Had Birdo been a main character of the Mario series since 1996, Mario Kart 64 would've had her in Donkey Kong's place. The game, of course, would be released as usual -- December 14, 1996 in Japan, February 10, 1997 in North America, and June 24, 1997 in Europe. But of course, this can also be considered an MK64 hack to make it look real and playable on N64 emulators.



  • Toad
  • Yoshi
  • Princess Peach


  • Mario
  • Luigi


  • Birdo
  • Wario
  • Bowser


Mushroom Cup

  • Luigi Raceway (717m)
  • Moo Moo Farm (527m)
  • Koopa Troopa Beach (691m)
  • Kalimari Desert (753m)

Flower Cup

  • Toad's Turnpike (1036m)
  • Frappe Snowland (734m)
  • Choco Mountain (678m)
  • Mario Raceway (567m)

Star Cup

  • Wario Stadium (1591m)
  • Sherbet Land (756m)
  • Royal Raceway (1025m)
  • Bowser's Castle (777m)

Special Cup

  • Birdo's Dream World (950m)
  • Yoshi Valley (772m)
  • Banshee Boardwalk (747m)
  • Rainbow Road (999m)

Voice Cast

  • Charles Martinet - Mario, Luigi, Wario
  • Leslie Swan - Princess Peach
  • Isaac Marshall - Toad
  • Kazumi Totaka - Yoshi, Birdo

Differences between the original and Birdo's editions

  • There are two custom tracks in this game: Birdo's Dream World (replacing DK's Jungle Parkway), which is a minor pun to Kirby's Dream Land; and a replica of Super Mario Kart's Rainbow Road.
  • Yoshi is given some new voice sound effects.

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