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Yes it is since Mario Kart Double Dash is a Mario Kart game

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Mario Kart Double Dash is the fourth game of the Mario Kart series. Mario Kart as well as all Mario games are developed by Nintendo. Mario Kart Double Dash is produced for the GameCube system.

No, Mario Kart Double Dash is for the GameCube. The handheld Mario Kart games are Mario Kart Super Circuit, Mario Kart DS, and Mario Kart 7.

No, there is not. However, Mario Kart Double Dash isn't the only Mario Kart Game. The other Mario Kart games are called Super Mario Kart, Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart Super Circuit, Mario Kart DS, and the upcoming Mario Kart Wii. Will there be 1 invented though i know bout the other ones its just this specific one .

no its only for game cube

No. Because Mario Kart: Double Dash is a Gamecube game, it is only compatible with the Gamecube controller. The Wii remote and classic controller will not work for this game.

There is no such game as 'Mario Kart 2', however there have been six Mario Kart games so far; 'Super Mario Kart' for the Super Nintendo, 'Mario Kart 64' for the Nintendo 64, 'Mario Kart: Super Circuit' for the Game Boy Advance, 'Mario Kart: Double Dash!!' for the Gamecube, 'Mario Kart DS' for the Nintendo DS and 'Mario Kart Wii' for the Nintendo Wii.

Mario Kart Double Dash!! is a GameCube game but you can play it on a Wii console if you have a GC controller.There is also a Mario Kart game on Wii, called Mario Kart Wii, but it's played in singles like the original Super Mario Kart, so the same character both drives and uses items, unlike MKDD, where one partner drives and the other partner uses items.

What you are asking for is emulation. Emulation is the porting of a console game to a computer, and is illegal if you do not own a copy of the game yourself. Anyways, if you play Mario Kart: Double Dash on your computer you cannot use any multiplayer functionality.

no, unless you have cheats for that game

In the video game Mario Kart Double Dash, you can unlock both Toad and Toadette by participating in the 100cc Special Cup Race. You must come in 1st place before they will unlock.

All tracks in a retro cup have appeared in a past mario-kart game. In Mario Kart wii, The are 16 new stages, along with 4 from Mario Kart 64, 4 from Mario Kart DS, 4 from Mario Kart Double Dash, 2 from Super Mario Kart, and 2 from Mario Kart Super Circuit.

The game automatically saves so you do not need to manually save

There is only one Mario Kart Wii game, but there are currently (Winter 2017) 7 other Mario Kart games: - Super Mario Kart (SNES) - Mario Kart Super Circuit (GBA) - Mario Kart 64 (N64) - Mario Kart Double Dash (GCN) - Mario Kart DS (DS) - Mario Kart Wii (Wii) - Mario Kart 7 (3DS/2DS) - Mario Kart 8 (WiiU)

The first ever Mario Kart game was released in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Mario Kart 64 was released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64 Mario Kart: Super Circuit was released in 2001 for the Game Boy Advance Mario Kart: Double Dash!! was released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube Mario Kart DS was released in 2005 for the Nintendo DS Mario Kart Wii was released in 2008 for the Wii.

Retro cups are the cups with retro tracks. These tracks originated or "came from" past Mario Kart games: Super Mario Kart for the SNES, Mario Kart 64 for N64, Mario Kart DS for the Nintendo DS, Mario Kart: Double Dash! for the Gamecube and Mario Kart: Super Circuit for the Gameboy Advance! They have been graphically redesigned to appear more appealing for the Wii game!

The All-Cup Tour is an unlockable mode in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! for the GameCube. It refers to playing every race in the game in a random order, and can also be set up via VS race options on Mario Kart Wii.

Metal Mario is not in Mario Kart Wii. The first Mario Kart game Metal Mario was a playable character in is Mario Kart 7, which came out after Mario Kart Wii.

Yes, the game is only available for the GameCube. You can, however, play it on a Wii as well, as the Wii is backwards compatible with GameCube games.

yes there is going to be a new Mario kart game called Mario kart battle of the legacy triple dash i don't when the release date is but there is going to be one. some new characters are baby wario,baby waluigi and dixie kong. hope i helped(:

There are both Mario Kart and Mario Kart Solus games available. With any game, Solus simply means that the game comes with no peripherals.

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