Mario Party Superstars: Number of players per game

Learn how many players can join Mario Party Superstars when playing offline and online.

Mario Party Superstars invites you and your pals to punch dice as you race to win minigames and claim stars across a selection of boards. If you’re wondering just how many friends will be able to join in the fun, we’ve got the details on the number of players in Mario Party Superstars for each of the game’s modes.

Mario Party Superstars: Number of players per game

Mario Party Superstars number of players
 
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Mario Party Superstars supports up to four players in its standard modes. That includes playing on the same system, via local connection, or when playing online. If you’re playing the standard multiplayer mode of board-based action, you can join together with three other friends (or randomly matched players online). Everyone will have a choice from the game’s cast of ten characters.

If you’re all playing on the same system, up to four players can join in the fun. If you’re playing via local connection or online multiplayer, up to three players can join from the same system, connecting to one other friend on another system. 

Mario Party Superstars how many players
 
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There is an exception to this number, however, and it only applies when it comes to Minigame mountain. If you head into this minigame-centric mode, you’ll find that the Daily Challenges section can only be attempted by one player on a system. You’ll need to head all the way back to the main menu and load in solo if you want to take part in these online competitions. Daily Challenges match you with other players online to compete over three minigames  to see who can earn the most stars.

That’s all that we can teach you about the number of players in Mario Party Superstars. If you’ve played a Mario Party game in the past, you’ll likely be used to this limit. The good news is that Mario Party Superstars is almost as much fun to watch as it is to play, making it a quality game for large group parties. If you want to learn more, we have the full list of minigames, and also can explain the game’s unlockables. Otherwise, get back in the game and enjoy it with your mates!

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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