Mario Kart Tour’s steady drip-feed of new content continues soon with Cheep-Cheep Island, a track that originally appeared on Mario Kart: Super Circuit back in the Game Boy Advance days. According to the popular app’s official Twitter account, Cheep-Cheep Island is joining Mario Kart Tour as part of the Summer Tour event.
— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) June 25, 2021
Mario Kart Tour has slowly added a very large number of retro tracks to its arsenal – nearly forty in all. From Mario Kart: Super Circuit alone, players can already burn rubber on Bowser’s Castle 1, Bowser’s Castle 2, and Sunset Wilds. Nintendo’s constant support for the title is hardly a surprise given its immense popularity and financial success. Just a few months ago, the game officially surpassed 200M downloads and $200M in total revenue. That is pretty impressive stuff, and we can likely expect this game to receive support for a good while longer.
Have you played Mario Kart Tour? If so, what do you think of it? Do you still check it out every now and again, or did you move on to other games a long while ago? Let us know your thoughts on the game and its addition of Cheep-Cheep Island in the comment section below.