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  • Wario's Gold Mine
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  • When on a turn where the Gold Mine cars and a Wario sign are, keep straight and go with the GM cars. There are Boost Pads and it is shorter than the actual way. Tip: when about to finish on final lap do not use the boost pad as you can finish quicker because the boost up helps after the finish line.
  • Wario's Gold Mine (known as Wario Mine in Japan) is a course in Mario Kart Wii. It is the final course in the Flower Cup and thus the eighth track in the entire game. It takes place in a busy mine bustling with gold carts and fluttering bats. Players drive on a small platform surrounded by railroads, with many swerves. There is also a shaft that you can go on without any boosts, but the gold carts head to the shortcut, so only go when the coast is clear.
  • Wario's Gold Mine is a track that first appeared in Mario Kart Wii as the last track of the Flower Cup, and in Mario Kart 8, as the first track of the Triforce Cup. There are no railings for most of the track, making it easy to fall of. It is themed on a Gold Mine owned by Wario, hence the name. In Mario Kart Wii, Wario's Gold Mine has two staff ghosts; one has a time of 02:19.585 and uses Wario on the Wario Bike, and the other is unlockable by getting a time of 02:15.323 or faster, and has a time of 02:04.800 with Wario on the Flame Flyer.
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Series
Name
  • Wario's Gold Mine
  • Wario's Gold Mine ワリオ鉱山
App
Type
  • Location
Caption
  • An aerial view of the track in Mario Kart 8.
  • Wario's Gold Mine as it appears in Mario Kart Wii
FirstApp
  • Mario Kart Wii
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game-retro
  • Mario Kart 8
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Song
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Music
  • (Mario Kart Wii) Gm_-vcOEFmM (Mario Kart 8) snLYhGYNr3Q
Class
  • C
firstgame
  • Mario Kart Wii
Image
  • The final race in Flower Cup.
Creator
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  • Wario's Gold Mine is a track that first appeared in Mario Kart Wii as the last track of the Flower Cup, and in Mario Kart 8, as the first track of the Triforce Cup. There are no railings for most of the track, making it easy to fall of. It is themed on a Gold Mine owned by Wario, hence the name. In Mario Kart Wii, Wario's Gold Mine has two staff ghosts; one has a time of 02:19.585 and uses Wario on the Wario Bike, and the other is unlockable by getting a time of 02:15.323 or faster, and has a time of 02:04.800 with Wario on the Flame Flyer. In Mario Kart 8, the staff ghost kart setup is Wario driving a Standard Kart with Monster tires and a Super Glider.
  • When on a turn where the Gold Mine cars and a Wario sign are, keep straight and go with the GM cars. There are Boost Pads and it is shorter than the actual way. Tip: when about to finish on final lap do not use the boost pad as you can finish quicker because the boost up helps after the finish line.
  • Wario's Gold Mine (known as Wario Mine in Japan) is a course in Mario Kart Wii. It is the final course in the Flower Cup and thus the eighth track in the entire game. It takes place in a busy mine bustling with gold carts and fluttering bats. Players drive on a small platform surrounded by railroads, with many swerves. There is also a shaft that you can go on without any boosts, but the gold carts head to the shortcut, so only go when the coast is clear.
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