Super Mario Motocross
Developer(s) LYON Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) DeluxGamer
Release Date(s)
Single Player, Multiplayer, Online Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
E for Everyone
Genre(s) Sports
Media Included DeluxGamer Card
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Super Mario Motocross (sometimes called Mario Motocross or SMM) is a motocross game for the DeluxGamer. This game is mainly focused on performing stunts by using various button combinations. Different things can be bought in the store (new vehicles, costume changes, etc.) by gaining points from landing stunts. The more air the stunt needs to be successfully pulled off, the more points the stunt is worth. Small jumps are denoted by green jump pads, medium jumps are blue, and big-air jumps are purple.



Players: 1

Super Mario Motocross' freestyle mode is basically the practice mode. In this mode, point totals are not counted towards the player's budget. The player can play on any previously unlocked course.

Time Challenge

Players: 1-4

A beat-the-clock type of game exactly like that of Mario Kart Portable. The player chooses a course and the time (between reccomended, best and expert). This is the best way to milk points, as the player gets 5 points for every second remaining on the clock.


Players: 1-4

A race against 5 other computers in a 3-race cup. Whoever has the most points at the end of the cup wins. 1st place yields 500 points, 2nd gives 400, 3rd gives 250, 4th gives 100, 5th gives 50, and 6th gives nothing. Winning first in races sometimes unlocks new stuff (Note: Successfully attempted stunts do not add points to the player's total in the cup standings). After beating all 5 cups, the player has the option to just do individual races. There are three difficulty settings - Easy, Normal, Hard.


Players: 1-4

The player runs through a course, pulling off as many stunts and getting as many points as possible. Unlike Race mode, each player races individually.


Italics denotes menu controls.

  • A: Accelerate/Confirm menu selection
  • B: Brake/Trick/Cancel menu selection
  • C: Use item/Trick
  • L: Trick
  • R: Trick
  • +: Pause
  • D-pad: Steer/Select
  • Up (on D-pad): Wheelie


There are 16 racers in Super Mario Motocross, half are default and half are unlockable.

Default Characters

Unlockable Characters

  • Toadette (Light): Win Mushroom Cup (any difficulty)
  • Daisy (Medium): Win Flower Cup (any difficulty)
  • DK (Heavy): Win Banana Cup (any difficulty)
  • Rosalina (Heavy): Win Star Cup (any difficulty)
  • Waluigi (Medium): Win Lightning Cup (any difficulty)
  • Petey Piranha (Heavy): Beat all "expert" times in Time Challenge.
  • Dry Bones (Light): Get 1500 points in Daredevil.
  • Diddy Kong (Light): Beat all cups (Hard)


Many of the bikes from this game originate from Mario Kart Wii. Also, all unlockable bikes are bought.

Light Bikes

  • Standard Bike L
    • Speed: 2/5
    • Acceleration: 4/5
    • Handling: 3/5
  • Bullet Bike
    • Speed: 4/5
    • Acceleration: 2/5
    • Handling: 2/5

Unlockable bikes

  • Mini Scooter (10000 points)
    • Speed: 1/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 4/5
  • Ferocious Flyer (15000 points)
    • Speed: 5/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 1/5

Medium Bikes

  • Standard Bike M
    • Speed: 3/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 3/5
  • Dolphin Dasher
    • Speed: 4/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 2/5

Unlockable bikes

  • Shredder (20000 points)
    • Speed: 5/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 3/5
  • Mach Bike (10000 points)
    • Speed: 2/5
    • Acceleration: 3/5
    • Handling: 5/5

Heavy Bikes

  • Standard Bike H
    • Speed: 4/5
    • Acceleration: 2/5
    • Handling: 3/5
  • Flame Runner
    • Speed: 5/5
    • Acceleration: 2/5
    • Handling: 1/5

Unlockable bikes

  • Shooting Star (20000 points)
    • Speed: 5/5
    • Acceleration: 1/5
    • Handling: 3/5
  • Slickster (10000 points)
    • Speed: 4/5
    • Acceleration: 1/5
    • Handling: 1/5


Mushroom Cup

  • Mario Circuit

A course with no gimmicks and medium jumps.

  • Mushroom Hills

This course contains a few big-air jumps.

  • Goomba Trail

A dirt trail in a forest containing Goombas that cause spinouts.

Flower Cup

  • Petal Meadows

A grassy track with small to medium jumps, Goombas, and Koopas.

  • Giant Land

Giant enemies appear here, along with multiple big-air jumps.

  • Blooper Bay

A beach track with minor jumps, along with Bloopers and Cheep-Cheeps.

Banana Cup

  • Sandy Slopes

A desert course with two major jumps, and multiple medium jumps.

  • Frozen Frontier

A slippery iced course with all medium jumps.

