Battle Course 4 (SNES)

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This article is about the fourth battle course in Super Mario Kart. For information about other uses of the name "Battle Course", see Battle Course.
Battle Course 4
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The course in Super Mario Kart.
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The course in Mario Kart Wii.
Information
Appearance(s) Super Mario Kart (1992)
Mario Kart Wii (2008)
Cup(s) it Appears in Battle Mode
Wi-Fi No longer available (Wii)
Music
SNES
SMK-Music-Battle.ogg
Wii
MKW-SNES-BattleCourse4.ogg
Course Map
SNES Map

BC4SNES.png
GBA Map (Unused)
GBABC4SNES.png

GBABattlecourse4SNES.png
Wii Map
WiiBC4SNES.png

Battle Course 4 is the last battle course of Super Mario Kart. It is a square-shaped course that uses the uses the Mario Circuit tileset, with walls and sand in the middle. Battle Course 1 of Mario Kart: Super Circuit resembles this track, but is smaller.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The course returns as a Retro Battle Course in Mario Kart Wii. If players are close enough to a wall, they can throw a shell over that wall without it hitting the wall. The player can also throw bananas and Bob-ombs over the walls. This is also true for GBA Battle Course 3.

Tournaments[edit]

Luigi competes in the SNES Battle Course 4 tournament.

A tournament took place on the Wii version of the track, where players had to collect a total of 50 coins. Various hazards did appear, such as oil slicks. It was the first tournament of March 2009, and it was later repeated as the first tournament of March 2011, the second of June 2012 and the first tournament of September of 2013.

Official descriptions[edit]

  • Mario Kart Wii European website: "If you lose track of the competition in this classic SNES battle stage, take a look at the colour-coded map for a helping hand!"

Mario Kart: Super Circuit[edit]

Although they didn't appear in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, tilemaps and minimaps exist for all four of the Battle Courses from Super Mario Kart. These could have been used as placeholders before the new ones were completed, or it may have been possible to unlock these courses like the tracks at one point. Unlike all other tracks and battle courses in the game, which are stored in chunks, these are each stored in one piece, as in Super Mario Kart.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バトルコース4
Batoru Kōsu 4
Battle Course 4
Spanish Circuito de Batalla 4 Battle Circuit 4
French (NOA) Circuit de Bataille 4 Battle Circuit 4
French (NOE) Arène Bataille 4 Battle Arena 4
German Kampfkurs 4 Battle Course 4
Italian Percorso di guerra 4 War Course 4
Korean 배틀 코스4
Baeteul Koseu 4
Battle Course 4