Mario Kart Tour – Bonus Challenges – Game Walkthrough, Gameplay (iOS, Android) Part 24

Mario Kart Tour – Bonus Challenges – Game Walkthrough, Gameplay (iOS, Android) Part 24
Mario Kart Tour [iOS, Android] Game Walkthrough, Gameplay [1080p, 60 fps] PLAYLIST –

Mario Kart Tour is a kart racing mobile game and the ninth installment in the Mario Kart series, developed and published by Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. The game was announced in January 2018, and was released on September 25, 2019, on the App Store and Play Store, six months late.

The game continues with the traditional gameplay of the Mario Kart series, in which famous characters of Nintendo’s Mario universe compete with one another in competitive racing in go-karts. In traditional gameplay, players try to make their way up to first place while trying to hinder other opponent’s progress towards the same goal, using various items found in item boxes at some portions of the race. The game includes four different CCs, them being 50cc, 100cc, 150cc and 200cc, in which the first is automatically unlocked and the next two can be unlocked during gameplay, while the fourth being included with purchasing the Gold Pass. It also includes features from previous installments like underwater racing and hang gliding from Mario Kart 7. Mario Kart Tour includes several characters from previous games, with three new characters, them being Pauline making her Mario Kart debut, Peachette and a musician skin for Mario. Mario Kart Tour also re-features karts from previous games. The game also introduces a new item; Frenzy, in which the player can use their selected character’s special ability while invincible. The game features 16 cups, with some tracks from previous cups being re-used and all races last two laps. The cups are also named after Mario characters instead of the usual items in the Mario franchise. As of September 26, 2019, the game currently does not have a multiplayer feature, but is scheduled to be available in the near future in an update.

In the game, there is an in-app shop, in which payers can spend the in-game currency, rubies, to fire a pipe to stand a chance to acquire a new character, kart or glider. The game also introduces the Gold Pass, a subscription-based purchase which comes with earning greater rewards during races and unlocked 200cc. It can be bought with real-life money.

Mario Kart Tour’s gameplay is unique, with the game only requiring players to steer the kart, while the game helps to auto-accelerate their vehicle. In each course, a player can earn up to five Grand Stars, based on how many points they achieve. These points can be earned by choosing a suitable character, kart and glider, jump tricks and actions like hitting another player with an item and their own position. At the end of each cup, there is a unique type of race called Bonus Challenge Course, in which players are presented with unique circumstances and an objective. These challenges do not follow the usual gameplay of a regular race. If the player is able to achieve the set objective, they will earn one Grand Star. If they perform better and go beyond the set objective’s requirement, they may be able to earn a further two more Grand Stars.

The game also introduces Challenges; players need to beat these challenges in order to earn either Rubies or Grand Stars. They will also get a badge if they beat that certain challenge, and can use it to display it during the loading screen before races.

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