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Lifts (also known as elevators) are objects that appear throughout the Mario franchise. They are simply platforms that go up or down, in order to transport a game character or object to different heights. Some move by themselves, while others are controlled by the player. Lifts in the Yoshi franchise have a distinct zigzag pattern and are called Flatbed Ferries.
Donkey Kong franchise
In Donkey Kong, two sets of lifts appear in 75m: one set going up, the other set going down. Lifts appear to work via a chain-like mechanism. When an elevator reaches the end of its path, it disappears, and a new one appears at the beginning of the path, as opposed to a single elevator going up and down.
Donkey Kong (Game Boy)
Lifts also appeared in the Game Boy version of Donkey Kong. In some levels, levers can be pulled to make them change direction.
Donkey Kong Country
In Donkey Kong Country, many elevators are in the latter half of Elevator Antics. They either move up or down from a steel pole. The elevator lifts appear to be filled with coal.
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, lifts consist of wooden planks. Some are activated when Dixie Kong or Kiddy Kong ride them, and some are activated automatically. They are found primarily in mills, but also appear in Fire-Ball Frenzy and Rocket Rush. Additionally, a single horizontally moving lift appears during the first boss fight with Baron K. Roolenstein. In the Game Boy Advance version, they also appear in Dingy Drain-Pipe.
Super Mario series
Super Mario Bros. / Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
Lifts are common in some levels of Super Mario Bros. Vertical Lifts first appear in World 1-2, where they continuously move upwards or downwards with new ones being dispensed from the bottom or top. World 1-3 introduces a version of this lift that remains onscreen and simply moves up and down, as well as Horizontal Lifts that move back and forth. World 3-3 introduces Flimsy Lifts, which are stationary lifts that move downwards if Mario or Luigi stands on them, as well as Balance Lifts. Balance Lifts consist of two platforms attached to a pulley, where if Mario/Luigi stands on one of them, that lift is weighed down, while the other is hoisted upwards. However, if Mario/Luigi stands on said lift too long, and the lift he is on moves too far down due to his weight, then both lifts will break off the pulley and fall into the void below, causing Mario/Luigi to score 1,000 points, oddly enough. The lifts are solid, meaning Mario and Luigi cannot land on top by jumping through them. Their original visual appearance in Super Mario Bros. is likely derived from the appearance of the platforms that make up 100m in Donkey Kong, while, in Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, they are made of mushrooms. However, in the Super Mario All-Stars version, both games feature them in their normal form.
Super Mario Bros. 3 / Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
In Super Mario Bros. 3, lifts are made of wood, much like Hard Blocks in the game. Two new varieties are introduced: Rail Lifts, which travel along a track, first appearing in World 1-6, and moving Flimsy Lifts, which fall all the way to the bottom of the screen as soon as Mario or Luigi lands on one, first appearing in World 1-4. In Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario Bros.-styled metallic lifts of various types are found in the World-e levels Wild Ride in the Sky, Caped Escape, Koopaling Confusion, Classic World 1-2, Classic World 1-3 and Classic World 1-4, while several stationary lifts in their Super Mario World design can be seen in the level Rich with Ropes. In A Towering Tour, some fast-moving gray-colored lifts also appear. They behave similarly to the metal lifts, only being shaped like the normal lifts, and the aforementioned color difference. They also follow a shorter path compared to normal lifts, which adds to the difficulty of staying on top of them. These blocks also have a line-guided variant, which move even faster than their non-line-guided variants.
Super Mario World
Lifts reappear in Super Mario World, this time with a gray or cream color. The Rail Lift is back under the name Pulley Lift (or Pully Lift). A platform on a swing is known as a Single Swing Lift, coming with a brown version that activates and rotates around a central pivot point when a player steps on it and a gray version that swings in perpetual motion, as well as a set of three swinging gray platforms known as a Triple Swing Lift. A set of gray Rotating Blocks that cannot spin with wings is known as a Flying Platform. A raft of skulls on lava is known as a Skull Raft. An orange, diagonal-facing lift with a grassy top is known as a diagonal platform, and a thicker, upright grassy platform with a countdown timer in the middle is known as a Count-Lift. Additionally, a mushroom variant of the Balance Lift is known as a Piston Lift.
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins introduces a Bone Lift that rises upward when jumped on, which is a hazard as the sole section of the game that includes them features spikes above them. They basically act as the opposite of the Flimsy Lift, although the Bone Lift freezes in place when Mario is off of it, unlike the Flimsy Lifts in this game.
Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS
Most lifts in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS have a tan-and-green checkerboard pattern on them. In some courses, such as Whomp's Fortress and Vanish Cap Under the Moat, pairs of lifts move along and rotate around both sides of a vertical beam, flipping when they reach the top. In the Hazy Maze Cave and Lethal Lava Land, lifts move along chains of black spheres when stepped upon. Additionally in the Hazy Maze Cave, large orange lifts with yellow and black trim appear to take the player between floors, and a unique controllable lift called the Work Elevator appears in one part of the course. Special lifts called Arrow Lifts appear in Wet-Dry World, moving back and forth when stepped upon. Also in Wet-Dry World, an Express Elevator appears embedded into some metal mesh. Stepping on the portion outside the mesh causes it to lower, at which point the player has a limited time to reach the portion inside the mesh and ride it to a Power Star.
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Mario on a lift in Super Mario Galaxy 2
In Super Mario Galaxy 2, lifts appear as yellow platforms that raise Mario up, then flash blue and disappear. They cannot be controlled by the player. They appear in Sky Station Galaxy, while giant versions of them are found in Supermassive Galaxy.
Super Mario 3D Land
Lifts appear in Super Mario 3D Land, having the same design and function as that of Super Mario Galaxy 2. However, they never disappear, unlike in the previous game.
Super Mario 3D World / Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
Lifts return in Super Mario 3D World and Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, having the same appearance and effects as they did in Super Mario 3D Land.
Super Mario Maker / Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS
Lifts reappear in Super Mario Maker and Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS as tools. The direction in which they initially move can be pre-set, and they can move in a set path when placed on a track. When shaken, they turn into Flimsy Lifts, which are colored blue this time and will start moving on a track once stepped on. In the Super Mario World style, when placed on a track, the lift uses the same tile as the Chainsaw from that game, albeit with minor differences.
Super Mario Run
Lifts appear in Super Mario Run, where they run on tracks in several levels. When Mario stands on a Lift, he stops moving until he jumps. After Mario gets off of a Lift, it disappears. The lifts' designs are similar to the falling platforms in the final Bowser battle in New Super Mario Bros. 2.
Super Mario Odyssey
A lift leading to Moe-Eye Habitat
Lifts (referred to as moving platforms in the Prima guide) appear in varying designs and sizes in Super Mario Odyssey.
In the Tostarena Ruins in the Sand Kingdom, large stone ones depicting the Inverted Pyramid appear above a canyon after Mario collects the Power Moon for the mission Atop the Highest Tower and move along a track after he steps on them. These lifts transport Mario to Moe-Eye Habitat, which features smaller stone lifts that Mario must use to collect Moon Shards. Larger versions of these stone lifts appear in the sub-area with the Power Moon for the sidequest Jaxi Driver. The Inverted Pyramid lifts also appear in the Ice Cave sub-area, except they are darker-colored and topped with ice. Unlike other lifts, these ones rotate while moving.
Lifts that use their Super Mario Bros. sprites also appear in 2D segments. They appear prominently in the Cascade Kingdom sub-area with the Power Moon for the sidequest Past the Chasm Lifts, where they behave similarly to the lifts in World 1-2 of Super Mario Bros. while similarly shaped stone lifts appear outside the 2D segments and move continuously on tracks.
Super Mario Maker 2
A Cloud Lift in Super Mario Maker 2
Lifts also appear in Super Mario Maker 2, where this time, their length can be changed. In the Super Mario 3D World style, they take the form of Cloud Lifts.
Super Paper Mario
A few lifts are found in The Bitlands in Super Paper Mario. This time, they are pixelated and resemble the orange ones found in Super Mario Bros.
Mario & Luigi series
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions
In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, a lift that connects to Little Fungitown can be found at the end of Teehee Valley, and a couple of Lifts can be found in Guffawha Ruins. Also, the Spin Blocks, which can be found in Gwarhar Lagoon, were introduced in this game as well.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong series
Mario vs. Donkey Kong
Lifts similar to the ones from Donkey Kong appear in Mario vs. Donkey Kong. They continuously appear at one end of a track and move in a direction before disappearing at the other end. Sometimes, the direction of all lifts in a level can be changed at once by pressing a Direction Switch.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
Two types of lifts, elevators and Moving Platforms (also known as Path Platforms), appear in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis.
Elevators are introduced in Room 1-5 of Mushroom Mayhem, and continue to appear in later levels in the game. They are platforms attached to a pole. A control panel is attached to a wall next to each elevator, with two red buttons resembling arrows pointing up and down. Up to two Minis can walk on an elevator's platform. The player can tap the buttons on the elevator's control panel using the stylus to raise or lower the elevator's platform. Once a button is pressed, it turns green and the platform starts moving. The platform's direction cannot be changed again until it reaches the end of the elevator's pole or a height where it is adjacent to ground. Minis will remain on an elevator's platform until their direction is changed using the stylus.
