Best Mario Party 10 BoardsNow it's time for the third pair of mario party lists, the best boards and bosses in Mario Party 10. For now, it's boards. Personally I liked all the boards in the game so don't get mad if your favourite board is last, so with that being said, here's the list.
The Top Ten
My favourite board in Mario Party 10, is this one, Airship Central. Even before I played all the boards in the game, I had a feeling that I would like this board the most. While ironically the music is my least favourite board soundtrack, everything else about this board is just great for me personally.
For one the setting. Now I'm actually one of those guys that normally do not like cloud levels at all. In fact the cloud worlds for the New Super Mario Bros. are among my least favourites. And considering this board is based in Meringue Clouds, AKA World 7 from New Super Mario Bros. U, you'd expect me to place this one last. While the music, yes, the rest, no. This is the best board actually.
This is a cloud level done right. I mean how would you describe it? Well I'd say it actually stands out, from your basic grasslands board. One of the problems the New Super Mario Bros. cloud worlds suffer from is that they feel too similar to their World 1 counterparts. If you ...more
I love this board
This is a rare occurrence of me actually loving something ghost-related in Mario. I mean yeah I liked Boo's Horror Castle, and the ghost houses in Super Mario World, but other than that, ghost-related levels are my least favourite in mario games. This might be one of the best ghost-related things to Mario. In fact it's my second favourite board in the game, very close to being #1. The layout is awesome and the graphics look amazing here. I mean just looking at gameplay of this board makes my jaws drop.
I really like for one thing how you both travel vertically and horizontally, and it's balanced between the two. In boards like Chaos Castle there was both but too much horizontally, with Magma Mine, there was too much vertically despite having both, but here it's balanced and I love it personally. I really like how it gives me some vibes from the ghost parts of Soda Jungle in New Super Mario Bros. U, I like that. Basically the graphics and gameplay make this board so ...more - darthvadern
The basic first board. I like it certainly a lot actually. Despite being basic it's got a lot of interesting aspects and gimmicks that makes me like it a lot, yes even if it's not very high on the list but still it's awesome. While it's a plain grass board, the thing is that there's a whole amusement park that comes with the boring plain grassland. I mean it's huge! Everything here is sorta influenced by the amusement park. Except for the start with tiny Peach's Castle..., but let's ignore that. There's a Wiggler roller coaster, a swinging ship with Bowser's head, a bullet bill ride, a superstar ferris wheel, a blooper carousel, and so on. Now yes the first half mostly consists of trees and stuff and not so much rides, and the board does look kind of plastic and fake, especially with that grass texture but it's not a big deal. I mean the gameplay and layout it amazing.
This is the only board with only one soundtrack, and personally it's nice. It's very calm and a bit boring ...more - darthvadern
My personal least favourite. This is the Bowser board of the game and to be honest it feels a bit uninspiring. It's mainly just your basic castle board with lava. I wish they could've done something a bit more impressive than a basic lava castle but I'm ok with it, because even though it's last on here, I enjoyed this one nevertheless.
The only really boring part is the beginning. It gets a lot better as it goes on. For example there was this part where you travelled vertically, basically upwards on the board and I liked this a lot as it reminded me of Magma Mine, which is my favourite board in Mario Party 9. Then I think it was near the end, there was this part where Bowser stood at the end and after every turn he'd breath fire that would be sent towards you, and it's a bit complicated but basically there was like two layers of spaces. One lower and one upper. After say every fourth space you'd switch layer, and Bowser's flames would only be sent on the surface of the upper ...more - darthvadern
Water levels have a reputation of being rather slow and tedious in a lot of mario games. But the boards are not slow and tedious much though. Whimsical Waters, a water board happens to be a pretty great board overall in my opinion. Or dear I say, awesome board. This is my fourth favourite board in the game, just barely getting beaten Mushroom Park.
My favourite part is overall the layout. I like how the first half is so colourful and bright and it looks stunning, then about halfway through, you way like way deeper inot a much darker area. And there is looks stunning as well. I think know what this board could be based on, but I guess the underwater levels in New Super Mario Bros. U might be a decent candidate. Let's look though at the one flaw that puts this board relatively low on the list.
One of my biggest problems with this board are the constant dragoneel treasure events. You see, scattered around the boards are forced events where a character, depending on whose ...more - darthvadern