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Nintendo Tomy K'nex - Circuito de karts con Mario y Luigi
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- Construir Mario Kart en su Sprinter y Luigi en su Sprinter Kart
- Starting Line edificable
- El módulo de sonido Mystery Box con la puesta en marcha sonidos del juego
- 2 motores Super-rápido, que funcionan con batería para karts y 2 artículos de colección: Seta y Star
- 16 piezas de vía edificable crean un circuito cerrado
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This amazing race track and kart kit features battery powered motorised action and actual sounds from the popular Mario Kart Wii video game The connectable track system works with all other K Nex Mario Kart Wii building sets Collect them all to build entire tracks from the game Includes Mario and Luigi figures 2 motorized karts sound module plus the mushroom and star power up items Officially licensed by Nintendo Requires 4xAAA Batteries Mario has been starring in games since 1981 and over 30 years later is still as fresh and exciting as ever He has appeared in over 200 titles and is the best selling video game star of all time notching over 210 million unit sales to date His popularity has spread via numerous cross over projects including TV shows comics and even films and lead to Mario becoming a cultural icon Mario Kart first raced its way onto our screens in 1992 to critical and commercial success and has since developed into one of the most loved and popular game series of all time It introduced more characters from the Mario Universe to gamers over the years and is as popular now as ever becoming a mainstay in top 10 charts and greatest game of all time lists 3 2 1 Let s a go
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One thing I didn't realize was that the cars automatically go. I had assumed they were remote control cars, which would have been much more fun. It's basically a "turn it on and watch them go around and around and around" sort of a thing. Sometimes the cars randomly spin around, which makes it fun to watch, but seeing as you don't have control over them, it just gets crazy. Of course, if the kids wanted more control, they would just play the actual video game, so it doesn't really matter.
Another weird thing was that you have to take off the characters' legs for them to sit in the cars. That just means that legs are going to get lost.
If I hadn't spent $45 on it, maybe I wouldn't have expected it to be more than it was. A good price for this would probably have been $25.