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Top 10 Best Tracks In Mario Kart Games
With this list, I'll engage in the difficult task of picking just 10 of the best, most memorable courses amongst the dozens that have filled out the Mario Kart lineup over the decades.
10. Ghost Valley (SNES)
Some of the most thrilling moments in Super Mario World were had in those eerie, atmospheric ghost houses that made up the mid-point of most worlds in that game. These unique, spooky stages have brought over to Super Mario Kart, proving to be similarly memorable, as well as tricky.
The first Ghost Valley nails it in terms of its balance of simplicity and toughness, with its rectangular layout punctuated by a couple of intense jumps and an enticing shortcut that can truly make or break you. You also have those hazardous disappearing walls on the sides to watch out for, elements that can really add some thrills in those high-traffic moments.
9. Tick Tock Clock (DS)
It really says something when one of the standout maps on the most recent version of MK is actually a transplant from an old Mario Kart DS track. One of the elements that make this handheld game so memorable - aside from its debut of online functionality - is its abundance of crazy and creative courses.
This is most exemplified by Tick-Tock Clock, a track that's brimming with Super Mario 64 nostalgia, transporting fans back to the mechanical madness that comprised that level many years earlier. As you'd imagine from a stage that takes place inside a large, elaborate clock, there's no shortage of sharp turns, along with rotating, swinging, and twisting objects to keep you on edge.
8. Sunshine Airport (Wii U)
There are plenty of courses that really showcase the graphical prowess of Mario Kart 8, and this gorgeous map, Sunshine Airport, shines through as the pinnacle. The track's vibrant outdoor environment is almost hypnotic, and its unique airport theme makes for a really fun and interesting aesthetic throughout.
The massive roaring planes, vast backdrops, and liberal use of boosts give it a truly epic feel that only the Wii U and Switch can provide when compared to other Nintendo hardware.
7. Bowser's Castle (N64)
A common, but nonetheless entertaining series of stages that make up the Mario Kart games are tracks themed after Bowser's castle. Out of all of these typically awesome stages, the most exciting and well-crafted rendition has to be the N64 track.
The stage portrays a rich atmosphere with its dark castle environment and ominous soundtrack which keeps you drawn in. This insane romp keeps you on your toes at just about all times, with its jarring stairs, bridges that give way to dangerous lava pits, and scurrying Thwomps that can stop you dead in your tracks. There are just so many crazy factors that can alter the entire dynamic of the race.
6. DK Mountain (GameCube)
While the GameCube and Wii renditions of Mario Kart didn't always have the most detailed or interesting stages, DK Mountain is certainly a standout that still proves fun today. You know you're in for a fun ride as soon as you blast your way through that massive barrel and glide your way towards that angry volcano.
From crazy sharp turns to rickety bridges and tumbling boulders, there are plenty of environmental hazards to maneuver through, keeping things exciting throughout.
5. Waluigi Pinball (DS)
Waluigi tends to be somewhat neglected as a character, which is a shame considering his amusing, goofy nature. Still, he does at least get to boast one of the best stages in the handheld iterations of Mario Kart. Making its debut for Mario Kart DS and getting spruced up for its sequel, Waluigi Pinball is both a visual marvel and an example of solid level design.
Not only are the colorful Vegas-esque themes fun to admire, but there's a plethora of elements to keep you on your toes when navigating this stage. From the trippy boosts to the gigantic bouncing pinball, there's plenty of thrills to be had when traversing this massive pinball machine.
4. Block Fort (N64)
Deservedly taking its place as the only Battle Mode stage on our list, Block Fort is designed in such a way to invoke some of the most thrilling, heart-pounding battle face-offs in Mario Kart history. The map contains 4 color-coded "zones," each with multiple levels, ramps, and bridges that can be navigated in order to gain a positional advantage.
At the bottom sits a sort of death pit, which typically gobbles up a myriad of player-induced hazards like bouncing green shells and fake item boxes. Playing 4-player battles here will have you and your friends on the edge of your seats as you scramble to bust out stars, red shells, and ghosts amongst this clutter of ramps and platforms.
3. Donut Plains (SNES)
This is one of those all-time iconic, reoccurring maps in Mario Kart games - and there's a reason for it. The original Donut Plains simply radiates charm and fun, even in its most simple form on the original Mario Kart for SNES.
This map manages to be both simple and deceptively tricky with its liberal use of sharp turns, its smattering of water, and the subtle shortcut that beckons drivers to go off-road for a bit. This track really sets the stage and shows what Mario Kart is all about with its cheery themes and plethora of elements like coins and items sprinkled about.
2. Wario Stadium (N64)
For whatever reason, the Star Cup GPs featured in most MK games tend to have some of the most fun and imaginative stages. This is certainly the case with MK64, whose 4 Star Cup tracks are all excellent in the own way. Though it's tough to beat this unique Wario-themed track, rife with all sorts of sharp turns and disorienting ramps and bumps.
Perhaps one of the most enduring aspects of this track, however, is its popular shortcut, which is located just at the start of the level. With the right speed, timing, and momentum, cheeky drivers can make a sharp left turn and leap right over the wall, jumping ahead several seconds - and angering their friends in the process. These elements combined make Wario Stadium a typically thrilling, competitive showdown in multiplayer.
1. Rainbow Road (N64)
It's tough to pick one particular iteration of this classic epic track which closes out Special Cup for each Mario Kart game. You've got that colorful retro charm of the SNES version, and the roller coaster-like drops of the N64 rendition.
