Shy Guy Beach

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Shy Guy Beach
Appearance(s) Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001)
Mario Kart Wii (2008)
Cup(s) it Appears in Mushroom Cup (MKSC)
Banana Cup (MKW)
Staff Ghost 1:45:568 by Nin★Kato (MKW)
(Koopa Troopa in the Cheep Charger)
Expert Staff Ghost 1:32:867 by Nin★Matt (MKW)
(Koopa Troopa in the Magikruiser)
Wi-Fi No longer available (Wii)
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
Course Map
Mario Kart: Super Circuit

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Mario Kart Wii
GBA Shy Guy Beach.png

Shy Guy Beach is the second race course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart: Super Circuit. It reappears as a retro track in Mario Kart Wii.

Course layout[edit]

Course map

While there are no Shy Guys on the beach, there is a Shy Guy Galleon staffed by Pirate Guys in the background.

Sidesteppers litter the beach, making karts spin out on contact. Parasols open and close (and vice-versa) when players bump into them. Shallow water causes racers to slow down while deep water completely submerges karts. The course is somewhat based on Shy Guy's Ship from Yoshi's Story because of the card board effect.[citation needed]


After the first turn, if the player use a Mushroom over the dark green grass there is a little spot that's light green. It is effective because it leads right to the shallow water where the small island is.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Shy Guy Beach in Mario Kart Wii.
Shy Guy Beach returns in Mario Kart Wii as the second track in the Banana Cup. It is entirely remade to be 3D instead of 2D. The course map has also been updated meaning that empty areas on the insides of the course map are the grasslands, while the filled-in areas are sand. Attacks from the Shy Guy Galleon in the background are now more destructive; the cannonballs now stick into the ground and explode, sending the player flying in the air instead of spinning out. When the player hits a cannonball in Time Trials, the cannonball do not explode. More palm trees, parasols, and Sidesteppers are added at a few places. A banner is added above the starting line. When the player falls into the deep water areas, they are now instantly rescued by Lakitu. Parasols can be opened and closed with POW Blocks, or eliminated with Shells, Bob-ombs, or while the player is invincible, but return after a short period of time.


The tournament.

In Mario Kart Wii, a tournament took place on this track. Players had to take out 30 Sidesteppers with Bob-ombs, Triple Green Shells, or Stars. It was the first tournament of August 2009, and it was later repeated as the second tournament of June 2011, the first tournament of September 2012, and the second tournament of November 2013.

Official descriptions[edit]

Trading Card
  • Official European Website: “The sunshine and blue ocean might make you feel like you’re on holiday, but there’s no time to relax – that ship on the horizon is about to start firing cannon balls!”
  • Official Website: “Tough off-road drifting, slowing patches of grass and water, and crossing crabs make for a difficult race.”


GBA appearance[edit]

Wii appearance[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヘイホービーチ
Heihō bīchi
Shy Guy Beach
Spanish Playa Shy Guy Shy Guy Beach
French (NOA) Plage Shy Guy Shy Guy Beach
French (NOE) Plage Maskass Shy Guy Beach
German Shy Guy-Strand Shy Guy Beach
Italian Spiaggia del Tipo timido (MKSC)[1]
Spiaggia Tipo Timido (MKW)
Shy Guy's Beach
Shy Guy Beach
Korean 헤이호 비치
Heiho Bichi
Shy Guy Beach


  1. ^ Mario Kart: Super Circuit Instruction Booklet (EU), page 113