MarioKart Mini for WM
XDA member zarpy brings us yet another game to allow us to leave our game consoles at home. This time, it is the Italian plumber’s turn to grace our WM devices with MarioKart Mini. The game is pretty straight forward, basically you control Mario, who in turn is driving a kart in a course ridden with dangers and treasures. The game may not be exactly like the original Mario Kart game, but it will certainly allow you to spend those extra minutes of the day relaxing and chilling with your all time favorite video game character.
Please leave some feedback to the developer. The game is only for WVGA devices.
This is a simple mini game version of MarioKart for your windows mobile device. You play as Mario , avoiding the rocks comming towards you and collecting stars for points.
Tap left side of screen to move left and tap right side of screen to move right.
- Collect stars to earn 500 points each.
- Avoid rocks , if game over , the game will auto-restart.
- Your current score is to the left and your high score is to the right next to mario character.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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