If you are looking for some new rims for your real life Mario Kart, look what artist Ashley Hay has done with her recycled art project. She has created some sweet rims that are just begging to roll down Rainbow Road.
Hey, look in the rear view. It’s Kirby. No, it’s Luigi. I don’t know which it is, but he’s looking pretty pissed off. He just hit us with a turtle shell and now we are careening off the road to our death and he won’t he stop looking at us like that.
Now Mario can haz Mercedes in the latest Mario Kart game. Mario Kart 8 players can now download a free DLC which gives you a Mercedes Benz GLA to drive around the game. This is the first time a real car has made an appearance in the franchise.
When you have a dad that is a Dreamworks animator, chances are you will be starring in some cool videos. Like this one. Dreamworks animator Daniel Hashimoto has created a new special effects video for his hilarious Action Movie Kid series.
If you have ever wanted a real life Mario Kart, we have some great news for you. You will be able to buy one very soon. This is a “full size” 6V ride-on Mario Kart, ready for you to climb onto it and let some turtle shells fly.
Many consider the Roller Coaster Tycoon series to be a classic game that satisfies your SimCity-like urges to build stuff, but without stuff like earthquakes. Roller Coaster Tycoon is simple, but can also be a deep experience.
Nintendo’s lawyers just got more work thrown their way. Mole Kart is a Mario Kart knock-off for iPhone that you will probably never see via the App Store. It doesn’t look half bad for a rip-off, but then again all you really have to do is throw in some mushrooms, make it all colorful and shoot items from your Kart.
Remember the life-sized Mario Kart that Nintendo and West Coast Customs unveiled at the LA Auto Show? Want it? Good news! Here’s your chance to own it, thanks to GameStop. The video game retailer has began taking raffle entries for the one of a kind vehicle.
I don’t know about you, but I find these little guys to be absolutely adorable. These are fuzzy Mario Kart characters made from warp pipe-cleaners. And they have real wheels which means that you can race them too!
Not happy with the lineup of games available for the Kindle Fire? Here’s some good news if you want some N64 action on your tablet. A developer has created an emulator that will allow you to play classic Nintendo 64 games on Amazon’s Kindle Fire.
There have been several versions of Mario Kart racers and most range from okay to pretty decent, but these Super Deluxe versions put the rest to shame. They are larger than the rest and they zip around super fast.
When driving down the road, you never stop to think that a Koopa shell could slam into you and knock you off course, but it might be time to start worrying about this possibility. Why? Because Turtle Shell robots are now having real life races.
Made by Jonas and Simon Schwarzer, A Little Bit World sees classic video game characters emerge from a question mark block. It’s practically the low-budget version of Pixels by onemoreprod and Patrick Jean, though I wouldn’t call it a rip-off.