  • Bowser's Castle

A castle track with lots of big-air and medium jumps.

Star Cup

  • Rooftop Racetrack

A rooftop course with lots of small jumps and few medium jumps. One major jump is found here.

  • Bob-omb Wastelands

An empty racetrack with craters providing all three kinds of jumps and occasional falling Bob-ombs.

  • Teehee Valley

A sandy valley with few small jumps and many medium jumps.

Lightning Cup

  • Stormy Stadium

A normal stadium despite the occasional lightning bolts. Medium jumps are mainly found here with one big-air jump.

  • Big-Air Bog

A muddy track providing all big-air jumps. This is the best place to get points.

  • Rainbow Road

The sky-high rainbow course appearing in the Mario Kart series. Provides multiple jumps of all kinds.


The following is a list of all the performable stunts. Reverse Spin and Hart Attack can only be performed on big-air jumps. The button combinations are activated once let go of.

Small Stunts

Small stunts are worth 50 points.

  • Can Can: B button
  • Star Jump (Jumps off of the bike in a star formation, quickly reattaching): C button
  • Surfer: L button
  • Heel Clicker: R button
  • Nac Nac: L + R button

Medium Stunts

Medium stunts are worth 100 points.

  • Superman: B + C button
  • Bar Hop: C + R button
  • Lazy Boy: C + L button
  • Dead Body: B + L button
  • Cliffhanger: B + R button

Big-Air Stunts

Big-air stunts are worth 200 points (150 points if only two buttons are required and Treadmill is 250). Kiss of Death and Hart Attack can only be performed on big-air jumps (purple jump pads) because of duplicate button combinations.

  • Kiss of Death: B + C + L button
  • Reverse Spin: (Spins off the bike, spinning the bike in the opposite direction) B + R button
  • Rock Solid: C + L + R button
  • Hart Attack: B + L button
  • Treadmill: (Flips bike to vertical position with handlebars facing down, then runs in place on back wheel) All trick buttons


Items in Super Mario Motocross are only for increasing air time and speed (excluding Chain Chomp, which can hurt other racers), unlike other Mario games with items.

  • Mushroom/Triple Mushrooms: Briefly increases speed
  • Golden Mushroom: Provides multiple speed boosts for 5 seconds
  • Feather: Provides extra air time
  • Chain Chomp: A rare item that triples speed and knocks over other racers.
  • Starman: Increases speed and provides invincibility


The following is a list of things bought in the shop.


  • Mini Scooter (10000 points)
  • Ferocious Flyer (15000 points)
  • Shredder (20000 points)
  • Mach Bike (10000 points)
  • Shooting Star (20000 points)
  • Slickster (10000 points)

Costume Changes

All costume changes are 7500 points. Wario, Waluigi, Toadette and Diddy Kong do not have costume changes.

  • Fire Mario (Mario)
  • Dr. Mario (Mario)
  • Fire Luigi (Luigi)
  • Mr. L (Luigi)
  • Athletic Suit (Peach)
  • Blue Toad (Toad)
  • Yellow Toad (Toad)
  • Boshi (Yoshi)
  • Paratroopa (Koopa)
  • Rookie (Bowser)
  • Dark Bowser (Bowser)
  • Athletic Suit (Daisy)
  • Super Kong (DK)
  • Athletic Suit (Rosalina)
  • Dino Piranha (Petey Piranha)
  • Putrid Piranha (Petey Piranha)
  • Dark Bones (Dry Bones)

References to Other Games

  • Super Mario Bros. 3: Giant Land is a world from this game.
  • Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga: Teehee Valley is from this game. Bowser's "Rookie" costume change also originates from this game.
  • Mario Kart Wii: Peach, Daisy and Rosalina wear their biker suits from this game. Also, most of the bikes are from this game.
  • Super Mario RPG: The Eight Shining Stars: Blooper Bay is from this game. The layout of this track is also nearly identical to the beach area of this world.
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door: Petal Meadows is an area from this game. Also, the design for Petey Piranha's "Putrid Piranha" costume change comes from this game.
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii: Toad's "Blue Toad" and "Yellow Toad" costume changes are references to the two Toads playable in this game.
  • Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story: Bowser's "Dark Bowser" costume originates from this game.
  • Super Mario RPG: Yoshi's "Boshi" costume change originates from this game.
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns: Donkey Kong's "Super Kong" costume originates from this game.
  • Super Mario Galaxy: Petey Piranha's "Dino Piranha" costume originates from this game.
  • Super Paper Mario: Luigi's "Mr. L" costume originates from this game.
  • Super Mario World: The Feather item originates from this game.
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!: The Chain Chomp appears as an item in this game with an identical function.
  • Mario Kart Portable: Time Challenge originates from this game, with the exact same functions.

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