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SynopsisEdit

Get supercharged! All your favourite kart-racing characters are back and ready to kick it into high gear! 20 brand-new tracks await on Game Boy Advance, loaded with classic power-ups and primed for the type of frenzied racing that only Mario Kart: Super Circuit can deliver. It’s time to burn rubber in the Grand Prix, challenge your pals, race your own ghost, clash in battle mode and feel the power in the palm of your hand!

In Other LanguagesEdit

Language Title Translation
Japanese マリオカートアドバンス Mario Kart Advance

Release DatesEdit

August 24, 2000 Unveiled
July 21, 2001 Original Japanese version
August 27, 2001 U.S. version
September 14, 2001 PAL version
November 13, 2014 Nintendo eShop (USA)
April 23, 2015 Nintendo eShop (Europe)
July 22, 2015 Nintendo eShop (Japan)

When the game was unveiled, Nintendo planned to include the Banana Bunch, Golden Mushroom and the Fake Item Box (all from Mario Kart 64), but all were scrapped from the final version.

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Nintendo eShop - Mario Kart Super Circuit on the Wii U Virtual Console00:49

Nintendo eShop - Mario Kart Super Circuit on the Wii U Virtual Console

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