Mario Party 10 - Manual

Mario Party 10 - Manual
Important Information
Controllers and Sound
About amiibo
Online Features
Parental Controls
Getting Started
What's New?
Starting and Saving
How to Play
Bowser Party - Screen
Bowser Party - How to Play
Mario Party
amiibo Party - Using amiibo
amiibo Party - How to Play
Other Menus
Product Information
Copyright Information
Support Information
Important Information
Please read this manual carefully before using this
software. If the software is to be used by young
children, the manual should be read and
explained to them by an adult.
Health and Safety
Before use, please read the contents of the
Health and Safety Information application on
the Wii U Menu. It contains important information
that will help you enjoy this software.
Language Selection
The in-game language depends on the one that
is set on the console. This title supports eight
different languages: English, German, French,
Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and
You can change the in-game language by
changing the language setting of your console.
You can change the console language in
System Settings.
♦ In-game screenshots in this manual are of
the English version of the software.
♦ Where necessary to clarify which part of a
screenshot is being referred to, references to
on-screen text in these screenshots will
include the English text in [square brackets].
Age Rating Information
For age rating information for this and other
software, please consult the relevant website for
the age rating system in your region.
PEGI (Europe):
USK (Germany):
Classification Operations Branch (Australia):
OFLC (New Zealand):
Controllers and Sound
Supported Controllers
This software can be used with any of the
following controllers once they have been paired
with the console. See
for details.
Wii U
Wii Remote™
♦ To play multiplayer modes, each player needs a
separate controller.
♦ Only one Wii U GamePad can be used with this
software at a time.
♦ A Wii Remote Plus can be used instead of a Wii
♦ A sensor bar is required when using the Wii Remote/
Wii Remote Plus. For more information about sensor
bar placement, read the Wii U Operations Manual.
Pairing Controllers
Open the HOME Menu
and select "Controller
Settings" ⇒ "Pair".
Foll ow the on-screen
instructions to pair your
Surround Sound
This software supports Linear PCM surround
sound. To enable surround sound output, select
the TV option in the
System Settings
application, then set the TV Sound Output Type to
About amiibo
This software supports
. You can use
compatible amiibo™ accessories by touching them
to the NFC touchpoint () on the Wii U GamePad.
Your amiibo aren't just for show. You can use NFC
(near-field communication) to connect them to
compatible software and play with them in the
game. For details on compatible amiibo and other
information, visit:
♦ Each amiibo can only hold game data for one
software title at a time. In order to create new game
data on an amiibo that already has data saved on it
from another game, you must first delete the existing
game data. You can do this by going to Wii U Menu
System Settings ⇒ amiibo Settings.
♦ An amiibo can be read by multiple compatible
software titles.
♦ If the data on your amiibo becomes corrupted and
cannot be restored, go to Wii U Menu ⇒
Settings ⇒ amiibo Settings and reset the data.
Online Features
Connect to the internet to enjoy the following
・ Miiverse™
♦ For information about connecting your Wii U console
to the internet, refer to the Wii U Quick Start Guide.
Parental Controls
Parents and guardians can restrict certain features
of the Wii U console through
Parental Controls
on the Wii U Menu. The following features can be
Interaction in
Restricts the in-game abil ity to view
or post to Miiverse.
Restricts posting/viewing of photos
14 . The
taken in Photo Studio
Miiverse screen can also be
prevented from being displayed
before beginning a party.
Menu Controls
Wii U
Wii Remote
menu items
/Point at the
Select menu
/Touch the
Change menu
(when there
are multiple
menu pages)
(when there
are multiple
menu pages)
Party Controls
Wii Remote controls
In a party, players move around the board using
the Wii Remote held vertically.
Select a Dice
Block to roll
 left/right or point at a Dice
selection, roll
Dice Block
Change the
size and
speed of a
spinning Dice
Shake the Wii Remote (after
selecting a Dice Block)
View route
Access the
pause menu
GamePad controls
In Bowser Party
, the player controlling
Bowser uses the GamePad. And in amiibo Party
12 , players use the GamePad when using
♦ Bowser Party controls
Roll Dice
Quickly raise the GamePad
while holding down  and 
Access the
pause menu
Playing With amiibo
You can use amiibo when the icons shown in the
screenshots below are displayed.
Hold the base of an amiibo to the NFC touchpoint
() on the GamePad to access various in-game
Minigame Controls
In minigames, there are
various ways to use the Wii
Remote. Instructions are
shown in a video before the
start of each minigame.
♦ Some minigames require you to use the GamePad.
What's New?
In Mario Party games, players roll Dice Blocks to
advance through fun and engaging board games
while competing in minigames.
In this game, there are three kinds of party mode!
