Mole Kart arrives in the App Store, appears to be a complete clone of Mario Kart

Mole Kart has arrived in the App Store and if you are looking for a game that resembles the original Nintendo Mario Kart, you need look no further. After Nintendo sees how this game looks and plays, we are sure it will be talking with its legal team.

Your favorite Mole characters come together to battle it out in an adrenaline-fueled race to the finish line. They are zooming on to your iPhone and iPad for party racing showdown.Test your skills across different landscapes and unique tracks, ranging from freezing glaciers, cliffhanging mountains, waterfalls and even Mole’s World. Experience new challenges, all kinds of monsters, extraordinary gameplay and much more! Challenge up to four friends over WiFi or Bluetooth.

  • Choose from 7 unique tracks, set in Mole Pasture,X.Mushroom,Sky Remnant, Mole’s Garden and other fantasy environments.
  • Go through completing challenges and watch out for outrageous monsters that may await you at any turn!
  • 6 iconic Mole characters, each has a custom built vehicle with special abilities to match against tough terrains and all racing conditions.
  • Whether racing around an obstacle-filled track or battling in an arena, drifting and tossing items are the keys to Mole Kart success. You can toss a prop to temporarily boost their speed or create an explosion to block competitors. 19 super cool power-ups to outwit your opponents and enhance your racing experience!
  • Manual or automatic modes! Experience the ultimate drifting by tilting the device or controlling the virtual stick.
  • Local Multiplayer Mode: Battle up to four friends online either on WiFi or Bluetooth.
  • Excellent graphic and 3D experience, feel the thrill of racing like never before!

Mole Kart is currently available for $2.99 and is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad; it is a universal binary too. You will need to spend a little more if you want to unlock additional tracks and features throughout the game via in-app purchases.

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  • As close as this copy is, I would expect Apple to pull it themselves, with or without a request from Nintendo.
  • Meh I not gonna waste my money on this. Thats why I have a 3DS to get the real stuff
  • And over 10 times the price? :p
  • And over 15 times the quality! :P
  • Still can't get iCade support on new games? Why are devs missing out on this opportunity!?
  • This is so weak and it Plays mad slow that's just from watching this cheap video. It's totally a swagger jack of Mario kart just change the players and keep everything else. I do want a Mario kart on here but not some lame excuse for one. I hate this ghetto version of it. Total copy right breach
  • This game is weak. Its slow to respond on the iPhone4. And while I am not as savvy as i used to be on video games, even on easy, the races are basically impossible to win. Don't bother.
  • Dude are you serious? I won the first race I played with ease.
    This game IS mario kart and plays well, so get it before its taken off the app store.
  • Wow, yeah on normal mode it was super easy.... Hmm, I was referring to the time trials.
  • Games Will Change...
  • Magnificent site. Plenty of helpful info here. I am sending it to a few buddies ans also sharing in delicious. And obviously, thanks in your sweat!