Mario Kart Tour on a Windows PC Archives

Mario Kart Tour on a Windows PC Archives

Mario Kart Tour on a Windows PC Archives

Mario Kart Tour on a Windows PC Archives

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It's the weekend, and you know what that means! It's time to stay in ... again. But don't let the corona blues get you down. You can still have a great time with your friends and family through online games. See suggestions below:

Jackbox Party Packs (PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC/Mac, Apple TV/iPad, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Nvidia Shield TV, and Xfinity X1)
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Jackbox Games

Jackbox Party Pack 3

Oh Jackbox Games, how I love thee, let me count the ways. Since 2011, Jackbox, which previously produced the popular You Don't Know Jack trivia series, has been releasing creative party game packs that are perfect for remote, multiplayer use.

To help you get started, Jackbox has a helpful guide to remote gaming, and from now until April 10, is allowing users to download one of its games, Drawful 2, for free on the Steam store (Windows/Mac/Linux), Xbox One, and Apple TV (it's also 99% off in the Nintendo eShop for Switch in the U.S.). For a limited time, you can also get the Conquer COVID-19 Humble Bundle, featuring "$1,000+ worth of games and eBooks for only $30," with proceeds going directly to charitable organizations responding to the effects of COVID-19, including Direct Relief, Doctors Without Borders, Partners In Health, and International Rescue Committee.

While some might not be suitable for online use — for example, Fakin' It requires actions like pointing at other people in the room — others, like the absurdly funny t-shirt design game Tee K.O., the fill-in-the-blank game Quiplash, and Trivia Murder Party are well suited to social distancing. Most games require anywhere from 2-8 players or more (Lie Swatter can accommodate up to 100).

Stingray Karaoke (Apple Store and Google Play)
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Stringray Karaoke

Is karaoke considered a party game? If you've ever seen the 2000 competitive karaoke movie Duets,starring '80s frontman/rock dad Huey Lewis and Goop's own Gwyneth Paltrow, you know it can get quite ruthless. Now you can try to out-belt your family and friends with the Stingray Karaoke app.

Available to download and use for free through April 18, the app gives you unlimited access to a catalog of over 50,000 songs spanning decades, genres, and languages. To make it easy, there are even pre-made party mixes like Motown Classics, Totally '80s, and Just For Kids for those young chanteuses who just want to repeatedly sing "Let It Go."

For concert-lovers, Stingray is also giving free access to its Classica app(with promo code "freeview"), which features classical music and opera performances, and Qello, where, according to a press release, users can watch a variety of full-length concert films and music documentaries, including from Madonna’s Confession Tour and Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz Tour, as well as the documentary Sensation: The Story of Tommy, featuring The Who.

Mario Kart Tour(Apple App Store and Google Play) 

Race your friends and family in the comfort of your own home through the Mario Kart Tour app. You and up to seven other players can speed through courses as various Nintendo characters like Mario and Luigi, Princess Peach, and Bowser. To get started, you need to download the game (which varies from the console version) and create a Nintendo account. While the standard version is free to download and play, there are also in-app updates you can purchase.

Classic games(Apple App Store and Google Play)

Those looking for some more traditional tabletop fun will find plenty to choose from. You can currently download free app versions of classic board and card games like UNO, Scattergories, and Risk: Global Domination (also on Steam), as well as many others. All are available to play with multiple players, and some even have options to play as a duo or part of a team.
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Mario Kart Tour Now Available to Download (and Play) on Android, iOS

Nintendo fans have been waiting a long time for Mario Kart Tour for mobile devices - more than a year - and now, the game is finally live on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can head to your phone's respective app stores and download the game. According to the description on the Apple App Store, the servers will go live at around 1:00 PDT or around 1:30pm IST. The games shows up on both store here in India and we were able to play it on both Android and iOS, which means the servers seem to be live now, although this could vary by regions.

After installing the game, you will need to link your Nintendo account to it, before you can proceed. If you don't have one, the app will take you to a webpage where you can create one from scratch or pull most of the details from a Facebook or Google account. You will need to create a new password and do a two-factor authentication in order to activate the account. Once, activated, you get the option to link it to the game. After that, you're taken back to the game where you get a random character and try out a test lap.

We had some glitches connecting to the severs intermittently, but we managed to eventually connect after a few retries. The game offers various race tracks, inspired from real-world locations as well as some popular ones from the Mario Kart series. The game is about 120MB on Android, and 192.8MB on iOS. It requires an Internet connection to play. It's a free game but there are in-app purchases too, ranging from Rs. 159 to Rs. 5,500. The description says that it also “may include advertising.” The game offers a variety of characters, karts, and gliders — all of which can be collected and upgraded. As we mentioned, the game is now available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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Mario Kart Tour Is Here: How to Download and Play

Nintendo has finally let Mario and his band of buddies hit the tracks on your smartphone and tablet. Now available for download on iOS and Android devices, Mario Kart Tour brings the addictive quirks of the cult favorite racing game to the palm of your hands.

While it’s not quite as complex as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe—one of our favorite Switch games on the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite—Mario Kart Tour is fun and free-to-play.

MORE: Nintendo Switch vs. Switch Lite

You can cough up some cash to unlock new characters, tracks, and car parts. Otherwise you’re committed to the courses Nintendo swaps out every two weeks. But that’s not all you need to know about Mario Kart Tour before getting started. Rev your engines: here’s how to download and play Nintendo’s latest mobile release.

 How to download Mario Kart Tour on your phone

Step 1: Connect to a strong Wi-Fi network and launch the App Store on your mobile device. Download Mario Kart Tour for iOS or Android.  

Step 2: Open the app on your device. You’ll be prompted to connect to your Nintendo account. Either sign in to an existing Nintendo account or make a new one. 

Step 3: Walk through the automatic tutorial guide to launch your kart driver and get racing. 

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