Mario Kart Tour Updated

Nintendo have updated Mario Kart Tour to Version 1.1.0 requiring 194.6 MB (plus 139 MB in-app) where you can now view a list of badges you have obtained, check the points required to get Grand Stars, the number of Grand Stars, and your current best score on the screen for courses and bonus challenges. Other issues have also been addressed.

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Mario (Hakama) is Here!

Part 2 of the Tokyo Tour has started in Mario Kart Tour with Mario (Hakama) as the spotlight content whose special skill is Coin Box. The spotlight kart is Kabuki Dasher and spotlight glider is Full Flight. The featured tour gift is Peach, with a chance for Dry Bowser (pictured below) for Gold Pass subscribers.

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Tokyo Tour Now Available!

The Tokyo Tour has now begun in Mario Kart Tour and adds several new characters including Mario (Hakama), Peach (Kimono), Rosalina, Baby Rosalina, Bowser Jr., Lakitu, Wario, and the Koopalings (Iggy, Larry, Lemmy, Ludwig, Morton, Roy, and Wendy)!

The featured tour gift is Peach with Dry Bowser available for Gold Pass subscribers. Two Special Offers in the in-game shop have 45 rubies (30 + 15 bonus), Rosalina and 5 star tickets or 90 rubies (60 + 30 bonus), Diddy Kong, and 1 quick ticket. Tokyo Tour Trailer added below…

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Mario Kart Tour Updated

Nintendo have updated Mario Kart Tour to Version 1.0.2 requiring 192.9 MB which fixes the issues where the game may become unplayable if a nickname is not entered when linking a Nintendo Account, where certain players may encounter error code 805-9314 after linking a Nintendo Account and become unable to play the game, and where the game may become unplayable when players transition to the main screen after the game starts up, plus other minor issues.

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Mario Kart Tour Hits 90m Downloads

Sensor Tower report that Mario Kart Tour has achieved 90 million downloads in the its first week which is the fastest in company history. Customer spending is at $12.7 million, putting the game in third place after the first week, behind both Fire Emblem Heroes ($28.2 million) and Super Mario Run ($16.1 million).

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