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Frappe Snowland: The History of Mario Kart 64's Most Broken Track

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    balooga
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    This takes me back to my dorm days of pretty intense MK64 battles with my roommates. None of us were in the world record scene but we were interested in whatever shortcuts we could pull off. In...

    This takes me back to my dorm days of pretty intense MK64 battles with my roommates. None of us were in the world record scene but we were interested in whatever shortcuts we could pull off. In particular we all mastered the Wario Stadium wall-hop trick and would race just to see who could pull it off the cleanest. I'm probably too rusty to execute it today, but watching these Frappe Snowland stunts is giving me a real nostalgia trip.

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    1. cfabbro
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      I'm glad it brought back such memories, and thanks for sharing them. I am not much for driving games (unless Rocket League counts?) and never actually owned a Nintendo console until the Wii, so I...

      I'm glad it brought back such memories, and thanks for sharing them. I am not much for driving games (unless Rocket League counts?) and never actually owned a Nintendo console until the Wii, so I didn't really get into Mario Kart all that much... although I did regularly play GoldenEye at a buddy's house, which was similarly hyper-competitive for my group of friends. ;)

      p.s. You might get a kick out of SummoningSalt's other MK64 videos:

      Choco Mountain: The History of Mario Kart 64's Most Infamous Track
      World Record Progression: Mario Kart 64

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