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Safari Kart

Safari Kart is clearly inspired by Mario Kart, but falls a bit short.

If you're itching for some kart racing fun on iOS, then Safari Kart could be what you need if you don't have Mario Kart

Safari Kart

by Mobiteos
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Safari Kart
Safari Kart
FREE in the App Store

If you're itching for some kart racing fun on iOS, then Safari Kart could be what you need if you don't have Mario Kart.

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Pick your racer. Safari Kart has a total of eight racers that have their own stats. You start off with four of them from the start, and must unlock the rest. It's best to try out a few to find the best racer for your style.

Pick your racer
Race to the finish line

Race to the finish line. With your racer, get to the finish line by the third lap before the rest! It's an intense battle, and make sure to use the power-ups to your advantage as you pass by the purple boxes.

Focus on the race. Safari Kart is a quirky kart racer, but it has a few flaws. One is a wonky physics engine that can result in more frustration than fun.

Focus on the race

What is it about?

Visually, Safari Kart looks like an older Wii or PlayStation 2 title, due to the rough and jagged edges of the 3-D rendered objects and environments. The textures of the roads are also a bit dated, compared to other iOS games that are available. In general, Safari Kart’s graphics have a bit of a low-poly aesthetic, but personally, I just find that it adds to the charm of the game — these are karts, not exotic sports car racing we’re talking about. The color palette in Safari Kart has a nice range, as it features plenty of bold and vibrant hues as well as earthy tones, depending on the environment you’re racing through. Animations are fairly smooth and fluid, with no lag or choppiness on my iPhone 7. There’s an upbeat and eccentric soundtrack to go along with each track, and the sound effects are fun. While Safari Kart certainly doesn’t beat out other games in terms of graphics, I think the end result is decent enough for what it is — a quirky kart racer.

App Details

Casual Racing
Last updated
January 14, 2020
Release date
June 28, 2017
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App Store Description

Race from volcanic jungles to freezing cold ice lakes, unlocking new tracks and characters. Can you be the one to champion all of the Cups?

-Choose from eight colorful characters
-Singleplayer and ONLINE multiplayer with up to 8 players!
-Compete in 12 unique tracks
-Use different power-ups to gain an edge!
-Drift around corners for a boost
-Four different classes, from beginner to SUPER TURBO!
-Challenge your friend (or foes) on local Wi-Fi Multiplayer!

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