Snow Land

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Not to be confused with Ice Land.
Snow Land
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Information
Appearance(s) Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001)
Cup(s) it Appears in Star Cup
Music
MKSC-Music-SnowLand.oga
Course Map
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Snow Land is the first race course of the Star Cup in Mario Kart: Super Circuit. Like most Mario Kart ice races, Snow Land is a very slippery track which requires accurate steering. Similar to Frappe Snowland, snowmen appear as obstacles on this course.

Course layout[edit]

Course layout

The course first starts out in a straight blue road that leads into a right turn that is straight, then a left turn that proceeds. Past the left turn is a sharp curve to the right that leads into a long, straight road. Just before this part of the track is a small shortcut, in which there are several coins and boosters. The long road and the shortcut contain the course's only coins; and the long road contains them in a long straight line if the coins are turned on, and as a result, the player should collect all of the coins in order to obtain a better rank and to prevent them from spinning out of contact with another player.

Past the long road is a curve to the right that leads straight into another curve that curves a little to the right and a U-turn just after that tiny curve. Past the U-turn is a large area with some water ponds, penguins, and slippery ice to slow the player down. This area is the largest road of the course.

Past the area is a turn right that has two item boxes and a boost pad. On the extreme right is a snow lane that slightly cuts through the course if the player manages to find a way without driving through the snow and slowing down. After that, the road curves around an area and then, the player must make a turn to the right. The player can cut past the curve with a hidden jump. After the last right turn is the straight road that leads to the finish/starting line and the course starts again.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スノーランド
Sunō rando
Snow Land
Spanish Tierra nevada Snowy Land
French Pays Neigeux Snowy Land
Italian Terra della neve Snow Land

Trivia[edit]