Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game
The title screen for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game
Title screen
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Browser
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Input Mouse

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game is an activity on the Play Nintendo website.[1] It allows players to customize a photograph of themselves using elements from Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.


The customize screen for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game
The customization screen

The player is first brought to the title screen, where they must click on the "Get started!" button to begin the activity. The player then has a choice of eight different Standard Karts to choose from. They can then choose to either upload a file stored on their device or use the webcam to take a picture. After this, they are taken to a template in which they must paint over the parts of the photograph that they want visible in their final image. They have the option to change the brush size, undo the last edit that they made, and completely clear everything that they've done. Checking the "preview" button will allow the player to see what their final image will look like. After the player is done with this, they are taken to another template where they can add elements such as backgrounds and items. The player can also choose to add another driver and will go through the same process as before. After the player is finished, they can save their image and download it to their device. The player can also restart the activity and mute the activity's music at any time.






Website description[edit]

Sweet ride!

You can join the roster of racers by adding your photo to a character’s kart, then decorating the scene with items and backgrounds inspired by the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game.

Want to get behind the wheel?

You can strike a pose and join the race!



  1. ^ Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Kart Customizer Game. Play Nintendo. Retrieved March 14, 2020. (Archived August 27, 2020, 20:11:45 UTC via Wayback Machine.)