Big Cheep Cheeps, originally known as both Boss Basses and Big Berthas and later as Mega Cheep-Cheeps, are large Cheep Cheeps that appear throughout the Mario franchise. Originally, they were depicted as large-mouthed and sometimes carnivorous, though these traits were later given to a separate enemy, Cheep Chomp, which took a design similar to the original starting with Super Mario 64 DS, and even uses the original English name in Yoshi's Island DS. Most later appearances simply show them acting exactly like normal Cheep Cheeps, generally passive underwater ones. Normal Cheep Cheeps are given a similar "eating" behavior in some early Mario Party games and the Game & Watch Gallery 2 iteration of Parachute.
Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen!
A giant Cheep-cheep ramming into the ship
In Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen!, two abnormally-large Cheep-cheeps appear when Mario and Kibidango search for the star underwater. The first one chases after the pair mistake an angler fish for the star. It takes the appearance of a giant flat fish that puffs itself up until it explodes into many smaller versions of itself that rapidly bounce around the screen, hitting Mario six times. The second one also chases after Mario and Kibidango manage to retrieve the star from a clam, this time not as a flat fish. Mario and Kibidango swim away to a sunken ship. The Cheep-cheep rams the ship five times, causing it to also burst into smaller versions of itself, which do not hit Mario this time. This forces the sail down, making the ship begin to rise.
Super Mario series
Super Mario Bros. 3
In Super Mario Bros. 3, Boss Bass and Big Bertha act as the "giant" counterpart to the jumping and swimming Cheep Cheeps, respectively. Despite gaining different names in localization, they are the same enemy.
The aggressive Boss Bass (also known as Big Bass) quickly swims along the water's surface in Worlds 3-3 and 3-8, trying to leap out and eat Mario if he gets too close. It defeats Mario instantly in one gulp regardless of his form. In both of the stages it appears in, the water level rises and sinks, making Mario an easy target. Throwing blocks, shells, hammers, and fireballs at the Boss Bass can defeat it, as well as tail attacks and using a Starman, but it eventually comes back. However, in Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, if the player has turned on the e-Reader card that makes enemies hit by fireballs turn into coins, and the player successfully hits the Boss Bass with a fireball and collects the coin, the Boss Bass does not return for the rest of the level.
The passive Big Bertha (also known as Mega Cheep Cheep) is found swimming back and forth underwater in Worlds 3-5, 4-1, 6-9, and 7-4, carrying Baby Cheeps in their mouth, and occasionally letting them out. After a few seconds, the parent gets its baby back in its mouth, though occasionally, the Big Bertha may not retrieve its baby.
New Super Mario Bros.
In New Super Mario Bros., Mega Cheep-Cheeps are about 3 1/3 times larger than normal Cheep-Cheeps. Along with Mega Deep-Cheeps, they are the largest Cheep-Cheeps in the game, even larger than the boss Cheepskipper. They will not target Mario or Luigi, but instead will follow a path oblivious to them, just like normal Cheep-Cheeps. Mega Cheep-Cheeps are colored red and are similar to Big Berthas. Each one is usually followed by about three Cheep-Cheeps. Mega Cheep-Cheeps are only used as a large counterpart to swimming Cheep-Cheeps; the larger counterpart for the jumping Cheep-Cheeps is instead Spike Bass, which has the additional trait of being unsafe to jump on. However, panorama artwork in the game's manual depicts a jumping Mega Cheep-Cheep, using the same artwork as normal-sized Cheep-Cheeps.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, their size has been reduced greatly, now only being around 1.5x as large as the average Cheep Cheep.
New Super Mario Bros. 2
Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in New Super Mario Bros. 2, now closer to their size in New Super Mario Bros., being about 2.75 times as big as normal Cheep Cheeps. They are now slightly smaller than Cheep Chomps.
New Super Mario Bros. U / New Super Luigi U / New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
In New Super Mario Bros. U, its size is reduced again, to the same size it has in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
Super Mario Maker series
Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in Super Mario Maker, Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS, and Super Mario Maker 2. The player can enlarge a normal Cheep Cheep with a Super Mushroom, turning it into a Big Cheep Cheep.
The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
Boss Basses make appearances in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, where they usually chase after Mario and his friends. It first appears in "Reptiles in the Rose Garden" chasing fish.
Nintendo Comics System
Bertha, a character influenced by the Big Bertha species, plays a prominent role in two Nintendo Comics System stories. In her first appearance, Love Flounders, she falls in love with Frog Mario after being tricked by Stanley the Talking Fish. She eventually realizes Stanley was lying, but is consoled by Mario, who states he wants to be friends with Bertha, not lovers. Bertha later reappears in Fins and Roses, this time dating Stanley. She foils Wendy O. Koopa's plans by knocking the Koopa's bomb back at her.
