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Kronology of Mario Kart
Where will the series go next?
June 6, 2017

In 1992, the original Super Mario Kart was released, launching the international sensation Mario on a whole new adventure. Instead of the platforming formula fans had grown used to, this new series put players behind the wheel in cars, or “Karts” driven by their favorite characters. It was an instant hit.

Kronology of Mario Kart

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Since then we’ve seen many iterations and sequels to Mario Kart on a variety of video game platforms including Super Nintendo (SNES), Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, Gamecube, Nintendo DS, Wii, 3DS, Wii U and most recently, Mario Kart 8: Deluxe for the brand new Nintendo Switch. This infographic will take you on a walk down memory lane as you see when each game was released, which console it was released on, how many units sold, and the fun powerups you could obtain and use in the game. Where will the series go next?

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