Mario Circuit

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Mario Circuit
Mario Circuit FS.png
Mario Circuit's appearance in Fortune Street
Franchise Mario
First appearance Itadaki Street DS (2007)
Latest appearance Fortune Street (2011)
Owner Mario
“Remember, everybody: safety first! Make sure you buckle up!”
Toad, Fortune Street

Mario Circuit is a game board that appears in both Itadaki Street DS and Fortune Street. It is based on the location of the same name from the Mario Kart series.

History[edit]

Itadaki Street DS[edit]

MariocircuitDS.png

Mario Circuit first appears as a playable stage in Itadaki Street DS. It is loosely based on the Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart DS versions.

In Tour Mode, the player must get first or second place to clear the board. The competitors are Luigi, Birdo and Toad. Clearing this board unlocks Birdo.

Fortune Street[edit]

Mario Circuit makes a return as a playable board in Fortune Street. The design of the board is based on Mario Kart Wii, though the route of the track is identical to its appearance in the previous game. In Tour mode, the player has to get at least 2nd place against Mario, Daisy, and Diddy Kong. Mario Circuit is also the only Mario franchise board in which the layout of the board does not change between the Easy and Standard rules.

Squares[edit]

Type of square Number of squares
(Standard rules)
Number of squares
(Easy rules)
FS Bank Square.png
Bank
1 1
FS Shop Square.png
Shop
28 28
FS Spade Square.png
Spade suit
1 1
FS Heart Square.png
Heart suit
1 1
FS Diamond Square.png
Diamond suit
1 1
FS Club Square.png
Club suit
1 1
FS Venture Square.png
Venture
3 3
FS Take-a-break Square.png
Take-a-break
1 1
FS Vacant Lot Square.png
Vacant plot
Varies 0
FS Boon Square.png
Boon
1 1
FS Arcade Square.png
Arcade
1 1
FS Roll-on Square.png
Roll-on
1 1

Description[edit]

  • Flag of USA.png "A race track built within the Mushroom Kingdom. There's a never-ending drone of white-hot engines whizzing around the track."

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Circuito Mario Mario Circuit