Mario Teaches Typing
In the second mode of Mario Teaches Typing, Underwater World, the game repeatedly loops footage of Mario, Luigi or Princess Toadstool swimming away from either a Boss Bass or a Blooper. Their appearance is slightly different: their fins are cyan, they have several sharp teeth rather than a single blunt tooth, and have round pupils with eyebrows instead of squinting pupils.
Mario Kart series
Mario Kart 64
In Mario Kart 64, a giant-sized Cheep Cheep appears in Banshee Boardwalk, though it is not an obstacle. The Cheep Cheep is spawned when the player is at a certain point on the track; idling in this spot will cause it to jump nonstop until the player moves again. Mario Kart DS replaces it with a bright red Bubba.
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
In Mario Kart: Super Circuit, giant Cheep-Cheeps resembling their appearance in Yoshi's Story appear in the background of Cheep-Cheep Island, where they swim around and occasionally leap. They are extremely large, appearing to be about the size of a small house.
Mario Kart Tour
In Mario Kart Tour, Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in GBA Cheep-Cheep Island, which debuted in the 2021 Summer Tour. They have the same role as before, but now have their modern design.
- “He lurks in the depths, waiting to have you for lunch.”
- —Message Block in Jungle Puddle, Yoshi's Story
In Yoshi's Story, two variations of large Cheep Cheep appear in Jungle Puddle, though they are misnamed as "big Blurps" in localizations presumably due to the extremely similar-looking Japanese names. They both attempt to eat Yoshis, and can do so even if they are Super Happy. When they eat a Yoshi, they seemingly gain health, as a ♥ appears above them.
Red Blurps (also known as Red and Orange Fish or Orange Fish) act extremely similar to Boss Bass in Super Mario Bros. 3, though due to the higher power of the system they are larger and have a much higher range of direction and movement, constantly watching their prey from the water while they swim in place and leaping in a very tall and wide arc. They additionally swim after and try to eat any Yoshi that falls into the water. Compared to Super Mario Bros. 3, however, they are much slower, taking long breaks between jumps and moving slowly through the air.
Blue Blurps (also known as Blue Fish), on the other hand, constantly stay in the river. However, they spray water above the waterline similar to Spray Fish, but done in large bursts instead of a continuous thin stream, and like the Red Blurp, can aim their attacks in various directions. Also like Red Blurps, they will pursue any Yoshi that falls in the river.
In Mario Golf, either a Bubba or a Red Blurp will jump out of the water if the ball lands in it. They are much smaller in this game. Blurp is also the theme of Mario's Star Hole 4.
Mario Party series
Mario Party 5
Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in the Mario Party 5 minigame Fish Upon a Star, destroying several blocks of land on contact, while temporally stunning players who risk falling off in the process. They have the same appearance as their regular counterparts from Mario Party 4.
Mario Party 7
Big Cheep Cheeps appear in Mario Party 7, appearing in the Duel minigames Fish & Cheeps and Bridge Work, where they knock players into the water if they are not careful.
Mario Party 8
Mega Cheep-Cheeps also make a minor appearance in Mario Party 8. In the minigame Rowed to Victory, the losing team of boaters will be chased by a Mega Cheep-Cheep and a few Cheep Cheeps.
Mario Party DS
Mega Cheep-Cheeps make a minor appearance in Mario Party DS in the minigame Cheep Chump, where they can suck players into a whirlpool with their mouths. If a player is caught in their whirlpool, they are eliminated from the game.
Mario Party 10
Big Cheep Cheeps appear again in Mario Party 10, appearing only in the minigame Cheep Cheep Leap. Any Big Cheep Cheep that gets hit grants two points.
Super Mario Party
Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in Super Mario Party, appearing in River Survival if the player takes the Cheep Cheep Swarms path. They jump out of the water just like their smaller counterparts, but are bigger and harder to avoid.
Mario Party Superstars
Big Cheep Cheeps reappear in Mario Party Superstars, appearing in the Mario Party 3 minigame Cheep Cheep Chase.
