Mushmellow

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Mushmellow
Mushmellow from Mario Kart Tour
The Mushmellow in Mario Kart Tour
Strong stats Acceleration, Handling and Drift
Weak stats Speed, Weight and Items
Appearances Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart Tour

The Mushmellow is a kart in the Mario Kart series. It is a small kart shaped like a Mushroom. The kart's name is a portmanteau of "mushroom" and "marshmallow", also including the word "mellow". The emblem is located on the stalk, which is where a Mushroom's eyes would go. In Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 and Mario Kart Arcade GP DX, a similar kart called the Mash Run appears, with the Japanese names implying it is a variant of the Mushmellow.

History[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

The Mushmellow first appears in Mario Kart DS, as Toad's first special kart. It has high handling tying with the Standard LG, Streamliner, ROB-BLS and Standard RB. It also has high drift matching the Hurricane, Standard TD and Standard BW. It has fairly low speed, matching the Standard TD and Royale. It is also very light, with its weight tying with the Egg 1. Its items stat is low, but features high acceleration tying with the Standard TD, Egg 1, Standard YS and Cucumber.

The kart is unlocked for Yoshi and Dry Bones as well when the player gets gold trophies in all Nitro or Retro Courses in 150cc, and becomes available for everyone else when gold trophies are obtained in every cup in Mirror Mode.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Mushmellow returns in Mario Kart Tour, where it is classified as a Normal kart. It uses the Pipe Frame's tires. The Mushmellow increases the duration of Jump Boost speed boosts and the number of points earned for performing Jump Boosts.

The game introduces two variants, one simply named the Pink Mushmellow, which also has the Normal classification, and another called the Cheermellow, which is a High-End kart exclusive to the 2019 Winter Tour.

The Mushmellow appears in the First Pipe and Second Pipe of every tour and is a part of the Daily Selects set. Throughout the game's history, it could be obtained in other ways as well, shown in the table below by tour.

Tour Availability
London Tour Tour gift
167 Grand Stars required
Exploration Tour Tour gift
75 Grand Stars required
Mario Tour Tour gift
60 Grand Stars required
Los Angeles Tour (2021) Tour gift
40 Grand Stars required

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

  • Speed: 4/10
  • Acceleration: 9/10
  • Weight: 3/10
  • Handling: 7/10
  • Drift: 7/10
  • Items: 3/10

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Special skill Jump Boost Plus icon from Mario Kart Tour Jump Boost Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
3DS Toad Circuit from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Toad Circuit
3DS Toad Circuit T from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Toad Circuit T
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon R from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Cheep Cheep Lagoon R
SNES Mario Circuit 3T from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Mario Circuit 3T
3DS Toad Circuit R from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Toad Circuit R
3DS Daisy Hills from Mario Kart Tour
3DS Daisy Hills
SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T from Mario Kart Tour
SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T**
N64 Royal Raceway R from Mario Kart Tour
N64 Royal Raceway R

* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3. ** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.

Gallery[edit]

Mario Kart DS[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マッシュ
Masshu
Mush
Chinese 蘑菇
Mógū
Mushroom
French Champmignon From champignon ("mushroom") and mignon ("cute")
German Pilzkarre Mushroom Car
Italian Fungomobile Mushroomobile
Korean 버돌호
Beodol-ho
Mushboy ("버" is shortened from "버섯", meaning "mushroom". "-돌"(乭) is a suffix commonly used behind Korean male names, and "호" is attached behind the name of trains, ships, or karts.)
Portuguese Cogumóvel From cogumelo ("mushroom") and móvel ("mobile")
Spanish Champibólido From champiñón ("mushroom") and bólido ("sports car")