Mario Kart is a video game by Nintendo, which was first published in 1992. Different versions for the consoles SNES, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS and 3DS, Wii and Wii U sowie as well as the Nintendo Switch were available.
|Super Mario Kart||1992||SNES|
|Mario Kart 64||1996||Nintendo 64|
|Mario Kart: Super Circuit||2001||Gambe Boy Advance|
|Mario Kart: Double Dash!!||2003||GameCube|
|Mario Kart DS||2005||Nintendo DS|
|Mario Kart Wii||2008||Nintendo Wii|
|Mario Kart 7||2011||Nintendo 3DS|
|Mario Kart 8||2014|
|Nintendo Wii U|
Every player chooses out of a variety of drivers and vehicles. The characters are classified in 3 categories: light, medium and heavy. Each weight-class has access to different carts and bikes. The vehicles differ in their attributes, such as acceleration, handling, top speed, drifting etc. In Grand Prix-mode one or more players compete in a tournament against drivers controlled by the game. In the Time Trials it’s one player against the clock who tries to set up a new best time. In the VS Race multiple players compete in a single race against each other. The Battle-mode represents a classic survival mode.
The Rainbow Boulevard
Widely regarded as the toughest course by many players is the Rainbow Boulevard. In the embedded video a race on this course is shown.
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