Paper Mario series
Super Paper Mario
In Super Paper Mario, Boss Basses do not appear but are given two passing mentions in the English script. In The Underwhere, a Shayde tells another one of three stories about how he lost a life. The second story involves him falling into the sea from a pipe, but instead of drowning, he can apparently swim as well as a Cheep Cheep. However, a Boss Bass thought that since he swam like a fish, he was one himself, and the huge fish ate him. In the Japanese version, a shark is mentioned instead. The other mention of a Boss Bass is via the 77th Sammer Guy Ripper Van Fish, who mentions counting Boss Basses to sleep if spoken to after defeat.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
A Big Cheep Cheep appears as a mini-boss in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, marking its Paper Mario series debut. It is encountered in Surfshine Harbor after Mario sets sail. The Big Cheep Cheep blocks Mario's access to Worlds 4, 5, and 6 as long as it remains undefeated. Comments made by various characters imply that this particular Cheep Cheep is a very rare sight especially given its size. Big Cheep Cheep's body appears to be made with a Chinese lantern.
In battle, the Big Cheep Cheep starts out beached on the pier. All it can do during this time is slam into Mario. After the Big Cheep Cheep takes enough damage, it hops into the water and regain all its HP. From the ocean, the Big Cheep Cheep can spray a powerful jet of water that may inflict the Soggy status and automatically avoids any attacks from Mario. The only way to be able to attack the Big Cheep Cheep is by using the Fishhook on it since the rest of his stickers can't reach. Doing this beaches the mini-boss once again, causing it to fly into a rage. The Big Cheep Cheep will only be able to slam into Mario after it gets fished out of the water. Each turn, the Big Cheep Cheep grows in size, increasing its attack power. If the Big Cheep Cheep grows large enough, it explodes, dealing 99 damage (30 if using the Spike Helmet) to Mario. If it does deal 99 damage, it is an instant Game Over. Once it has been defeated, Mario can safely access the other three worlds.
Using the Fishhook
on the Big Cheep Cheep.
Alternatively, using sharp stickers like a Spike Helmet or Thumbtack when the Big Cheep Cheep attacks during the second phase will instantly defeat it. However, it will also damage Mario for 30 HP.
If a player attempts to use any type of Infinijump before the Big Cheep Cheep hops into the ocean, its HP does not decrease lower than 20 HP and instead, the player receives Coins for every hit dealt to the Big Cheep Cheep after its health reaches this point.
The Big Cheep Cheep is one of two mini-bosses in the game that can be damaged with a First Strike. The other is the Big Chain Chomp from Chomp Ruins.
Paper Mario: The Origami King
In Paper Mario: The Origami King, Mario can fish a Big Cheep Cheep out of the water in all three fishing spots. However, the Big Cheep Cheep in Shogun Studios may be revealed to be a disguised Ninji after being caught, although Mario will be given 100 coins if this happens. The biggest Cheep Cheep that can be fished is from Full Moon Island, and catching it as well as catching the biggest Blooper will reward Mario with the Fish Finder trophy. Unlike Sticker Star, its overworld sprite now has the paper outline from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Mega Cheep-Cheeps appear in the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games as obstacles in Dream Long Jump. They come down from above, hitting players if they are not careful.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures
Large-sized Cheep Cheeps also appear in The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures, alongside the normal size. They reside in Lake Hylia, the Desert of Doubt, and Frozen Hyrule. They charge at Link and cause critical damage to the hero.
Boss Bass in prototype Super Mario World
The big Flopsy Fish in prototype Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
Graphic tiles found in prototype revisions of Super Mario World include sprites for Boss Bass, but it is not included in the final game in any way. They lack the squinting eyes and prominent tooth, and as such look almost exactly like normal Cheep Cheeps aside from size, with their eyes being shared with prototypical revisions of Porcupuffer. As such, they look essentially the same as later appearances of the enemy, particularly in Yoshi's Story. Additionally, sprites found in prototype revisions of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island include sprites for large Flopsy Fish, but it is similarly not included in the final game in any way.
Profiles and statistics
Mega Cheep Cheep
Tribe: Aqua clan
Game appearances: 3
Downing Mario in one gulp
A giant Cheep Cheep that will eat Mario in one gulp. The only way to defeat it is to hit it with a fire attack or a turtle shell. You cannot step on it even when it is on the surface of the water.
- Shogakukan guide: しつこく追いかけてきて、パクリとひと飲み。こいつはヤバイ！ (They will chase you persistently, trying to gobble you in one gulp. These guys are dangerous!)
- Nintendo 64 Spieleberater (blue variant): Der große Kiemenheini versucht mich immer vollzuspucken und damit ins Wasser zu befördern. Absolut uncool! (The big gill-maniac always tries to spray me down and get me into the water with it. Absolutely uncool!)
