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This guide will show you the recommended settings and control scheme in Mario Kart Tour. Read on to learn the uses of each of them and the best controls for beginners and advanced players.
This control scheme is recommended for beginners. You handle your driver by sliding left or right and the character will turn correspondingly. If you have played a racing game before in a casual environment, this is a great scheme to learn this game's basics on.
This control scheme is recommended for advances users. You handle your driver by sliding left or right and the character will drift correspondingly. When drifting for a long enough time, a mini boost will be initiated, allowing you to go faster. This control scheme is harder to turn with if you are not used to it, but it will allow you to boost more frequently. Recommended if you are familiar with the series or racing games in general.
This is a new feature of the game. You can now race in landscape mode by simply selecting the Landscape button.
Portrait mode is the default orientation for the old versions of the game. You can always set the screen orientation this way if you are more familiar with this setup.
Your device can choose which screen orientation it's going to use. It will depend on the position of your device. We won't recommend using this setup if you are using Gyro Handling, for it will ruin your screen orientation.
Note: Even if you're device's orientation is fixed or turned off, the game will freely choose which screen orientation its going to use.
When left/right controls is turned on, you can only steer using the left side of the screen and use items on the right side of the screen.
Note: This can only be used in Landscape Mode.
When this is turned on, you will see a button below (for portrait mode) or on the left side (for landscape mode). If you are using the simple control, the button that will appear will be Drift. If you are using Manual Drift, on the other hand, you will see the Steer button. Just hold that button to use the other steering controls!
When this option is turned on the map will be hidden in the game to save battery from your phone. It is recommended for this to be turned off so you can see in advance the turns for the track.
When manual drift setting is turned on, you can use a mini boost after a drift. If the setting is turned off you cannot drift and can only turn left and right, and mini boosts are used automatically. Ultra mini boosts cannot be done when this setting is turned off. Use manual drift if you are aiming for more points.
When smart steering is turned on, your kart will be automatically assisted to follow the designated road. If this setting is turned on it is easier to follow the course, but harder to access shortcuts.
When auto item is turned on, items you obtain from an item box are used automatically without you having to do the action when you pick up another item box. It is a good way to prevent wasting item boxes. However, if you wish to hold a shell or banana behind you for protection, it is recommended to be turn it off.
When gyro handling is turned on you must tilt your phone from either left or right to turn your kart. This will make steering more difficult so if you wish to get a higher score, we recommend keeping it off.
|Progressing through Mario Kart Tour|
|Things to Do When Starting Mario Kart Tour||Upgrading Your Drivers|
|Upgrading Your Karts||Upgrading Your Gliders|
|Increasing Your Player Level and Rewards||How to Increase Your Base Points|
|What Can You Buy in the Shop?||About the Gold Pass|
|Raising Your Skill Level||-|
|Controls and Techniques|
|Controls and Techniques||Recommended Settings|
|Rocket Start||Extending Glide Time|
|How to Get a High Score||Getting an Item Frenzy|
|How to Make Combos||How to Throw Items Forward and Backward|
|How to Break Snow Blocks||How to Take Out Thwomps|
|How to Take Out 5 Goats||How to Take Out Sidesteppers|
|How to Take Out Snowpeople||How to Take Out Pipes|
|How to Take Out 5 Traffic Cones||How to Take Out 5 Piranha Plants|
|How to Get a combo count of x30 or higher||How to Do 10 Ultra Mini-Turbos in a Single Race|
|How to Get a Nonstop Combo||How to Earn a Total Score of 20,000 or Higher in the Rosalina Cup|
|How to Earn a Score of 10,000 or Higher Using a Driver Wearing Tie||How to Land Hits with Bananas in a Single Race Using a Driver with a Mustache|
|How to Get Grand Stars||How to Get Coins|
|Coin Rush Guide and Tips||How to Get Rubies|
|How to Use Tickets||Badge Collection and How to Display Badges|
|Creating an Account||What to Do About Communication Errors|
|Maintenance Information||Online Battles|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Add Friends|
|Ranked Races||What is Point Boost?|
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I got 32,600 with a 6/4/7 set, and my glider is only a Normie banana-skill with 352 base points. If you can't non-stop the track, your point potential is severely limited.
send coins everyday!
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