Super Blooper (kart)

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Super Blooper
Turbo Blooper
MKT Icon SuperBlooper.png
Super Blooper in Mario Kart Tour
Size Class Medium
Strong stats Speed, Off-Road
Weak stats Drift
Appearances Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart Tour

The Super Blooper (known as the Turbo Blooper in Europe and Oceania) is a medium-sized kart that appears in Mario Kart Wii. It resembles a Blooper with its tentacles sticking out from its sides.

History[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The kart's bike counterpart is the Dolphin Dasher; however, the kart is actually lighter than its bike counterpart, while being slightly faster. It can be unlocked by winning the 50cc Leaf Cup, or by playing 300 races.

The Super Blooper features good speed and great off-road, but very weak drifting (tied with the Wario Bike). Its other stats are average. It is also notable for being the lightest medium kart in the game, and has the best off-road stat of all the medium karts. Its weight is tied with the Sneakster. Its acceleration (tied with the Blue Falcon) is slightly below average.

Color schemes[edit]

  • Mario – White Blooper, red stripes, dark blue wheels, red underside
  • Luigi – White Blooper, green stripes, dark blue wheels, green underside
  • Peach – White Blooper, pink stripes, pink wheels, pink underside
  • Daisy – White Blooper, yellow and orange stripes, orange wheels, orange underside
  • Yoshi – White Blooper, cyan stripes, green wheels, light green underside
  • Birdo – White Blooper, purple stripes, red-pink wheels, purple underside
  • Diddy Kong – White Blooper, red stripes, red wheels, red underside
  • Bowser Jr. – Orange Blooper, dark green stripes, green underside, red wheels
  • Male Mii – Gray Blooper, black stripes, dark blue wheels, black underside
  • Female Mii – White Blooper, blue stripes, dark orange wheels, blue underside

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Super Blooper returns in Mario Kart Tour. It appears to be equipped with a new set of tires debuting in said game, which resemble the Pipe Frame's original Super Mario Kart tires. Unlike its Mario Kart Wii appearance, it only has Mario and Diddy Kong's stripe coloration no matter which driver is using it. The game also introduces a golden variant, simply named the Gold Blooper. Both versions of the kart increase score and boost time from Mini-Turbos and share the Super classification, but are treated as two separate vehicles. The Gold Blooper's tires are golden versions of the Super Blooper's tires as well.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Speed: 50/80
Weight: 40/80
Acceleration: 35/80
Handling: 37/80
Drift: 21/80
Off-road: 54/80
Mini-turbo: 35/80
Vehicle Type:
Drift

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーゲッソー
Sūpā Gessō
Super Blooper
Spanish Bloopercarro Bloopercar
French Super Bloups Super Blooper
German Blooper-Bolide
Italian Super Calamako
Super Kalamako (Mario Kart Wii)
Super Blooper
Portuguese (NOA) Superblooper Super Blooper
Korean 슈퍼징오징오
Syupeo Jing-o Jing-o
Super Blooper

Trivia[edit]

  • The Super Blooper is the only kart, when paired up with the Dolphin Dasher, in the game to be lighter than its bike counterpart.
  • The Super Blooper moves its side tentacles when it is boosted and twists its wings upward when braking. This does not happen in Mario Kart Tour.
  • Bowser Jr. and Male Mii are the only characters to have a different color than white. Bowser Jr.'s Super Blooper is orange, while Male Mii's Super Blooper is light gray.
    • This is Bowser's Jr.'s only vehicle not to use his signature light yellow color like other vehicles; however, the color orange is Daisy's signature color.
  • If Daisy rides the Super Blooper, it can pass the Honeycoupe's default speed by one point.