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Sprites and models
Names in other languages
|Giant Cheep Cheep (Super Mario Bros. 3, Mario Party Superstars)|
Cheep Cheep (Yoshi's Story, general name and source file name)
Red Cheep (Yoshi's Story, Red Blurp)
Blue Cheep (Yoshi's Story, Blue Blurp)
Big Cheep Cheep (New Super Mario Bros.)
Huge Cheep Cheep (New Super Mario Bros. Wii-onwards)
Jùxíng Pàopao Guài
|Giant Cheep Cheep
Dà Pàopao Yú
|Big Cheep Cheep
||Giant Cheep Cheep
||Big Cheep Cheep
|Boss Bass (Super Mario Bros. 3)|
Blurp (Yoshi's Story)
Big Slurp; a pun on "Blurp" (Yoshi's Story, blue variety)
Big Cheep Cheep
Giant Cheep Cheep
||Pesce Smack gigante
||Big Cheep Cheep
||Cheep Cheep gigante
||Giant Cheep Cheep
Gran Cheep Cheep
|Big Bertha (Super Mario Bros. 3)|
Blurp (Yoshi's Story)
Big Cheep Cheep
- ^ Specifically, it is referred to as おおきな プクプク (Ōkina Pukupuku, meaning "Big Cheep Cheep"), though due to the space, "ōkina" does not seem to be part of the name itself.
Red Blurp on Mario's Castle, the Italian Mario wiki
Blue Blurp on Mario's Castle
Boss Bass on Mariowiki.net, the German Mario wiki
Big Bertha on Mariowiki.net
Mega Cheep-Cheep/Big Cheep Cheep on Mariowiki.net
Big Cheep Cheep from Paper Mario: Sticker Star on Mariowiki.net
- ^ "Even if Mario is Super, Boss Bass, the terror of the high seas, can swallow him whole." - Nintendo Power Volume 13, page 8.
- ^ "This giant fish is a mouth breeder, so it spits babies out of its mouth at Mario." - Nintendo Power Volume 13, page 9.
- ^ Loe, Casey. New Super Mario Bros. Player's Guide. Page 12.
- ^ 「水面を移動し、ジャンプして襲いかかってくる。水中にいることもある。」 (Moving along the water surface, it jumps to attack. It also exists underwater.) - Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, Super Mario Bros. 3 section, page 36.
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- ^ Red Cheep and Blue Cheep, Video of Yoshi's Story.
- ^ Leung, Jason, Terry Munson, and Scott Pelland. Yoshi's Story Player's Guide. Page 11.
- ^ Yoshi's Story official website (Wayback Archive). Retrieved April 22, 2015.
- ^ "FISH These are the smaller and less aggressive relatives of the giant Red and Orange Fish that stalk you in Course 4-2. You can eat them for one petal of relief and to refurbish your egg supply while underwater." - Prima Bath. Nintendo 64 Game Secrets, 1999 Edition Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 112.
- ^ "Fish These are the smaller and less aggressive relatives of the giant Red and Orange Fish that stalk you in Course 4-2. You can eat them for one petal of relief and to refurbish your egg supply while underwater." - Prima Bath. Ultimate Nintendo 64 Pocket Power Guide, 1999 Edition Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 80.
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- ^ Leung, Jason, Terry Munson, and Scott Pelland. Yoshi's Story Player's Guide. Page 10.
- ^ a b Cheep Cheep Chase page on the official Japanese Mario Party Superstars website
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- ^ 「任天堂公式ガイドブック ヨッシーストーリー」 (Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook – Yoshi's Story), page 6.
- ^ a b Nintendo 64 Yoshi's Story Spieleberater, page 19.
- ^ Scan of 「スーパーマリオブラザーズ3完全攻略テクニックブック1」 (Super Mario Bros. 3 Kanzen Kōryaku Technique Book 1)
- ^ Scan of 「スーパーマリオブラザーズ3完全攻略テクニックブック4」 (Super Mario Bros. 3 Kanzen Kōryaku Technique Book 4)
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- ^ Yoshi's Story, Jungle Puddle Message Block header (set to Japanese)
- ^ a b Kazuki, Motoyama. Kodansha vol. 41 - Super Mario 64: Yoshi's Story part 1. Page 7.
- ^ Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, New Super Mario Bros. section, page 114.
- ^ Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, pages 145 and 195.
