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Mario Kart series
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It changes color for Princess Daisy, Rosalina, and Honey Queen, receiving an orange, blue, and purple color scheme, respectively. Furthermore, it is Princess Peach's, Princess Daisy's, and Rosalina's signature kart, as well as one of Honey Queen's, alongside the Bumble V. Although it changes color for most female characters, Peach and female Miis do not get a color change.
The Birthday Girl offers a high acceleration and handling boost, while its speed, weight, and off-road are hindered. It is tied with the Cloud 9 and Tiny Tug for the lowest speed of all kart bodies, while being tied with the Egg 1 and Bumble V for having the highest acceleration of all kart bodies. Lastly, the Birthday Girl is tied with the Cloud 9 and Koopa Clown for having the highest handling of all kart bodies.
CPU Daisy is more likely to be seen driving this body with the Roller, Slim, Slick and the Sponge tires. Male or indeterminate-gender computer racers are not seen on this kart. It has the same engine noise as the Standard Bike from Mario Kart Wii.
Mario Kart Tour
The Birthday Girl returns in Mario Kart Tour. Unlike its Mario Kart 7 appearance, it only has the default coloration no matter which driver is using it. It appears to be equipped with the Roller tires, being a mix of its appearances from Mario Kart 7 (black tire treads), Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (yellow center). Rosalina’s color scheme for the kart is used for a variant called the Birthday Girl Rosalina, while another variant called the Ribbon Rider appears as an original kart. Both the Birthday Girl and the Birthday Girl Rosalina share the Normal classification, while the Ribbon Rider is a High-End kart. Each vehicle, though has different stats. The Birthday Girl increases points from Dash Panels, the Birthday Girl Rosalina increases points from Slipstreaming, and the Ribbon Rider increases points from Mini-Turbos. The Ribbon Rider's tires are also Roller tires, but with red tire treads like in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
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