Initial release date
1 August 2002
Disney Interactive Studios
Game Boy AdvanceNA: September 16, 2003PAL: October 10, 2003JP: April 10, 2004GameCubeJP: August 1, 2002NA: September 16, 2003PAL: October 17, 2003
GameCube, Game Boy Advance
Hudson Soft, Neverland, Jupiter Corporation
Electronic Arts, Hudson Soft, Tomy
Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
Disney Sports Skateboarding, Disney Sports Soccer, Blender Bros.
Disney s party 1 game board mode 2009 gameplay gamecube
Disney's Party, known in Japan as Disney no Magical Park (ディズニーのマジカルパーク, Dizunī no Majikaru Pāku) for GameCube and Mickey no Pocket Resort (ミッキーのポケットリゾート, Mikkī no Poketto Rizōto) for Game Boy Advance, is a 2003 party video game released by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo GameCube and by Jupiter for the Game Boy Advance. The game is much like the games of the Hudson Soft-produced Mario Party series, where players compete in mini-games to win the game.
Disney s party episode 3 mini game mode
The gameplay in this game is different from other games of its kind. In starting the game, there are only up to 4 different choices. The players then vote on these choices, the more votes a game receiving increasing the chance of the spinner landing on it. Whatever game the spinner lands on is then played. Similar to the popular Mario Party series, players play on a game board, which features an item shop stocked with items for use on the board's spaces. In order to win the game, players must advance and land on the flag where it says destination. Players then have to play another minigame to win the park. The player who wins the most parks then advances to a boss stage. Upon the boss' defeat, the player wins the game and the credits appear.
Disney's Party did not fare well with gaming critics, for example receiving a score of 3 out of 10 from Game Informer magazine.