- ^ Yoshi's Story Blurp source code name: pukupuku
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||Super Glider • Parachute • Parafoil • Paper Glider • Droplet Glider • BBIA Parafoil • Minion Paper Glider • Piston Glider • Piranha Plant Parafoil
||Peach Parasol • Flower Glider • Oilpaper Umbrella • Lightning Oilpaper • Pink Flower Glider • 8-Bit Jumping Mario • ? Block • Plaid Ribbon • Eggshell Glider • 8-Bit Jumping Luigi • Mushroom Glider • Bob-omb Parafoil • Shell Parachute • Wario Wing • Waluigi Wing • BaNaNa Parafoil • Blue Flower Glider
||Gold Glider • Fare Flier • Purple Oilpaper Umbrella • Full Flight • Strawberry Crêpe • Le Tricolore • Starchute • Royal Parachute • Glitter Glider • Soaring Jack • Gift Glider • New Year's 2020 • New Year's Kite • Fireworks Parachute • Crimson Crane • Blizzard Parasol • Blizzard Balloons • Sweetheart Glider • Heart Balloons • Luma Parafoil • Rainbow Starchute • Bright Glider • Safety Glider • Daisy Glider • Pink Gold Paper Glider • Butterfly Sunset • Chocolate Donut • Gold Crane • Chocolate Banana Crêpe • Strawberry Donut • Silver Bells • Silver-and-Gold Hearts • Manta Glider • Treasure Map • Butterfly Wings • Great Sail • Festival Wings • 8-Bit Star • Super Mario Kart Glider • Star-Spangled Glider • Spider Glider • Sunset Balloons • Silver Starchute • Jolly Bells • Butterfly Prism • Planet Glider • New Year's 2021 • Gold New Year's Kite • Toe-Bean Balloons • Calico Parafoil • Black Great Sail • Silver Manta Glider • Rose Parasol • Snow Crystals • 8-Bit Fire Flower • Surf Master • Starry Great Sail • Black Toe-Bean Balloons • 8-Bit Bullet Bill • Glinting Glider • Flying Easel • Sunny Surf Master • Polka-Dot Manta Glider • Home-Field Glider • Gold Home-Field Glider • Springtime Crane • Yukata Ribbon • Silver Surf Master • Ship's Wheel • Tanooki Parafoil • Gold Tanooki Parafoil • Magic Parasol • 8-Bit Super Mushroom • Meteor Balloons • Pink Gold Meteors • Galaxy Glider • Candlelight Flight • Gold Penguin Wingtip • Aurora Balloons • New Year's 2022 • Black Cat Parafoil • Cat Parafoil • Gold Toe-Bean Balloons • Glittering Parasol • Luigi Parafoil • Sky-High Flyer • Record Setter • Mario's Mustache • Luigi's Mustache • Origami Glider • Sakura Origami Glider • Gold Eggshell Glider • Green Sprout • Magniflying Glass • Flybrary Book • Pink Magniflying Glass • Cream Toe-Bean Balloons • Green Cat Parafoil • Candlelight Flight Cake • Pretzel Glider • Tulip Corsage • Red and Gold Umbrella • 8-Bit 1-Up Mushroom • Tropical Balloons • Fire Manta Glider • Mint & Berry Balloons • Vanilla & Chocolate Balloons • Icy Mario's Mustache • Flying Flappers • Silver Luigi's Mustache • Mario's Hat Balloon • Luigi's Hat Balloon • Gold Cloud Balloons • White Waves Origami Glider • Chocolate Pretzel • Para-Panini • Silver Candlelight Flight • Autumn Leaves • Calico Toe-Bean Balloons • Swooper • Bullet Bill Parachute • Cloud Glider • Rainy Balloons • Wicked Wings • Gold Swooper • Banana Wingtip • Tropical Glider • Dragon Wings • Blooper Wingtip • Nabbit Oilpaper Umbrella • Cheep Cheep Masks • Dry Bowser Umbrella • Penguin Wingtip • Bright Balloons • Ninja Scroll • Dream Glider • Vampire Wings • Golden Wings • Wario's Mustache • Waluigi's Mustache • Wonderful Wings • Wicked Topaz • Piranha Plant Balloons • Secret Scroll • Lava Rocks • Black Starchute • Boo Masks • Baby Mario Hanafuda • Yoshi's Egg Hanafuda • Peach Hanafuda • Barrel Hanafuda • Blooper Hanafuda • Cape Mario Hanafuda • Bullet Bill Hanafuda • Boo Hanafuda • Piranha Plant Hanafuda • Goomba Hanafuda • Jumping Mario Hanafuda • Bowser Hanafuda
||Blue Standard • Cyber Slick • Gold Tires • Metal • Monster • Mushroom • Off-Road • Red Monster • Retro Off-Road • Roller • Slick • Slim • Sponge • Standard • Wood
||New York Minute (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T, 4, 4R, 4T, 4R/T) (tour appearances) • Tokyo Blur (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T, 4, 4R, 4T, 4R/T) (tour appearances) • Paris Promenade (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T) (tour appearances) • London Loop (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T) (tour appearances) • Vancouver Velocity (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T) (tour appearances) • Los Angeles Laps (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T) (tour appearances) • Berlin Byways (R, T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T) (tour