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Mario Party Advance

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Title Screen

Mario Party Advance

Developers: Hudson Soft, Konami (Wii U VC Version)
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: January 13, 2005
Released in US: March 28, 2005
Released in EU: June 10, 2005

MinigameIcon.png This game has unused modes / minigames.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

To do:
regional differences, specifically the e-reader support in the Japanese version

Mario Party Advance bears very little resemblance to the console Mario Party games. There's very little multiplayer support, no real game boards, and the bulk of the game is a single-player game mode.

It didn't go over very well.

Dummy Icon

Nothing here.
This icon appears in both the mini-game and Gaddget icon set. It was likely used to mark minigames that weren't implemented.

Unused Pause Menu Text

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This text appears next to the standard pause menu graphics. The hiragana translates to "Please turn the power off".
This might have been used for a Sleep function, or a placeholder.

The kanji at the top-right appears to say "English", likely to note what text block it appears in, though obviously they didn't translate the text.

(Translation support: divingkataetheweirdo)

Unused Minigame Icons

Both of these icons are placed with the rest of the Gamble minigame icons.

Icon Notes
Pachinko purloined?! It seems to be a Pachinko game set against a verdant backdrop.
Bob-omb bungled?! It could have been for a "Bowser's Big Blast"-type game with Bob-ombs.

Other Icons

Unfortunately, all of these icons have been crossed off, so their graphics aren't fully intact anymore.

Icon Notes
The iron 'shroom! An icon for the "Toad Force V" Gaddget,

which is accessible in-game through unconventional means.

Mr. I missing?! An icon of Mr. I, perhaps you could have directed where it looked.
Dumbbell done wrong?! Looks like a dumbbell, so it likely did dumbbell things.
Plane plundered?! This one shows a machine with a meter of some kind,

or possibly some kind of roulette game.

Eye beams eradicated?! These eyes are either above some flames or they're projecting lasers.

Maybe an "X-Ray" Gaddget?

62...uh...the hell with this. This is just a temporary icon.