Mario Kart is a driving game where you are racing with other racers. On your screen, you have the map of other players and your position of the race.
|File Name:||0201 - Mario Kart DS (E)(Spliff).7z|
|Year of release:||2005|
Mario Kart DS is a racing video game and the fifth instalment in the Mario kart series and the second game for a handheld console. Nintendo released it in November 2005 for the Nintendo DS. It holds the traditional single-driver kart racing where players race against the competitors in obstacle tracks. Players use item-based weaponry to gain more advantages over their opponents.
Player competes against other racers as one of the twelve characters from the Mario series like Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Wario, Toad and Bowser. There are also unlockable characters like Daisy, Waluigi, Dry Bones, and Rob. In the beginning, only two Karts are available, as the player progresses you can unlock new Kart. The racing course features item boxes from which the player receives a randomly selected item. The player can use items from these boxes to gain an advantage over other racers. Some things even allow the player to attack their competitors to slow them down. Some of the items help players to increase their speed. There new items- the Blooper which spurts ink on the racers, blocking their sight and the Bullet bill, which autopilots the track.
There are five single-player game modes:
You can run this ROM on a Nintendo DS emulator. Nintendo DS has become very popular among gamers, and they can use it to emulate games on PCs and mobile phones. Some of the DS emulator on which you can play this game are:
Check out the following games if you liked Mario Kart:
1. Mario Kart64
Mario Kart64 is available for Nintendo64. It's a Kart racing game in which the player controls one of the eight Mario characters that he has selected. The race tracks differ in shape and theme. There are four battle course and sixteen racecourses.
2. Super Mario All-Stars
In this game, the player picks up the objects such as vegetables and throws them at enemies. The player selects them from an in-game menu and can leave at any time by pausing. The games in Super Mario All-Stars are available on Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).
3. Super Mario world
Nintendo developed Super Mario World in 1990 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The story follows Mario's journey to save Princess Peach and Dinosaur Land from the villainous Bowser and his minions, the Koopalings.