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|Mario Kart: Stadium Rumble|
|Developer(s)||Nintendo, Gungho Online Entertainment, KADOKAWA|
|Publisher(s)||Gungho Online Entertainment, Nintendo Publishing Ltd.|
|Platform(s)||Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U|
| July 10, 2015 (JP)|
July 12, 2015 (KR)
July 15, 2015 (HK/TW)
July 20, 2015 (NA)
August 3, 2015 (PAL)
| 1-8 Players (local),|
1-20 Players (online)
|E for Everyone (ESRB)|
Mario Kart: Stadium Rush (Japanese: マリオカート：スタジアムラッシュ Mario Kart: Stadium Rush) is a 2015 racing game released by Nintendo and Gungho Online Entertainment. Mario Kart: Stadium Dash features the return of anti-gravity from Mario Kart 8 and paragliders from Mario Kart 7. MKTV also returns in this installment
Gameplay of Mario Kart: Stadium Dash is the same as gameplay from Mario Kart DS and Mario Kart 8. The game has 8 racers (up to 20 in online mode) that must race through a course (in this case, racing stadiums and circuits), avoid obstacles, gain items that will either help the player or hinder others through item boxes scattered around the tracks, and attempt to win first place in the races.
Mario Kart: Stadium Dash features kart customizations like in Mario Kart 7 and Mario Kart 8. It also features the return of paragliders and antigravity. Custom emblems from Mario Kart DS also returns. Unlike previous installments, coins are not required to unlock, instead you need to complete certain stunts and/or feats inside races to unlock certain items and whatnot.
Unlike other Mario Kart installments, this game does not feature battle mode or missions. Instead, it features Online Mode, Single Player Mode, Time Trials, and Grand Prix.