Crazy Eight

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Crazy Eight
Crazy Eight in Mario Kart 8
Artwork of the Crazy Eight, frm Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
First appearance Mario Kart 8 (2014)
Latest appearance Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017)
Effect Grants the racer eight items to use in the race.
The Crazy Eight in action

The Crazy Eight, also written as Crazy 8,[1][2] is an item introduced in Mario Kart 8. Very much like its predecessor from Mario Kart 7, the Lucky Seven, the Crazy Eight gives the player eight items to use at once, circling around the vehicle where other racers can feel their effects if they run into one. The only functional difference between the Lucky Seven and Crazy Eight is that the Crazy Eight contains a coin item as well as the other items the Lucky Seven has. In Hyrule Circuit and Animal Crossing, the Coin in the Crazy Eight is replaced with a Rupee or a Bell respectively. The Crazy Eight does not appear in Battle Mode. It is named after the shedding-type card game, and its visual representation in item slots is the "8" from the game's logo, having a design based on the Möbius strip.

The Crazy Eight returns in the Nintendo Switch port of Mario Kart 8, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, where it keeps its original function, although the "8" now has a gradient pattern, with half turquoise and half magenta, like the game's logo, and it is also much less common. When Custom Items are turned on in VS or online mode, the items turned off are removed and replaced with duplicates of an item; if none of the eight available items for Crazy Eight are turned on, and Crazy Eight is turned on, the Mushroom is automatically turned on.

Items included[edit]


Mario Kart 8[edit]

  • Instruction manual: Eight items that orbit your vehicle. Press ZL Button to use the one closest to the front at that moment.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミラクル8
Mirakuru 8
Miracle 8
Chinese (Simplified) 奇迹之8
Qíjī Zhī 8
Miracle 8
Chinese (Traditional) 奇蹟之8
Qíjī Zhī 8
Miracle 8
Dutch Mega-8 Mega 8
French Grand 8 Great 8 (also means "roller coaster")
German Wunderacht Wonder Eight
Italian Otto matto Crazy Eight
Korean 미라클8
Mirakeul 8
Miracle 8
Portuguese Mega-8 Mega 8
Russian Безумная восьмерка
Bezumnaya vos'merka
Crazy Eight
Spanish Ocho loco Crazy Eight


  1. ^ Musa, Alexander. Mario Kart 8 PRIMA Official Game Guide. Page 13.
  2. ^ Play Nintendo (June 25, 2022). EPIC Mario Kart Takedowns Compilation 🙌💥 | @Play Nintendo. YouTube. Retrieved September 18, 2022. (Screen captureMedia:YT Play Nintendo 2022-06-25 Crazy 8.png.)