For the last five months, Mario Party Superstars has been available on the Nintendo Switch. The game has only received one update since then, and that update’s focus was to solve a fault that caused the game to crash soon after it was published.
Nintendo, on the other hand, has opted to issue yet another update. The game should be at version 1.1.1 when you upgrade Mario Party Superstars. Bug fixes are the primary priority, as they were in the last release.
Version 1.1.1 update patch notes
- When examining minigame ranks in the Data House, the game could not continue further due to a bug.
- Changed a game feature where hitting the B button in the Village Square after joining players through the Friend House ends a session instantly. A notice will appear asking whether you want to terminate the session.
- When playing Ice-Rink Risk, Dizzy Dancing, Catch You Letter, or Cheep Cheep Chase, the minigame will not terminate. This has now been fixed.
- Fixed an issue in the Stick and Spin minigame where the movement of the game became slower as the high score increased and the game was forced to finish.
- Other bugs have been addressed in order to enhance the overall gaming experience.
About Mario Party Superstars
A legendary selection of Nintendo 64 games.
All superstars are invited! The Mario Party series returns with five famous boards from the Mario Party 64 games. Race to collect as many stars as possible (while sabotaging your opponents) on boards like the bright Space Land or the eerie Horror Land! Suspend a game and start up exactly where you left off to party at your own speed! In Mario Party, the tides may shift suddenly, so remain alert, partygoers. All modes are also playable online*!
In Mt. Minigames, you may play 100 iconic minigames from Nintendo 64 and Nintendo GameCube games, as well as others.
Try your hand at a star-studded assortment of minigames from the Mario Party franchise. There’s nothing quite like being the last one standing in Bumper Balls or the first team out of the darkness in Dungeon Duos, whether you’re saving cash for stars in board game mode or enjoying one of Mt. Minigames’ 7 modes. All minigames are controlled by buttons, so you may use the Joy-Con controller or a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller or a Nintendo Switch Lite system to play.