appearances) • Sydney Sprint (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T) (tour appearances) • Singapore Speedway (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T) (tour appearances) • Amsterdam Drift (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T, 3, 3R, 3T, 3R/T) (tour appearances) • Bangkok Rush (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Merry Mountain (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Ninja Hideaway (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Sky-High Sundae (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||RMX Mario Circuit 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • RMX Choco Island 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • RMX Rainbow Road 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • RMX Rainbow Road 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • RMX Choco Island 2 (R, T) (tour appearances) • RMX Vanilla Lake 1 (R, T) (tour appearances) • RMX Ghost Valley 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • RMX Bowser's Castle 1 (R, T) (tour appearances) • RMX Donut Plains 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Mario Circuit 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Donut Plains 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Ghost Valley 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Mario Circuit 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Choco Island 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Ghost Valley 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Donut Plains 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Mario Circuit 3 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Choco Island 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Vanilla Lake 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Donut Plains 3 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Koopa Troopa Beach 2 (R, T) (tour appearances) • Vanilla Lake 2 (R, T) • (tour appearances) • Rainbow Road (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Luigi Raceway (R, T) (tour appearances) • Koopa Troopa Beach (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Kalimari Desert (R, T, R/T, 2, 2R, 2T, 2R/T) (tour appearances) • Frappe Snowland (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Choco Mountain (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Royal Raceway (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Yoshi Valley (R, T) (tour appearances)
||Riverside Park (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Bowser's Castle 1 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Boo Lake (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Bowser's Castle 2 (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Sky Garden (R, T) (tour appearances) • Cheep-Cheep Island (R, T) (tour appearances) • Sunset Wilds (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Bowser's Castle 3 (R, T) (tour appearances)
||Baby Park (R, T) (tour appearances) • Daisy Cruiser (R, T) (tour appearances) • Yoshi Circuit (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • DK Mountain (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Dino Dino Jungle (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Luigi's Mansion (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Waluigi Pinball (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • DK Pass (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Airship Fortress (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Peach Gardens (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Mushroom Gorge (R, T) (tour appearances) • Coconut Mall (R, T) (tour appearances) • DK Summit (R, T) (tour appearances) • Koopa Cape (R,T) (tour appearances) • Maple Treeway (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||Toad Circuit (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Daisy Hills (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Cheep Cheep Lagoon (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Shy Guy Bazaar (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Mario Circuit (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Rock Rock Mountain (R, T) (tour appearances) • Piranha Plant Slide (R,T) (tour appearances) • Wario Shipyard (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Neo Bowser City (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Rosalina's Ice World (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Bowser's Castle (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances) • Rainbow Road (R, T, R/T) (tour appearances)
