Solo mode is a 1-player mode in Wii Party.


The object of the game is to get to the rocket ship. Beginner difficulty has five stages, Intermediate has ten stages, and for Expert, there are 50 stages. Each stage has a 4-player, 1 vs 3 or 1 vs 1 minigame. In the easier modes, the player gets to choose mini-games from different paths. Expert mode has just one huge straight path. The player starts with three lives, and they get an extra life (1UP) on every 1 vs 3 minigame. To pass a stage, the player must win a 1 vs 3 and 1 vs 1 minigame or come in 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in a 4 player minigame (If a player draws in any mini game or ties in last place, they still move on). If the player loses any minigame (either placing 4th in a 4 player minigame or losing a 1 vs 3 or 1 vs 1 minigame), they must go back a stage. When the player goes back a stage, they also lose a life. Losing all the lives ends the game.


  • Winning any minigame or 1st place in a 4-player minigame: 10 points
  • Losing any minigame or 4th place in a 4-player minigame: No points and -1 heart (Losing all the hearts results in Game Over)
  • Draw in a 4-player or 1 VS 1 : No points, but it still counts as passing
  • 2nd place in a 4-player minigame: 5 points
  • 3rd place in a 4-player minigame: 1 point

After the player reaches the rocket, they gets 10 points per heart remaining.

Order of minigames


  1. 4 player
  2. 4 player
  3. 1 VS 3
  4. 4 player
  5. 1 VS 1



  1. 4 Player


Modes in Wii Party
Party Games: Board Game Island - Globe Trot - Swap Meet - Spin-Off - Bingo

Pair Games: Friend Connection - Balance Boat - Match-Up

House Party: Animal Tracker - Hide 'n' Hunt - Time Bomb - Word Bomb - Buddy Quiz

Minigames: Free Play - Battle - Solo - Challenge - Spot the Sneak

Others: Suggestions - Rankings



  • Expert Solo is considered the most rigorous challenge, since players may lose hearts as the stages become increasingly harder.