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This GBA conversion brings together elements of both Super Mario Kart (the original SNES classic) and the N64 sequel, Mario Kart 64.

  • Much like the SNES title, you can collect coins lying on the tracks to boost the speed of your kart.

  • All of the characters from MK64 are included (Mario, Luigi, Toad, Donkey Kong, Bowser, Wario, Peach, and Yoshi)

  • No Kart game is complete without a multiplayer mode. In this case, four can play classic and battle modes using either one cartridge and four GBA's or four cartridges and four GBA's for the full list of characters to choose from.

  • Weapons include the classic green and red shells and the purple spiked shell.

  • 20 new tracks, using elements from both past titles.


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    Mario Kart: Super Circuit Screenshot Using the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable, four players can race against each other or fight it out in Battle Mode.
    Mario Kart: Super Circuit Screenshot Early screenshot of Boo Lake. Note the character body proportions.
    Mario Kart: Super Circuit Screenshot Notice abundant foliage and firing effects that are absent from final version.
    Mario Kart: Super Circuit Render

    Alternate Titles

    • "Mario Kart Advance" -- Japanese title
    • "マリオカートアドバンス" -- Japanese spelling

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    1001 Video Games

    The Game Boy Advance version of Mario Kart: Super Circuit appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.


    • GameSpy
      • 2001 – Game Boy Advance Racing Game of the Year
      • 2004 – Game Boy Advance Game of the Year
      • 2004 – Game Boy Advance Sports Game of the Year

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