||New York Minute B (tour appearances)
||GBA Battle Course 1 (tour appearances) • GCN Cookie Land (tour appearances) • DS Twilight House (tour appearances)
||Ready, Set, Rocket Start • Time Trial • Ring Race • Do Jump Boosts • Big Reverse Race • Goomba Takedown • Glider Challenge • Steer Clear of Obstacles • Break Item Boxes • Smash Small Dry Bones • Vs. Mega • Combo Attack • Take them out quick! • Snap a Photo • Precision Gliding
||Baby Daisy Cup • Baby Luigi Cup • Baby Mario Cup • Baby Peach Cup • Baby Rosalina Cup • Birdo Cup • Bowser Cup • Bowser Jr. Cup • Cat Peach Cup • Chargin' Chuck Cup • Daisy Cup • Diddy Kong Cup • Dixie Kong Cup • Donkey Kong Cup • Dry Bones Cup • Dry Bowser Cup • Fire Bro Cup • Funky Kong Cup • Hammer Bro Cup • Ice Bro Cup • Ice Mario Cup • Iggy Cup • Kamek Cup • King Boo Cup • Koopa Troopa Cup • Lakitu Cup • Larry Cup • Lemmy Cup • Ludwig Cup • Luigi Cup • Mario Cup • Metal Mario Cup • Mii Cup • Monty Mole Cup • Morton Cup • Nabbit Cup • Pauline Cup • Peach Cup • Peachette Cup • Pink Gold Peach Cup • Rosalina Cup • Roy Cup • Shy Guy Cup • Toad Cup • Toadette Cup • Waluigi Cup • Wario Cup • Wendy Cup • Yoshi Cup
||New York • Tokyo • Halloween • Paris • Winter • London • Holiday
||New Year's • Ice • Valentine's • Vancouver • Mario Bros. • Baby Rosalina • Hammer Bro • Yoshi • Trick • Flower • Jungle • Cooking • Peach • Marine • Exploration • Wild West • Pirate • Summer Festival • Super Mario Kart • Los Angeles • 1st Anniversary • Halloween • Sunset • Mario vs. Luigi • Winter • Rosalina • New Year's 2021
||Berlin • Cat • Peach vs. Daisy • Snow • Mario • Yoshi • Ninja • Sydney (April–May) • Bowser vs. DK • Trick • Wedding • Paris • Summer • Los Angeles • Mario vs. Peach • Frost • Kamek • Sydney (September) • 2nd Anniversary • Autumn • Halloween • Toad vs. Toadette • Space • Holiday • Penguin • New Year's 2022
||Singapore • Wario vs. Waluigi • Los Angeles • Sky • Mii • Samurai • Yoshi • Amsterdam • Doctor • Peach vs. Bowser (May) • Cat • Metropolitan • Bangkok • Piranha Plant • Ocean • Sundae • Bowser • Mario vs. Luigi • Anniversary • Battle • Halloween • Autumn • Animal • Peach vs. Bowser (November–December)
||Banana • Green Shell • Red Shell • Spiny Shell • Bob-omb • Mushroom • Mega Mushroom • Bullet Bill • Blooper • Lightning • Super Horn • Coin • Star • Feather*
||Triple Bananas • Giant Banana • Triple Green Shells • Bowser's Shell • Double Bob-ombs • Triple Mushrooms • Fire Flower • Boomerang Flower • Ice Flower • Heart • Yoshi's Egg • Birdo's Egg • Bubble • Banana Barrels • Mushroom Cannon • Bob-omb Cannon • Lucky Seven • Dash Ring • Coin Box • Hammer • Giga Bob-omb • Super Bell • Super Leaf • Capsule
||Coin • Coin Rush ticket • Event token* • Grand Star • Item ticket • Level-boost ticket • Point-boost ticket • Points-cap ticket* • Ruby • Star ticket • Team token* • Quick ticket
||Banzai Bill • Barrel • Barrel Bomb • Big egg • Blimp • Boo • Boo Buddies • Burner • Cannon • Car • Chain Chomp • Cheep Cheep • Clampy • Crate • Dash Panel • Dash panel ramp truck • Exploring Shy Guy • Festive tree • Flipper • Floaty • Flying Shy Guy • Glide Ramp • Goat • Goomba • Goomba Tower • Half-pipe • Hot-air balloon • Inky Piranha Plant • Jack-o'-lantern • Jar • Jump Boost field • Kadomatsu • Lava Bubble • Lava Geyser • Leaf pile • Maw-Ray • Metal ball • Mud • Noshi • Oil slick • Painting • Penguin • Pipe • Piranha Plant • Puddle • Ramp • Rocky Wrench • Rolling rock • Shy Guy Tent • Sidestepper • Skating Shy Guy • Snow block • Snowball • Snowboarding Shy Guy • Snowperson • Star Ring • Star Thwomp • Swoop • Table • Thwomp • Traffic cone • Train • Truck • Walking Tree • Water Geyser • Wiggler • Whomp • Wooden cutout
||Drift • Hop • Jump Boost • Mini-Turbo • Rocket Start • Slipstream
|Notable landmarks, sightings, and areas
||New York Minute
||New York • Manhattan • Broadway • 30 Rockefeller Plaza • 200 Park Avenue • 383 Madison Avenue • 1501 Broadway • 1540 Broadway • Carnegie Hall Tower • Central Park • Chrysler Building • Empire State Building • Metropolitan Museum of Art • New York Marriott Marquis • New York Times Tower • Times Square • St. Patrick's Cathedral • Statue of Liberty • Rockefeller Center