Moving Platforms are introduced in Room 6-3 of Toadstool Castle. They move automatically along a predetermined path. Whenever they reach a ledge, they stop for a short time and their platform extends slightly. A single Mini can board a Moving Platform while its platform is extended. Unlike elevators, only one Mini at a time can board a Moving Platform.
Lifts can be used by Yoshi in Yoshi Topsy-Turvy. They come in a green zig-zag pattern and a brown rocky pattern and are attached to chains by rails. The patterns are just for show and do not affect the lifts' behavior. When the player tilts their Game Boy Advance system, the lifts will swing back and forth and move along the rails. Half Lifts (ハーフリフト) also appear, which are miniature versions of lifts. They come in the same two patterns as normal lifts, but they are not attached to rails and will only swing when the Game Boy Advance system is tilted.
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
A lift in the World 1-2 version of Mushroomy Kingdom in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, lifts from Donkey Kong appear in the stage 75 m, which also reappears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. They act same as they do in the original Donkey Kong due to the stage being an exact remake of the original level. Lifts also appear in the Mushroomy Kingdom stage, with the same placement and function as in World 1-2 of Super Mario Bros., though they are pass-through platforms and appear as rusted, due to the stage's aged appearance.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, lifts from Super Mario 3D Land appear as platforms in the auto-scrolling 3D Land stage. The match begins on three stationary lifts. During the second portion, players fight on four multi-colored lifts as they transition them to the third portion of the stage; on the way there, some platforms may collide into protruding rocks, altering their angle. In PictoChat 2, one of the drawings that may appear is a row of blocks between a pair of continuously moving lifts from World 1-2 of Super Mario Bros.
Lifts on tracks from Super Mario Bros. 3 appear in the microgame Super Mario Bros. 3-Lift in WarioWare: Twisted! and WarioWare Gold (renamed to simply "Super Mario Bros. 3" in the latter). The player has to rotate the system to move the platforms and make Mario avoid the multiple enemies coming for him. In the third level, another lift appears along with Luigi on it, who also needs to be protected.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo Switch)
Lifts reappear in the Nintendo Switch version of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, replacing the Propeller Platforms due to the lack of the microphone.
Mario Kart Tour
In Mario Kart Tour's Battle Mode, any opponents that are eliminated ride on lifts that move around the course and throw projectiles such as Green Shells, Bananas, and Bob-ombs onto the course.
Special types of lifts
Super Mario Bros. 3
- 3DS Virtual Console manual bio: "Travel along rails."
Names in other languages
Rēru Rifuto (Super Mario Bros. 3)
Sen Rifuto (Super Mario World)
Erebētā (Mario & Wario)
升降台 (Super Mario Maker 2)
- ^ Super Mario Maker in-game name
- ^ Musa, Alexander, and Geson Hatchett. Super Mario 3D World PRIMA Official Game Guide. Page 167.
- ^ Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis in-game help (no. 08)
- ^ a b Hiroo Tochikubo, How to Win at Super Mario Bros., Tokuma Shoten, 1987, ISBN 4-19-720003-XC. Page 47.
- ^ Super Mario Bros. 3 English instruction booklet, page 19.
- ^ M. Arakawa. Nintendo Mario Mania Player's Guide. Pages 70 and 71.
- ^ Nintendo Power Advance v.4, page 29.
- ^ Walsh, Doug, and Joe Epstein. Super Mario Odyssey Prima Official Guide. Pages 54, 59, 68, 71, 73.
- ^ Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis in-game help (no. 20)
- ^ Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis object graphics filename (data/anims/path_platform_anim.bin)
- ^ Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis North American instruction booklet. Page 21. nintendo.com. Retrieved July 31, 2022.
- ^ 「ヨッシーの万有引力任天堂公式ガイドブック」 (Yoshi Banyū Inryoku Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook), page 20.
- ^ Super Mario Bros. 3 Japanese instruction booklet, page 17.
- ^ Shogakukan. 2015. Super Mario Bros. Hyakka: Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook, Super Mario World section, page 60.
- ^ Mario & Wario instruction booklet, page 9.
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||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 • Barrel Cannon • 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 • Lovúška s syurikenami • Maw-Ray • Metal ball • Mud • Mushroom Platform • Mushroom Trampoline • 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
||Action names in other languages • Badges • 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