Mario Kart: Super Circuit – Credits Piano Sheet Music

Mario Kart: Super Circuit is a Mario kart game released in 2001 for the Gameboy Advance.

The Mario Kart series are one of Nintendo’s top selling video games, with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch being the second best-selling game of 2017, behind Breath of The Wild. Mario Kart Wii sold over 100 millioon copies. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best-selling Mario Kart game to date.

In Mario Kart: Super Circuit when you complete a grand prix in first place, you see Mario and Luigi’s victory dance in the credits. In Mario Kart 8 Deluxe when you win a Grand Prix, instead of Mario and Luigi doing their victory dance – this time Mario and Mario look at each other with confusion. They then race off into the sunset together while Mario’s classic victory music plays. This is certainly a change from “Mario Kart: Super Circuit – Credits Piano Sheet Music”.

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