Choco Island 1

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Choco Island 1
SMK Choco Island 1 Lower-Screen Map.png
Appearance(s) Super Mario Kart (1992)
Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001)
Cup(s) it appears in Flower Cup (SMK)
Extra Flower Cup (MKSC)
Based on Chocolate Island
Super Mario Kart

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Course map
Super Mario Kart
SMK Choco Island 1 Overhead Map.png
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
MKSC SNES Choco Island 1 Map.png

Minimap as seen on the menu.Minimap as seen in the race.

SMK Choco Island 1 Screenshot.png
The course in Super Mario Kart.
MKSC Choco Island 1.png
The course in Mario Kart: Super Circuit.

Choco Island 1 is the first course of the Flower Cup in Super Mario Kart, reused as the second course of the Extra Flower Cup in Mario Kart: Super Circuit. Set on Chocolate Island, the course features patches of mud.

Choco Island 1 is a very short course and one lap typically takes not much more than 20 seconds to complete. Its hazards are Piranha Plants which will make the driver slide once contacted. Another obstacle is slippery mud, which makes it difficult to steer. There are also many small bumps in the road, causing karts to automatically hop somewhat, also increasing control difficulty. When driving off the regular road on the darker ground, the kart slows down extremely, unless a mushroom or a star is used. There is only one place where items can be obtained, just after the start.

The course reappears in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, and is the second track in the Extra Flower Cup. It uses the background from Sunset Wilds. The Piranha Plant hazards were removed from the track, but an item box can be found at the left side of the wide portion near the end.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese チョコレーとうコース1
Chokorē Tō Kōsu 1
Portmanteau between 「チョコレート」 chokorēto (chocolate) and 「島」 -tō (Island, as used in names); effectively "Chocolate Island Course 1"
Chinese 巧克力岛1[1](Simplified)
巧克力島1 (Traditional)
Qiǎokèlì Dǎo 1
Chocolate Island 1


  1. ^ From the unreleased iQue Mario Kart: Super Circuit