Triple Mushrooms

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This article is about the item in the Mario Kart series. For the orb in Mario Party 7, see Triple 'Shroom Orb. For the item in Paper Mario: The Origami King, see Mushroom 3-Pack.
Triple Mushrooms
A Triple Mushroom in Mario Kart 8
Artwork of three Mushrooms from Mario Kart 8
First appearance Mario Kart 64 (1996)
Latest appearance Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit (2020)

Triple Mushrooms (known as Triple Dash Mushrooms in certain British English releases) are clusters of three Dash Mushrooms appearing as items in the Mario Kart series.

History[edit]

Mario Kart 64[edit]

Triple Mushrooms first appear in Mario Kart 64. When used, they grant the player three consecutive speed boosts that can be used one-by-one. The effect wears off once the last Mushroom is used.

Mario Kart: Super Circuit[edit]

Triple Mushrooms return in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, behaving exactly the same as in Mario Kart 64; however, they only appear in Time Trial mode.

Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

Triple Mushrooms reappear in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, behaving the same as in previous games. If the player is hit by an offensive item while holding Triple Mushrooms, they lose two of the Mushrooms.

Mario Kart DS[edit]

Triple Mushrooms return in Mario Kart DS, behaving the same as in past games. They can be obtained as semi-common items in the bottom five positions in Grand Prix and VS modes, and can also be collected as uncommon to rare items by mediocre and poorly-performing players in Battle Mode.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Triple Mushrooms return in Mario Kart Wii, behaving exactly the same as in previous games. They can be obtained as semi-common items in the bottom ten positions in Grand Prix and VS modes; in Battle Mode, they are usually obtained as uncommon items by mediocre and poorly-performing players.

Mario Kart 7[edit]

Triple Mushrooms return in Mario Kart 7, behaving exactly the same as in past games. In Grand Prix and VS modes, they can usually only be obtained in the bottom six positions; in Battle Mode, human players can only obtain Triple Mushrooms at or near first place, and CPUs cannot obtain them.

Mario Kart 8 / Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

Triple Mushrooms return in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. This time, the Mushrooms now orbit the player's kart, causing opponents who hit the kart to receive the effects of a Mushroom. In Grand Prix and VS modes, all players may obtain Triple Mushrooms at least roughly 2000 units from the frontrunner, though they are most common at roughly 6000 units; in Battle Mode, they can be obtained at any point, though they are much more common when the player has only one balloon left two minutes into a game of Balloon Battle or Bob-omb Blast.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

In Mario Kart Tour, Triple Mushrooms are special items obtainable only by Toad, Toadette, Mario (Classic), Peach (Wedding), Mario (SNES), Luigi (Lederhosen), Mario (Racing), and White Yoshi. They function mostly the same, except that the player must tap the screen to use all Mushrooms consecutively at once. They offer a longer boost than a single Mushroom. When Triple Mushrooms+ is activated, the chance of obtaining Triple Mushrooms is increased, and they offer a slightly longer boost.

Profiles[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

  • Trading card description: "Triple Mushrooms are a great find! Instead of the 1.5 second boost you get from a single Mushroom, if timed correctly you can get up to a 4.5 second boost of speed. Perfect for those times when you can cut through corners by going through an off-track infield area. Instead of slowing down because you've gone off the track, you boost right through the rough stuff and back onto the track."
    • Game Tip!: "Be aware of WHEN you use each of the Triple Mushrooms. Use one too soon after another and you'll sacrifice some of the benefit of the one in effect."

Mario Kart 7[edit]

  • Instruction manual description: "Triple Mushrooms can be used three times, each time providing the same effect as a Mushroom."

Mario Kart 8[edit]

  • Instruction manual description: "Three mushrooms that spin around your vehicle. Press ZL Button to use them one at a time."

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

  • Tips & Tricks: "Why use just one Mushroom when you can use three? Tap the screen to use them all at once for a longer-lasting speed boost."
  • Driver info: "Gives you three Mushrooms to use in one go for a long-lasting boost."
  • Driver info (Triple Mushrooms+): "Increases your chances to get Triple Mushrooms and extends the dash time by a little."

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トリプルダッシュキノコ
Toripuru Dasshu Kinoko
Triple Dash Mushroom
Chinese 三重冲刺蘑菇 (Simplified)
三重衝刺蘑菇 (Traditional)
Sānchóng Chōngcì Mógū
Triple Dash Mushroom
Dutch Driedubbele sprintpaddenstoel
Driedubbele Paddestoel (MK64)
Triple dash mushroom
Triple Mushroom
French (NOA) Triple champignon (MK7, MK8)
Triples champignons (MKW)
Triple mushroom
Triple mushrooms
French (NOE) Triple champi turbo[1]
Triple champignon turbo (MK7, MK8)
Triple champignon (MKDS)
Triple Champignon (MKSC)[2]
Trois champignons (MK64)
Triple dash mushroom

Triple mushroom
Triple Mushroom
Three mushrooms
German Drei Turbo-Pilze
Drei Pilzen (MKSC)[2]
Triple Turbo Mushrooms
Three Mushrooms
Italian Triplo fungo scatto (since MKW)[3]
Triplo fungo (MKDS)
Triplo Fungo (MK64, MKDD)
Tre funghi (MKSC)[2]
Triple dash mushroom
Triple msuhroom
Triple Mushroom
Three mushrooms
Korean 트리플 대시버섯
Tripeul Dashibeoseot
Triple Mushroom
Portuguese (NOA) Trio de cogumelos[1] Mushrooms Trio
Portuguese (NOE) Trio de Cogumelos Turbo Dash Mushrooms Trio
Spanish Triple champiñones turbo
Triple Champiñón
Trío de Champiñones[2]
Tres setas (MK64)
Triple Turbo Mushrooms
Triple Mushroom
Mushrooms Trio
Three mushrooms