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Banshee Boardwalk as it appears in Mario Kart 64
|Series||Mario Kart series|
|First game||Mario Kart 64|
Mario Kart 64
Banshee Boardwalk appeared as a third track of the Special Cup in Mario Kart 64. It takes place in night with brown bridge floating in the water. The player may think it's a very gloomy course in the game because there aren't any bright lights. There is also lamps and collapsing old houses with cracks and boxes of huge amounts of bats.
Layout: The player starts on the beginning of the wooden path bridge floating on the bluish-teal water. Some parts of the bridge has brown rails while other parts of bridge has none. If the player goes straightaway into the brown bridge, you can see a huge Cheep-Cheep leaping out of the water trying to swallow you. But this gluttonous fish leaps over incredibly high so it won't feed on the player. After exiting the bridge, the player enters inside an abandoned slate-grey house with reddish-black floor and cracks. If the player enters there, a box bleak entrance will open, sending millions of bats to nudge you backward. You can avoid this savage animals by going against the wall which will protect you from the bats. When you exit the house, go to the bridge. There are three lamps sticked horizontally which will help you see in the dark by sending a light. Then head to the finish
Mario Kart DS
Banshee Boardwalk he reappeared as a second track of Lightning Cup in DS version. The are no modifications, but purple birds called Swoopers that resemble bats has replaced them. The bridge looks slightly thin but little bit wider in N64 version.