Bowser Party (1 to 5 players)
One player can play as
Bowser as he chases Team
Mario (up to four players)
around the game board,
wreaking havoc and trying to
prevent them from finishing the game. Team Mario
works together to overcome Bowser's sinister
minigames and reach the goal.
Mario Party (1 to 4 players)
Players ride a shared vehicle
and collect Mini Stars as
they advance through the
board. The player who has
the most Mini Stars at the
end of the game wins.
amiibo Party (1 to 4 players)
Use amiibo that are
compatible with this game to
play an amiibo Party! Players
move around the board,
collecting coins to purchase
Stars with. The player with the most Stars at the
end of the game wins.
Other Features
Use your amiibo to get an amiibo Bonus, play extra
games in Bonus Games, or visit Toad's Room to
access the Shop and enjoy taking photos in the
Photo Studio.
Starting and Saving
Make a selection from the
main menu. Select
see what you can do with
amiibo in the game.
♦ You can view this electronic manual by selecting
on the main menu or pause menu.
Starting a Bowser or Mario Party
Choose the number of players, the characters each
person will control, and the strength of the
computer-controlled characters (COM). In Mario
Party mode, you can also change the number of
players that join. After selecting a board, select
"Start Game" to start the party.
♦ You can change the game settings by selecting
on the board selection screen.
Board Selection
In addition to the normal game boards, you can
choose Free Play or Coin Challenge (only in Mario
Party mode).
Free Play
Choose minigames and battle it
Battle it out for the most coins
in the chosen minigames. ( You
can choose to play minigames
3, 5 or 7 times.)
Game Settings
You can set the assistance
level for each player, and
you can also select a vehicle
and a minigame set (a
specific selection of
minigames). The settings may vary depending on
the type of party you're playing.
Starting an amiibo Party
Use an amiibo compatible with this game on the
main menu to open up the amiibo Party option!
In amiibo Party, you use amiibo to choose
characters and set up the board.
Player and Character Settings
Once you've chosen the number of players, you
can add amiibo to the party using the GamePad.
As long as one player uses an amiibo to join, other
players can join without using an amiibo by
selecting one of the characters on screen. On this
screen, you can also select the COM players you
want to use and how strong they should be. Once
you're happy with your selection, select "Next".
Selecting a Board
Use your amiibo and their Board Tokens to make
changes to the board. Once you're happy with the
board, select "Start Game" to begin the party.
♦ Select
to adjust the game settings.
Board Sections
Each board is made up of four sections. Different events
occur depending on the board type selected.
Available Board Tokens
Choose "Select Tokens" and touch your amiibo to the
NFC touchpoint to see a list of all Board Tokens saved
on those amiibo. You can use these Tokens to change
the selected section of the board.
Saving Data
Game progress is automatical ly saved at various
times, such as when you finish a party.
♦ You can delete save data in Data Management in
System Settings ( ) on the Wii U Menu.
♦ The Tokens that an amiibo obtains during play
will be saved during the awards ceremony once
the party's finished.
Bowser Party - Screen
In Bowser Party, Bowser and Team Mario battle it
Team Mario
The Special Dice Blocks
held by the team and
the number of hearts
each player has will be
displayed. Hearts represent the amount of hit points
each player has. If a player loses all their hearts, they
get knocked out of the game.
Current player and team Dice Blocks
Aside from the normal Dice Block on the far left, the
team as a group can have up to three Special Dice
Bowser's anger level
Bowser's anger level may change depending on how the
other players progress through the stage. Watch out for
the "Bowser's angry!" warning. When you see that,
more Bowser-friendly minigames will appear.
Distance between Bowser and Team Mario
View Route
If you press  before rolling a Dice Block, you can
check the route that you will proceed along and
get a description of each space.
Space description
Distance from current space
Bowser Party - How to Play
Rules and Victory Conditions
The four players in Team Mario progress through a
board on the same vehicle, and Bowser chases
after them. Bowser wins if he knocks out all four
players before the vehicle reaches the goal, and
Team Mario wins if at least one player reaches the
goal and gets the Super Star.
Team Mario
Players on Team Mario take turns rolling Dice
Blocks and moving the vehicle the number of
spaces shown. When your turn comes, select a
Dice Block to roll. The Dice Block starts spinning
when you select it with . Press  again to roll
the Dice Block.
♦ After selecting a Dice Block, you can change its size
and the speed at which it spins by shaking the Wii
Dice Blocks
At first, you can only use normal Dice Blocks. You
can win other types of Special Dice Blocks by
progressing through the board, but they disappear
once you use them.
Normal Dice Block
Has numbers from 1 to 6.
1-2-3 Dice Block
Has numbers 1, 2 and 3.
4-5-6 Dice Block
Has numbers 4, 5 and 6.
