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Mario Kart Revolution is one of KamekYay's games and the newest edition to the long running Mario Kart series.
A few New items are in the game but the game keeps basically the same items but with a few new itemst
Triple Green Shell
Triple Red Shell
Fake Item Box
There are 32 Race Courses in Mario Kart Revolution, 16 New and 16 Classic in the same 8 Cup and 2 GP format as the most recent editions
Luigi Circuit - A Short Sunny Circuit, along the seaside/grand stand, through the hills and with a short gliding section.
Moo Moo Barnyard - A simple rural level that takes you through plains and a river and into a barnyard that requires a 180 degree turn and that out the roof off a gliding pad.
Royal Aquarium - Set inside a large aquarium, there is a vibrant underwater section and some 360 degree tubes that allow for full travel.
Hongo Bongo Jungle - A Track across the Jungle floor, up into a wooden tree village, with a spiral down to a stone, waterfall crossing.
Helix Highway - A Busy traffic interstate highway, with many twist and turns and different routes to take.
Yoshi Coaster - Set on a wooden roller coaster with sharp turns, drops and inversions, this course requires patience in order to let the roller coaster go by and not get hit.
Wiggler Wasteland - A Desert cliffside, among rickety bridges, bone tunnels, spiral rock ways, a mine section and covered in wigglers.
Waluigi City - A Las Vegas styled city with many different routes and a monorail track that can be travelled on.
Bright Bright Canyon/Night Night Canyon - Two seperate courses that vary depending on the time of day. Bright Bright Canyon, is a dusty canyon filled with sharp turns and malboros. Night Night Canyon, goes through crystal tunnels at night with large audienes.
Royal Skyway - A City high up in the clouds with an anti-gravity boiler room section and a glass pipe with gliding section.
Snowflake Summit - A Gorgeous snowy mountain course, with a stony forest section, a winter wonderland, downhill town and a chairlift to return to the top.
Mario Circuit - A Large circuit that takes place across a city at night with a huge audience and many obstacles.
Wario Dome - A Huge Stadium styled arena that is split up into three sections divided by an enormous centre piece crossway that stretches up into the sky. It features many challenging obstacles including a flaming metal wario.
Thwomp Storm - An enormous temple in the middle of a storm in the sky. Dark and filled with Thwomps, Whomps and lightning. The course is filled with flying sections and greatly uses the Anti-Gravity. Bowser Castle-A Bowser Castle level starting at a rocky ridge then heading down to the castle with a lavafall and various lava obstacles
Rainbow Road-A Rainbow Road level with inversions and various giant twist and turn boost sections
SNES Mario Circuit 2
3DS Daisy Hills
DS Delfino Square
N64 Toad's Turnpike
N64 Kalamari Desert
Wii-U Thwomp Ruins
GCN Daisy Cruiser
DS Waluigi Pinball
Wii-U Shy Guy Falls
GBA Broken Pier
3DS Rosalina's Ice World
Wii Maple Treeway
Wii Wario's Gold Mine
GCN Mushroom City
DS Airship Fortress
N64 Rainbow Road
Battle Mode in Mario Kart Revolution features both original games Balloon Battle and Shine Runner but also features a new battle called Capture the Flag, which divides players into teams, that work on the two halves of the course to Capture the other teams flag and return it to their base.
Bob-omb Battlefield - A Glossy replica of the Nintendo 64 Classic - reduced slightly in size for convenience.
Dirt Monster - A Dirt stadium ring, with a circle dip in the middle, where a giant dirt monster rises up to attack the players. All item boxes are down in the circle, so players must approach the dirt monster in order to pick up an item
Hongo Bongo Treetops - Based on Hongo Bongo Jungle, a level set entirely up in the treetop village, with nets and rickety bridges. As well as swooping birds.
Moonlight Market - Set on the beautiful Delfino Isles, a market set up in the Delfino Plaza at nighttime, with wide open docks, water areas, and market places, as well as sharp and twisty alleyways.
Nintendo Tower - A Colourful fortress of sorts based on various Nintendo games, with the Nintendo Tower as the centerpiece stretching three levels high.
Rock Pool - A Mostly underwater course, in close quarters with coral reefs, eels and cheep cheeps, as well as a rocky ring on the outside.
Shroom Big City - A Big twisty city by the waterside, filled with traffic and cross-city tunnels.
Shy Guy Highrise - Taken high up on a skyscraper, Shy Guy Highrise features in an interior office section, a cluttered outdoor rooftop and a construction zone.
SNES Battle Course 1 - Changed to dip some what significantly into a more bumpy and interesting course.
N64 Block Fort
GBA Battle Course 4 - Raise to be a ring around a hill. Four Stone Yoshi Fountain's now encircle the course. While the water is swimmable, falling in at the top will shoot you out one of the Yoshi's mouths.
GC Luigi's Mansion
DS Tart Top
Wii Funky Stadium
3DS Sherbet Rink
Wii-U Yoshi Valley - Sealed off to just the maze section