Mario Kart 8 Party Starter

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Mario Kart 8 Party Starter
Developer(s) Unknown
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Browser
Release date 2014[citation needed]
Genre Activity
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Media HTML
Input Mouse

Mario Kart 8 Party Starter is an activity game on the Play Nintendo website. It was made to promote the release of Mario Kart 8.

Gameplay[edit]

The game starts with a title screen prompting the player to click anywhere to play. They are then greeted with four options: "Create invites", "Set up brackets", "Design awards", and "Make a poster".

The "Create invites" option brings the player to a placeholder invitation card with a Mario Kart 8 banner at the top, of which the player can write on. They can apply stamps depicting various characters, cups, and items in the game, add text boxes, draw using various colors, and even change the outer border. Once they are finished, the player can click on the "Done" button, where they then have the option to print out their invitation.

The "Set up brackets" option brings the player to a placeholder bracket with a Mario Kart 8 banner at the top, of which the player can customize. They can apply stamps depicting various characters, cups, and items in the game, add text boxes, draw using various colors, change the outer border, and alter the number of competitors. Once they are finished, the player can click on the "Done" button, where they then have the option to print out their bracket.

The "Design awards" option brings the player to a placeholder award certificate with a Mario Kart 8 banner at the top, of which the player can write on. They can apply stamps depicting various characters, cups, and items in the game, add text boxes (including those of the top three ranks), draw using various colors, and even change the outer border. Once they are finished, the player can click on the "Done" button, where they then have the option to print out their certificate.

The "Make a poster" option brings the player to a placeholder poster with a Mario Kart 8 banner at the top, of which the player can write on. They can apply stamps depicting various characters, cups, and items in the game, add text boxes, draw using various colors, and even change the outer border. Once they are finished, the player can click on the "Done" button, where they then have the option to print out their poster.