1-2-3 Slow Dice Block
Has numbers from 1 to 3 and slowly
cycles through them.
Slow Dice Block
Has numbers from 1 to 6 and slowly
cycles through them.
Various events occur depending on the space your
vehicle stops on. Some events may occur simply
by passing over a space. You can see descriptions
of spaces on the View Route screen.
Once Team Mario has
stopped moving, Bowser
gets a turn. Bowser rolls
multiple Dice Blocks and
automatically advances in an
attempt to chase down the vehicle.
♦ No events occur when Bowser lands on a space but
stops short of catching Team Mario.
Bowser Minigames
When Bowser catches Team Mario, a Bowser
Minigame begins, pitting Team Mario against their
giant nemesis. When the Bowser Minigame ends,
each player on Team Mario loses hearts depending
on the results. Players who lose all of their hearts
are knocked out of the game.
Players Who are Knocked Out
Players who are knocked out fall out of the vehicle
and cannot roll Dice Blocks or advance through the
board with the rest of Team Mario. Instead, when
their turn comes, they can win a Special Dice Block
for the other players to use.
♦ Players who are knocked out can regain hearts if
their team members win some for them. Players
who have regained some hearts can rejoin their
teammates in the vehicle.
Mario Party
In Mario Party, everyone moves around the board
in the same vehicle.
Player information
The top row shows the Special Dice Blocks available to
the player, and the player's rank. The bottom row shows
the number of Mini Stars
the player has.
Current player and current player's Dice
Aside from the normal Dice Block on the far left, each
player can have up to two Special Dice Blocks.
Remaining locks on Bowser's cage
This is the number of remaining locks that are keeping
Bowser locked up. When this number reaches 0, Bowser
will escape!
Rules and Victory Conditions
Progress through the board while collecting Mini
Stars. The party ends after the players defeat the
final boss. The player with the most Mini Stars
Bonus Stars
Before the party ends, Bonus Stars will be
distributed. Players who fulfilled certain Bonus
Star conditions can receive 10 Mini Stars as a
Moving the Vehicle
The current player rolls a Dice Block and moves
the vehicle forward the number of spaces shown.
Special events may occur based on the spaces
players land on or pass through.
♦ Only the player who rolled the Dice Block will lose or
gain Mini Stars or Special Dice Blocks when landing
on or passing through a space. However, in some
situations, like in the home straight, these effects
may happen to all players.
About Dice Blocks
In Mario Party mode, in addition to normal Dice
Blocks, the following Special Dice Blocks can
Double Dice Block
You can roll two Dice Blocks.
1-2-3 Dice Block
Has only numbers 1, 2 or 3.
4-5-6 Dice Block
Has only numbers 4, 5 and 6.
0-1 Dice Block
Has only numbers 0 and 1.
Slow Dice Block
Numbers from 1 to 6 cycle slowly.
♦ When a zero shows up on a 0-1 Dice Block, the
player stays where they are without receiving the
effect from the space they're on.
About Minigames
When the vehicle stops on a Minigame Space (and
at various other times during a game), a minigame
will begin.
Players receive Mini Stars
depending on how well they
All players give up some Mini
Stars before the battle. The
Mini Stars are divided up
among the players depending
on how well they do during
the minigame.
2 vs 2
Players divide into teams of
two and battle it out. The team
that wins receives Mini Stars.
1 vs 2 or 3
One player battles against a
team made up of the other
players. The winning side
receives Mini Stars.
About Boss Battles
In Boss Battles, everyone battles against the boss.
Players get points when they successfully attack
the boss, and the results are determined by the
total points acquired. After the boss is defeated,
players receive Mini Stars based on the results.
Bowser's Escape
When players roll a Dice
Block, one of the locks on
Bowser's cage will be
removed if the number
shown on the Dice Block
matches the number of the lock. When all locks
have been removed, Bowser escapes his prison
cell and steals half of the Mini Stars of the player
who removed the last lock. He also spreads
Bowser Spaces around the board.
♦ On one board, you'll find an imprisoned Toad. Help
him out!
amiibo Party - Using amiibo
On the main menu, touch an amiibo to the NFC
touchpoint to open up amiibo Party for more fun
game options.
♦ Compatible amiibo
・ Mario
・ Luigi
・ Peach
・ Toad
・ Yoshi
・ Wario
・ Rosalina
・ Donkey Kong
・ Bowser
♦ When using an amiibo for the first time, you'll register
an owner name and nickname in amiibo Settings.
When using amiibo...
・ Your counter will change to look like the amiibo.
・ You can change the base of the counter.
・ You can equip Tokens. When you've equipped a
Token, you can use it during a party to get that
particular effect.
