For detailed information about this series, see: Mario Party at Super Mario Wiki
20 games have been released, and are:
- Mario Party (December 18, 1998), Nintendo 64.
- Mario Party 2 (December 17, 1999), Nintendo 64. Re-released in 2010 for Wii Virtual Console and in 2016 for Wii U Virtual Console.
- Mario Party 3 (December 7, 2000), Nintendo 64.
- Mario Party 4 (October 21, 2002), GameCube.
- Mario Party-e (February 7, 2003), Game Boy Advance e-Reader.
- Mario Party 5 (November 10, 2003), GameCube.
- Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party (September 2004), Arcade.
- Mario Party 6 (November 18, 2004), GameCube.
- Mario Party Advance (January 13, 2005), Game Boy Advance. Re-released in 2014 for Wii U Virtual Console.
- Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party 2 (October 2005), Arcade.
- Mario Party 7 (November 7, 2005), GameCube.
- Mario Party 8 (May 29, 2007), Wii.
- Mario Party DS (November 8, 2007), Nintendo DS.
- Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher (October 2009), Arcade.
- Mario Party Whirling Carnival, Arcade.
- Mario Party 9 (March 2, 2012), Wii.
- Mario Party: Island Tour (November 22, 2013), Nintendo 3DS. Re-released in 2016 for Wii U Virtual Console.
- Mario Party 10 (2015), Wii U.
- Mario Party: Star Rush (October 7, 2016), Nintendo 3DS.
- Mario Party: The Top 100 (November 10, 2017), Nintendo 3DS. Collecting minigames from the entire Mario Party series.
Additionally a board game based on the Slot Card Derby minigame from the first two Mario Party was released in 1999.
Links to other series
Mascot link: Miis appear in Mario Party 8.
|Donkey Kong||December 18, 1998||Characters and places from the Donkey Kong series are featured in all Mario Party games.||1
|Paper Mario||August 11, 2000||Luigi's Diary in Paper Mario features a reference to the Mario Party series; also the Mario Party 3 minigame "Messy Memory" might be based on Paper Mario.||1
|Super Mario||December 07, 2000||The Tick Tock Hop minigame in Mario Party 3 features the Tick Tock Clock from Super Mario 64, additionally, the Face Lift minigame in Mario Party 2 is based on Mario's face from Super Mario 64, the "Pixel Perfect" minigame in Mario Party 6 features sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3, and the minigames "Pix Fix" and "Bumper Sparks" from Mario Party 9 feature additional references to the Super Mario series.||1
|Luigi's Mansion||October 21, 2002||Professor E. Gadd. is referenced in Mario Party 4, has a minigame in 5 and his own board in 6; he also appears in Mario Party Advance and is referenced in Mario Party 7.||1
|Mary Poppins||November 10, 2003||Mario Party 5 features a minigame called "Merry Poppings".||3
|Mario Bros.||November 18, 2004||The "Pixel Perfect" minigame in Mario Party 6 features sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3, while the minigames "Pix Fix" and "Bumper Sparks" from Mario Party 9 feature additional references to the Mario Bros. series.||2
|Dr. Mario||January 13, 2005||The Mario Party Advance minigame "Koopa Krunch" is based on Dr. Mario.||3
|Mario Kart||November 07, 2005||The Mario Party 7 minigames "Pogo-a-Go-Go" and "Funderwall!" feature Mushroom City from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! in the background, while the dinosaur from the Double Dash!! track Dino Dino Jungle makes an appearance in Mario Party 8.||1
|Zelda||November 07, 2005||Mario Party 7 features a reference to The Legend of Zelda.||3
|Kirby||May 29, 2007||Mario Party 8 features a possible reference to the Kirby series.||3
|Super Smash Bros.||January 31, 2008||Super Smash Bros. Brawl features a trophy of Ballyhoo & Big Top from Mario Party 8 and the game is also referenced in Blooper's trophy; there also are 18 stickers from the Mario Party series.||2|