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Nintendo's long-running party series debuts on Wii U with more than 70 mini-games, amiibo support, and the ability to control Bowser in Mario Party 10. As always, as many as four gamers can take control of iconic Nintendo characters to compete in mini-games and make their way around a variety of game boards, but the new Bowser Party mode lets a fifth gamer get in on the action. Players use the GamePad in a variety of ways to control Bowser and wreak havoc on other competitors as they try to advance around the game boards.
In addition to mini-games like Cheep Cheep Leap and Goomba Gotcha, gamers can take on bonus activities like Badminton Bash and Jewel Drop, or head into Toad's Room to snap photos, take on the Challenge List, or use Mario Party Points to unlock new items and vehicles. Mario Party 10 also offers the new amiibo Party mode, which lets gamers place their amiibo figurines on the GamePad, play on customized boards, and earn Tokens to gain a variety of in-game advantages.