・ You can change the entire board to your amiibo
character board or use Board Tokens to change
each individual section of the board.
Saving items to amiibo
In amiibo Party, you can save Tokens and bases to
your amiibo.
♦ You can play using an amiibo with game data from
another game saved to it, but you will not be able to
save any items you collect. If you want to save the
items, you should delete the game data.
amiibo Party - How to Play
In amiibo Party, each player moves their own game
Player information
Players can check their current rank and the number of
and coins
they have. Players' Special Dice
Blocks are displayed above and to the right of the
character icons.
Current player and current player's Dice
Aside from the normal Dice Block on the far left, each
player can have up to two Special Dice Blocks.
A single round usually consists of players taking turns
to roll and move. From the second round onwards, the
players take part in a minigame at the start of the round.
The players continue play in this fashion.
Rules and Victory Conditions
Progress through the board while collecting coins
which can be exchanged for Stars. After 10
rounds, the party ends. The player with the most
Stars wins. If multiple players have the same
number of Stars, the player with the most coins will
be the winner.
Move Game Pieces
The current player rolls a Dice Block and moves
their counter forward the number of spaces shown.
Special events may occur based on the spaces
players land on or pass through.
Special Dice Blocks
In amiibo Party, in addition to normal Dice Block,
the following Special Dice Blocks can appear:
Double Dice Block
You can roll two Dice Blocks.
1-2-3 Dice Block
Has only numbers 1, 2 or 3.
4-5-6 Dice Block
Has only numbers 4, 5 and 6.
Slow Dice Block
Numbers from 1 to 6 cycle slowly.
Reverse Dice Block
Move backwards the number of spaces
shown on the Dice Block.
About Stars
Players who reach a Star Space can trade 20
coins to get a Star. Once someone gets that Star,
a new Star appears on a different space. A home
straight event occurs from the eighth round
onwards allowing players to trade 40 coins for two
Stars at once on Star Spaces.
When someone gets a Star,
a Token will appear
somewhere on the board
(and will disappear after a
while). The player who can
get to the Token can keep it and save it to their
Using a Token
Players with amiibo can use the Token they chose
at the start of the party just once. But if they get
another Token during the party, they can use that
once too!
About Minigames
From the second round onwards, there will be a
minigame at the start of each round.
♦ The rules of minigames played in amiibo Party are the
same as in Mario Party mode.
♦ If you use the Bowser amiibo, Bowser minigames will
take place.
♦ Only one player can join using a Bowser amiibo.
Other Menus
Bonus Games
(1-4 players)
Face off against another player
in a singles match, or team up
for a two-on-two doubles
Jewel Drop
(1-2 players)
Aim for a high score in a solo
game, or go head-to-head
against another player.
Bowser Jr.
(1 player)
Face off against Bowser Jr. in
some special minigames.
(1-8 players)
Battle it out in an 8-way
minigame elimination
tournament. The character left
standing at the end is the
♦ Although 8 players can join,
only four players will be
playing a minigame at any
one time.
(1 player)
Use the GamePad to play as
Bowser, and try to knock out
members of Team Mario. Play
10 minigames, and collect as
many hearts as you can.
Toad's Room
By playing parties or fulfilling
various conditions, players
can complete Mario Party
Challenges and obtain Mario
Party Points. With Mario
Party Points, players can get various kinds of
bonus items in the shop.
Mario Party Challenge List
Fulfil various conditions while playing the game to
complete the Mario Party Challenges. Here you
can check the completion status of Mario Party
Challenges, the completion conditions, and the
Mario Party Points that each challenge is worth.
Photo Studio
You can select characters and backgrounds and
take photos of them. (Additional characters and
backgrounds are available in the Shop. You can
12 ) You can save
also use compatible amiibo.
and view the photos you've taken in the album
and share them with other players by posting them
to Miiverse. By selecting "Album" ⇒ "View
Miiverse Photos", you can see photos that other
players have posted to Miiverse.
♦ For information about Miiverse, see the Miiverse
section of the Wii U electronic manual. Access the
Wii U electronic manual from the Wii U Menu by
pressing  to open the HOME Menu, and then select
♦ You must connect to the internet and set up Miiverse
before you can use these online features.
Listen to music from the game.
See a list of people who made this game.
Miiverse Setting
Adjust the Miiverse setting.
amiibo Bonus
Each amiibo can get an amiibo Bonus once a day.
♦ Touch a compatible amiibo
to the NFC
touchpoint to get a base.
♦ If you use any other amiibo, you can win Mario Party
Points in the Scratch Bonus challenge.
Copyright Information
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The use of an unauthorised device or software
that enables technical modification of the Wii U
console or software may render this game
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For use with the European/Australian version of
the Wii U console only.
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