Mario Kart Tour

Mario Kart Tour

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2019-09-25
  • Current Version: 1.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 198.73 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 773,610 Ratings


■ Mario Kart takes a world tour! Mario and friends go global in this new Mario Kart as they race around courses inspired by real-world cities in addition to classic Mario Kart courses! These destinations will be featured in tours that rotate every two weeks! In addition to courses based on iconic locales, some of your favorite Mario Kart characters will get variations that incorporate the local flavor of cities featured in the game! ■ Endless Mario Kart fun at your fingertips! The Mario Kart series known and loved by many is ready to take the world by storm – one smart device at a time! With just one finger, you can steer and drift with ease and sling devastating items as you go for the gold in cups filled with new and classic Mario Kart courses. ■ Nab 1st place with items and Frenzy mode! In Mario Kart Tour you have access to an arsenal of powerful items that can mix things up on the racetrack! Turn up the heat by activating the new Frenzy mode, which gives an unlimited supply of a certain item and makes you invincible! Make the most of the ensuing chaos, as Frenzy mode only lasts a short time! ■ Collect drivers, karts, badges, and more! Earn Grand Stars by racing or fire off the featured pipe to receive more drivers, karts, and gliders! You can also proudly display badges, earned by completing certain challenges, next to your in-game name! ■ Bonus challenge courses put a twist on traditional races! In certain races, 1st place isn't always the goal. With names like "Vs. Mega Bowser" and "Goomba Takedown," these bonus challenge courses demand a different approach to gameplay and strategy! ■ Race to increase your online rank! Boost with the best of 'em! Your high scores will determine how you compare to other players all over the world. Keep practicing and trying out different combinations of drivers, karts, and gliders to increase your score and rise to the top! Note: A Nintendo Account is required to play Mario Kart Tour. * Free-to-start; optional in-game purchases available. Persistent Internet, compatible smartphone, and Nintendo Account required. Data charges may apply. * For information about our ads, please see the “How we use your information” section of the Nintendo Privacy Policy. * May include advertising. © 2019 Nintendo Mario Kart is a trademark of Nintendo.



  • Mario kart

    By thatgirlisjustkwiylyn
    I love this game it is super fun
  • Love it

    By mellymelly1985
    Agree with the guy up there. But Love if it is so fun. I’m a 34 year old women and love love love Mario. I don’t like many games at all. But this one is right up my alley quick and exciting but would love a little more challenge and different things to do in the game.
  • Super Fun!

    By Brody Burke
    Love the game so much! I’m just tired of all the updates constantly, so annoying 😒

    By A Person 🙄
    Where’s it at tho?
  • Game constantly crashes!

    By Eleazar Hernandez
    This game would be great if it didn’t crash all the time. If I sit down to play a game. If I am able to complete four consecutive races I am surprised. Cmon Nintendo. Get your act together. Fix the game so it doesn’t crash so much.
  • Fun, but it’s pay to play and the battery usage is horrible

    By rutledgek
    Let’s face it, this game is built around micro transactions and a play pass subscription. I don’t expect to get much for free other than the basic game and that’s ok. I have two counts against it. 1) this game destroys my battery like crazy. Not sure why but it does. 2) I don’t like that it gives an illusion of racing other people by using screen names, etc.
  • Steer circle

    By 63Savi
    The new steer circle that was added on the last update is causing a problem for me. When my item is lined up with the steer circle, I can’t use it. I have to angle my cart so the item is to the side of the circle to be able to use it. This is frustrating when there are several drivers all around me and an item would really help me out but I can’t move to access it because it is under the steer circle. I have a new iPad and this game works so much better than when using my Samsung tablet. I didn’t have any problems with the items before the update. Please please fix this problem. I like the manual steering so maybe this is part of the problem. I really don’t care for the steer circle in as far as driving. Otherwise I absolute love this game!! I can’t wait for the multiplayer to become available.
  • Crashes on launch

    By Soprendo
    The game works fine on my iPad. On my SE however the game launches, after a few seconds it crashes!
  • Overjoyed!!!

    By Persistent21
    Mario kart for the phone I am loving more than On The game systems! Incredibly happy Nintendo Decided to make mario kart for Phone & Ipad. Been obsessed with it since it came out. They did very good with all the tech specs too! 🤓
  • This game still needs work.

    By C.Adame
    This game has gotten better in some regards but it still needs to fix the core of what it’s trying to do. The point system is kinda flawed since getting first place doesn’t guarantee you get all stars. To get the highest scores you need to hold a combo, which is mostly dictated by having the highest tier karts and gliders- and of course, to get the good stuff you definitely need to pay. The point system is weird because you’re trying to get points through combos, but none of the other racers are, their goal is to get first and they’ll break your combo doing it. It seems obvious that a freemium would reward people who pay more as opposed to f2p players who save over time, but the game doesn’t even reward you with many rubies to begin with. I can’t do 2 10 pulls without worrying that I’ll be spending too much and won’t have enough for future content. This is a problem because as I stated before, you need karts/gliders to score well, it makes the game have a heavy pay to win feel. Other Nintendo mobile games have been way more generous like Dragalia Lost and Fire Emblem: Heroes. It’s not all bad though, this is a very pretty game. If you want Mario character alts, this is where you’ll find them. At least there’s no stamina system, although there’s a limit if you want to grind exp/coins. The developers are still tweaking things, but I want this to be a reminder that they’re far from done. Other gripes are no pausing, making most rubies come from the weekly cup in which if you’re not good enough, you simply get none (and that can happen for weeks), and the repetitive courses, although the variants are well done. Less greed will obviously give free to play players a better chance, but it will also improve the overall experience.