Still, as a whole, it's hard not to deny the awesome nature of this track that concludes Mario Kart 7 on the 3DS. Almost everything about this is superb, from the classic soundtrack, to the awe-inspiring planetary aesthetic, to the many exciting twists, turns, and ramps. This track marks the highlight of an already memorable version of Mario Kart.
What is your list of the 10 best Mario Kart tracks? Let me know in the comments!
Top 10 Underrated Mario Kart Tracks
10. Peach Beach
Peach Beach is a racetrack that is themed around Princess Peach (obviously) and is featured in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart Wii. It was certainly one that was underrated by most people.
Rather than just making this game all about the aesthetics in order to fit the Princess vibe, Nintendo made this a very tricky course packed with challenges, most notably being the low/high-tide that would change from lap to lap.
The track ensures that you are focused at all times, with the shores being lined with Cataquacks, causing even more problems that need to be focused on throughout this fun course.
9. Rosalina's Ice World
This is perhaps a perfect example of an underrated racetrack not proving overly popular with fans, which is why Rosalina's Ice World has only ever been featured in Mario Kart 7 and hasn't been used since.
If you think about what a race track created by Elsa from Frozen might look like, you'll probably get something similar to what this track actually was, with the icy paths making this an unpredictable and tricky course to tackle.
One of the great pleasures of this track is bumping an opponent off the ice into the water below to gain an advantage, making this one of the best ice courses in the history of the game.
8. Hyrule Circuit
This course was part of Mario Kart 8's Triforce Cup section that also featured a course dedicated to Animal Crossing. It's really only a course that diehard Zelda fans will truly appreciate in all its glory.
The crossover between Mario Kart and Zelda was something nobody really expected, but was certainly fun, with the Hyrule Circuit being an excellent track with tons of detail placed into it.
Swapping coins for rupees and adding Deku Babas rather than Piranha Plants was a fantastic touch and it makes this one-off track something to be appreciated for its uniqueness.
7. Grumble Volcano
With lava everywhere, bouncing Fire Snakes, and the fact that the floor disappears, with more falling into the lava with each lap you complete, there is a lot going on during this track that really does take some dedicated skill.
Lava balls falling from the volcano will keep even the best Mario Kart gamer on the edge of their seats, but even though it is a tough course, it is certainly a fun one that does fly under the radar.
6. Toad's Factory
This is another example of a track that often gets underrated mainly because it is quite a tricky one for people, with the course demanding a lot of attention at all times, with tons of things happening all at once.
The conveyor belts alone can be a frustration to players, but the impact that they can have on a race is huge in either boosting a driver forward or slowing them right down. There are plenty of other factors in the way too.
Red smoke, the hydraulic press row, and the dreaded muddy tractor section all make this quite a complex track, but with so much going on it really is a whole lot of fun, especially with a group of friends.
5. Big Blue
This racecourse, in particular, was a very divisive one amongst many fans, with some people loving the anti-gravity elements, while others preferred a more realistic racing track to drive around on.
The F-Zero track is a whole lot of fun and offers something totally different from any others. While it was a major change to what has become the 'norm,' that doesn't make it a bad thing.
This has been seen as an underrated track because of the large amount of backlash that it gained from people, but this is a very fun course that deserves a little more love.
4. Wario Stadium
There have been several versions of race tracks based upon the villainous, Wario, but the best really was the N64 version, the original Wario Stadium.
The race track isn't overly complex or technical, instead, relying on simply hills and bumps, which are more than exciting enough with the mud physics added in, providing complications.
The N64 version also features a very missable long-jump, which catches many off-guard, and a shortcut, that was actually a glitch, allowing drivers to jump a wall near the starting line if they dared to risk it.
3. Moo Moo Meadows
For many people, this race track was far too short and a little repetitive, but this is a perfect example of a racetrack that is just good fun and doesn't take itself too seriously.
The main obstacle in Moo Moo Meadows is a set of cows that walk across the race track, and sometimes that really is all you need, with this course going back to basics it serves its purpose very well.
If you're looking for a very complex and difficult race track, then this isn't the one for you, but if you want a quick, fun race that will test your driving abilities then Moo Moo Meadows certainly works a charm.
2. Tick Tock Clock
Visually, Tick Tock Clock might be one of the most stunning and well thought out Mario Kart circuits of all time, and for the visual pictured above alone, this deserves to be thought of very highly.
The clock ticks away as the race ramps up, which only adds to the thrill and excitement of the entire situation, with all of the clock's moving parts providing either a speed boost or a loss of control, making this a very unpredictable track.
When it comes to tricky courses people often think about Bowsers Castle or Rainbow Road, but this wasn't an easy race track and it did get overshadowed, which is a shame.
1. DK's Jungle Parkway
Whether it is the Mario Kart 64 or the Mario Kart Wii version of the track, it doesn't really matter, DK's Jungle Parkway has always been hugely underrated, with the track not receiving the legendary status that it should do.
There is so much fun to be had on this race track, with a brilliant soundtrack and fantastic visuals to match, there are tons going on during these races, yet for some reason, the course has always been slightly overlooked.
Whilst DK's Jungle Parkway is appreciated by hardcore fans, this is never a course that casual fans would choose to go on again and again, unlike the more obvious choices, which is not how things should be.
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