3 Answers. Basically, you just need to get a medal (bronze, silver or gold) in single player Grand Prix mode in each cup. You have to beat all the different cups on the different classes (50cc, 100cc, etc.)
How do you unlock more maps on Mario Kart Wii?
Obtain a trophy in the Mushroom Cup and Flower Cup to unlock the tracks in the Star Cup. To get a trophy, you have to finish each cup race in first, second or third place. Complete the tracks of the Star Cup with a score that earns a trophy. This will unlock the tracks of the Special Cup.
Can you unlock tracks in Mario Kart Wii in multiplayer?
Yes, you gotta unlock things via singeplayer cups + timetrails. Plus, you gotta unlock the rest of the cups in singleplayer so you can pick courses from the locked cups in multiplayer.
How do you unlock vehicles in Mario Kart Wii?
Win the Leaf Cup on 50cc to unlock the Turbo Blooper kart. Win the Lightning Cup on 100cc to unlock the Zip Zip bike. Win the Leaf Cup on 150cc to unlock the Royal Racer kart. Get a 1-star rank on all 100cc Grand Prix Cups to unlock the Sneakster bike.
What is the fastest car in Mario Kart Wii?
It is the fastest bike in the game, and resembles an actual torpedo missile on the front of the bike. When it performs a Wheelie, it’s speed actually exceeds the Jetsetter’s, making it the fastest vehicle in the game.
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How do you unlock Mario Kart Wii levels?
To unlock all of the levels on “Mario Kart Wii,” you must win a trophy at each of the Cups. Win a trophy in the Flower and Mushroom Cup to unlock the Star Cup. You must place at least third place in each Cups to win a trophy. Win a trophy in the Star Cup to unlock the Special Cup.
Who is Peachette?
Peachette is a form of Toadette who also appears as a primary spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The player must fight the possessed fighters of Princess Peach, Mario, Luigi in their default costumes along with a Mii Brawler in its Toad costume.
What is r/t in Mario Kart?
R is for reverse, T is for “Tricks.” The R courses are the same as the normal course, except you go backwards. The T courses have a bunch more ramps and jumps and stuff.