Mario Party Superstars Boards – Tips, List, and Unlockables

Our Mario Party Superstars boards page features complete images of all boards along with tips and strategies for every board and any unlockables.

Each of the five remastered Mario Party Superstars boards are listed below. Each board returns from a previous Mario Party, specifically the first three games in the series from the Nintendo 64. If you have tips for any of these Mario Party Superstars boards, whether it be a lesser known fact or a good strategy, feel free to share your idea in the submission form at the bottom of this page.

Unfortunately there are no unlockable boards in Mario Party Superstars. For minigame tips, click here. For other unlockables like achievement titles and stickers, click here.

Yoshi’s Tropical Island
  • If you have the money, spend as much money as possible on the Thwomps to trap others on an island until they use a warp.  ~ Froggy
  • Custom Dice Blocks are your best friends here. Even you need to loop the first island, they control the pacing of board entirely.  ~ Haruwolf
Space Land
  • If you already have a Triple Dice Block or a Skeleton Key and you reach the Item Shop, purchase the item you don’t have and you’ll be able to loop back to the item shop by using the Skeleton Key Door and visiting Boo.  ~ SuperZambezi
Peach’s Birthday Cake
  • Master computers will prioritize using their Cursed Dice Blocks on players closest to the star. Ranking doesn’t mean much to them!  ~ SuperZambezi
  • The Bowser pudding is not the end of the world. If you have over 40 coins, Bowser will charge you 20 coins for the cake but you’ll also go right back to the star. Keep going through the Bowser pudding (as long as you have luck) to keep getting stars!  ~ Thekillershadow98
  • Warp Blocks can be your best friend as they can be used to make it back to the star while also stalling your opponents from getting their next star. With only one item shop on this linear board, it may be in your best interest to get one while you can and use it when most of your opponents are approaching the star space. This way you’ll get a quick star and potentially another trip to the item shop.  ~ P-Merks
  • Controlling happening spaces can be more effective than going to star quickly. Buy the Custom Dice Block and try to land on every free happening space, even if you need to get a low number. Always aim to buy the star stealing Piranha Plant for 30 coins.  ~ Haruwolf
Woody Woods
  • Grab Custom Dice Blocks and use them to land on event spaces to switch the direction of the nearby mole junction. Do this if you need an upcoming mole junction to stay the same for the next turn!  ~ IcyBanana7/Froggy
  • I’ve seen that not everyone knows that you can react to the fruits that the trees drop on their happening spaces. Before you press start on the event, determine whether the coin fruit or the dice fruit would be more beneficial to you. Then after you press start, wait for the fruits to drop before choosing a direction so you can get the exact fruit you want.  ~ P-Merks
Horror Land
  • In a 20-30 turn game, don’t be afraid to go to King Boo to get free coins from everyone early on, you may need it in the late game to use him to steal stars!  ~ Froggy
  • The dice block walk count don’t consider Mr. I’s teleport, pay attention if the star is close to the teleport.  ~ Haruwolf
  • Hard and Master CPUs will never use Chomp Call if they have a chance to take the star, even if they are 10 blocks away.  ~ Haruwolf
  All boards:

  • You can actually make the difference between a normal space and a hidden block space, although you can’t know before rolling the dice. Listen to the sound that triggers when you land on a blue space. If you hear the red space sound that’s the hidden block.  ~ [Squidy]_™

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