Cheep Cheep Beach

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Cheep Cheep Beach
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Information
Appearance(s) Mario Kart DS
Mario Kart 8
Cup(s) it Appears in Mushroom Cup (MKDS)
Shell Cup (MK8)
Staff Ghost 1:43:654 by Ninten★しんご
Wi-Fi Available (DS)
Music
03 Cheep Cheep Beach.ogg
Course Map
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Cheep Cheep Beach is a course in the Mushroom Cup of Mario Kart DS. It is a tropical beach that resembles Cheep-Cheep Island from Mario Kart: Super Circuit.

Course layout[edit]

The course is very short; it starts out on a boardwalk and then it goes onto the sand. Players then turn under a rock, similar to that from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!'s Peach Beach. After being blasted from a booster, racers land on a beach with Crabs that cause to drivers to spin around if they make contact. After a turn racers encounter two Cheep Cheeps bouncing out of the water. A twisting jungle finishes off the course.

If racers run into dark blue water area, they will stop and get picked up by Lakitu and brought back to the course.

Missions[edit]

The missions 1-4 and 2-5 take place on this course.

The first is the 1-4 mission where the player have to use the star to hit 5 Cheep-Cheeps and 2-5 in the mission where the player needs to pick up 20 coins.

Official descriptions[edit]

  • European website: "Offering all-year-round sunshine and a never-ending supply of fresh fish, Cheep Cheep Beach is a great place to relax after a race. But make sure to lay your towel well away from the track, otherwise you'll find unsightly tyre marks spoiling your all-over tan."

Mario Kart 8[edit]

Shy Guy & Lakitu Driving on Cheep Cheep Beach

Cheep Cheep Beach will return in Mario Kart 8 as the third race in the Shell Cup. Much like in Cheep Cheep Lagoon from Mario Kart 7, the course now has a Cheep Cheep-shaped banner with the course name in it. Players will be able to drive underwater. Piantas are now seen at the starting line. The start of the course where the boardwalk merges into the sand has been replaced with a gliding pad - not to mention that the course itself has high tide.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プクプクビーチ
Puku Puku Bīchi
Cheep Cheep Beach
Spanish Playa Cheep Cheep Cheep Cheep Beach
French Plage Cheep Cheep Cheep Cheep Beach
German Cheep Cheep-Strand Cheep Cheep Beach
Italian Spiaggia Smack Cheep Cheep Beach
Korean 뽀꾸뽀꾸 비치
Ppokku-ppokku Bichi
Cheep Cheep Beach

Trivia[edit]

  • Beta versions reveal that it was originally going to be called Cheep Cheep Shore. Also, the course has grass in the beta version.