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Mario Kart Tour review
Mario Kart Tour is a mobile kart racing game, the fourteenth in the Mario Kart franchise, developed and published by Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. The game was announced in January 2018 and released on September 25, 2019, on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
As soon as you start playing on your smartphone or tablet, you get the feeling that you have already seen all this a hundred times, you know, and can. You can immediately drift, steer, board enemies, and shoot at them with bonus amplifiers collected on the road. For those who have not played Nintendo yet, we advise you to carefully study because already online, there are a lot of frostbitten Japanese people who have been racing in Mario Kart - their national sport. Traditionally, Mario Kart has three main game modes: 50, 100, and 150 "dice". For those who play for the first time, it is better to start at 50: moderate speed, no dashing thugs, everything is clear, interesting, and great - everyone can play, including kids. 100 and 150 are options for advanced gamers. But you can also try right away - be surprised. No arcade race can be compared to Mario Kart Tour in terms of the degree of frenzy, hardcore, and wildest fight, which you will get into from the very first start. There is also an option for 200 cubic meters, but it is only for seasoned racers and only for money.
The Mario Kart Tour graphics remain as bright as the latest versions to attract players' attention. The game impresses with colorful graphics, but it doesn't bother the player.
If you're familiar with the Wii version of Mario Kart, you can turn on the gyroscope to physically control the race by moving your phone in the desired direction. In parallel with this, you can use manual or automatic drifting. You can control the movement of your kart in various ways, but the simplest is to move your fingers across the screen to the right and left to turn; and hold your fingers on the screen, sliding them to the sides for a little longer to enter the drifting mode.