Mario Kart's Race Track Now in Minecraft

Elina Rudkovsky


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Minecraft is full of all sorts of zest and unique items created by dedicated players. Users manage to recreate not only elements and objects of pop culture but also entire locations and even worlds. The recently unveiled Wild Woods Circuit is one of these. It is strikingly reminiscent of the popular Mario Kart game area.

A couple of days ago, a Reddit user named Pacckker published a post with a video review of a new location. The creator has taken full advantage of this sandbox game, including the recent Caves & Cliffs update. Instead of a racing track, there is a waterway, along which you can travel by rowboat. The entire route has been designed with great attention to detail. It runs through five unique locations, including caves, waterfalls, giant bridges, and more. Each of them has its own distinctive atmosphere, lighting, and decorations.

Other users have especially emphasized that it usually takes a lot of time and players to recreate a real place or a fantasy location. It is because gamers have to significantly change the world around them and adjust it to fit the intended area. Pacckker managed to make Wild Woods Circuit in about six months and with the help of seven more builders.

Projects like these are really worth the time, as they look like genuine works of art. Some commentators have noted that this is precisely what Minecraft was created for. During self-isolation, many users recreated well-known buildings, places, cities, and even countries (both real and fantasy) in it. In such locations, there are both decorative objects and items with which you can interact; for example, you can play chess.

Are you interested in the Wild Woods Circuit? Please share your favorite places in Minecraft with other users and us! Maybe you built something yourself?