||Tokyo • Daikanransha • Ginza • Asahi Beer Hall • Fuji TV Headquarters • Kaminarimon • Miraikan • Mount Fuji • National Diet Building • Rainbow Bridge • Sensō-ji • Saint Luke's Tower • Tokyo Big Sight • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building • Tokyo Skytree • Tokyo Tower • Wako
||Paris • Arc de Triomphe • Cathedral of Notre Dame • Eiffel Tower • Gardens of the Trocadéro • La Madeleine • Montmartre • Opéra Garnier • Luxor Obelisk • Paris Observatory • Saint Augustin Church • Seine River
||London • Westminister • Admiralty Arch • Buckingham Palace • Bush House • Charing Cross • Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) • The Gherkin • Leadenhall Market • London City Hall • London Eye • Nelson's Column • Palace of Westminister • River Thames • The Shard • St. James's Park • Tower Bridge • Tower of London • Trafalgar Square • St Paul's Cathedral • Victoria Memorial • The Walkie Talkie • Westminister Bridge • Waterloo Bridge
||Vancouver • 2010 Winter Olympics cauldron • BC Place • Burrard Inlet • Capilano Suspension Bridge • Lions Gate Bridge • Rogers Arena • Science World • Stanley Park • Vancouver Convention Centre • Vancouver Public Library
|Los Angeles Laps
||Los Angeles • Santa Monica • Beverly Hills • Inglewood • 777 Tower • Beverly Hills City Hall • Capitol Records Building • Dodger Stadium • Inglewood Oil Field • Los Angeles City Hall • Los Angeles Convention Center • Muscle Beach • Rodeo Drive Walk of Style • Santa Monica Pier • Tongva Park • Venice Beach • Westin Bonaventure Hotel
||Berlin • Berlin Cathedral • Berlin Central Station • Berlin Palace • Berlin Television Tower • Berlin Victory Column • Berlin Wall • Berlin Zoo • Bode Museum • Brandenburg Gate • Charlottenburg Palace • East Side Gallery • Gendarmenmarkt • Haus der Kulturen der Welt • Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church • Mercedes-Benz Arena • Molecule Man • Neptune Fountain • New Synagogue • Oberbaum Bridge • Paul-Löbe-Haus • Reichstag • Rotes Rathaus • Schiller Monument • Sony Center • Spree River • St. Mary's Church • Tempodrom • Tiergarten
||Sydney • Port Jackson • Barangaroo Reserve • Bennelong Apartments • Circular Quay • Government House • International Towers Sydney • Luna Park • Museum of Contemporary Art • Sydney Customs House • Sydney Government House • Sydney Harbour Bridge • Sydney Observatory • Sydney Opera House • Sydney Tower • Uluru
||Singapore • Chinatown • ArtScience Museum • Esplanade Theatres • The Float @ Marina Bay • The Fullerton Hotel Singapore • Gardens by the Bay • Helix Bridge • Marina Bay Financial Centre • Marina Bay Sands • Merlion Park • One Marina Boulevard • The Sail @ Marina Bay • Singapore Flyer
||Amsterdam • Zaanse Schans • Amsterdam Centraal Station • Amsterdam University of the Arts • Basilica of Saint Nicholas • Bloemenmarkt • Canals of Amsterdam • De Gooyer • Hotel Die Port van Cleve • IJtunnel • Magere Brug • Magna Plaza • Montelbaanstoren • Munttoren • National Maritime Museum • Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal • National Monument • NEMO Science Museum • North Sea Canal • Rembrandt House Museum • Rijksmuseum • Royal Concert Hall • Royal Palace of Amsterdam • Royal Theater Carré • The Singel • Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam • Van Gogh Museum • Waag • Westerkerk
||Bangkok • Asiatique Sky • BTS Skytrain • Chao Phraya River • Democracy Monument • Giant Swing • Grand Palace • King Power Mahanakhon • MBK Center • Siam Paragon • State Tower • Wat Arun • Wat Phra Kaew • Wat Saket • Wat Saman Rattanaram • Wat Suthat
||Boo Woods (DS Luigi's Mansion) • Bowser's Castle (3DS Bowser's Castle) • Daisy Cruiser (GCN Daisy Cruiser) • Luigi's Mansion (DS Luigi's Mansion) • Peach's Castle (3DS Mario Circuit, N64 Royal Raceway)
|Favored and favorite courses
||New • Remix • Super Mario Kart (SNES) • Mario Kart 64 (N64) • Mario Kart: Super Circuit (GBA) • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GCN) • Mario Kart DS (DS) • Mario Kart Wii (Wii) • Mario Kart 7 (3DS) • Battle
||Badges • Barrel Cannon • Challenge cards • Coin Rush • Emblem • Experience Point • In-game statistics • Finish Line • Frenzy • Gallery (Artwork · Badges · Course icons · Screenshots · Sprites and models) • Item probability distributions • Media • Pipe • Pre-release and unused content • Race points system • Special pipe • Special skill • Sponsors • Starting Grid • Trick animations • Underwater driving • Update history
|* In version 2.1.0 or later