Mario Kart Control Schemes

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Apr 10, 2008

Mario Kart Control Schemes by jeffsteez at 12:46 PM (1,604 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. jeffsteez
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    Newcomer jeffsteez Member

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    Hi,

    Can anyone explain the control system for using the nunchuck control scheme with Mario Kart?

    Or point me to a link.

    Especially the manual controls.

    Thanks
     
  2. mickthestud

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    ill let you know in 3 days when i finish downloading the son af a bitch
     
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    hmmm ... you should be able to download the manual from the official Nintendo site ... they usually have their manuals there, in .pdf format.
     
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    If you start a one player grand prix game, when the page appears which lets you choose auto or manual, there is another icon on that page to click that explains it.

    basically B button jumps so when you turn a corner, you press and keep it in to jump and slide round. Blue flame gives you a boost, orange flame gives you a bigger boost. Bikes can only blue boost as they can boost on straights by wheelying, flicking the remote up and pressing B to cancel the wheelie.

    You flick the remote up, down, left or right on any jump to perform a trick which gives a boost when you land.

    Z throws items. Press up and Z to throw items forward. You can dangle a shell behind you and fire it at an incoming shell to avoid it.
     
  5. jeffsteez
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    Cheers for the info.
     

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