Mario Party is a party spin-off series of the Mario franchise, developed by Hudson, then NdCube, and published by Nintendo. The series stars Mario and his friends where they partake in an assortment of minigames to obtain coins and stars. As of June 2021, the Mario Party series has sold over 60.10 million copies worldwide.
|1999||N64||Mario Party 2||2.48|||
|2000||N64||Mario Party 3||1.91|||
|2002||GCN||Mario Party 4||2.46|||
|2003||GCN||Mario Party 5||2.17|||
|2004||GCN||Mario Party 6||1.63|||
|2005||GBA||Mario Party Advance||0.98*|||
|GCN||Mario Party 7||2.08|||
|2007||Wii||Mario Party 8||8.85|||
|NDS||Mario Party DS||9.31|||
|2012||Wii||Mario Party 9||3.11|||
|2013||3DS||Mario Party: Island Tour||2.90|||
|2015||Wii U||Mario Party 10||2.26|||
|2016||3DS||Mario Party: Star Rush||0.87*|||
|2017||3DS||Mario Party: The Top 100||0.67*|||
|2018||Switch||Super Mario Party||15.72|||
|2021||Switch||Mario Party Superstars|
- * include VGChartz numbers
- By December 2014. the Mario Party series has sold over 39.6 million.
- Mario Party 2 is the sixth best selling N64 game in Japan.
- Mario Party 3 is the tenth best selling N64 game in Japan.
- Mario Party 4 is the seventh best selling GCN game of all time.
- It is also the second best selling GCN game in Japan.
- Mario Party 5 and Mario Party 6 are the sixth and ninth best selling GCN game in Japan respectfully.
- Mario Party 8 is the tenth best selling Wii game in Japan.
- Mario Party 10 is the tenth best selling Wii U game of all time.
- Super Mario Party is the best selling Mario party game and is the seventh best selling Switch game of all time.
- It is also the ninth best selling Switch game in Japan.
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See also: Best selling games · Best selling games worldwide · Highest grossing franchises