Total Drama Kart is a racing game. It was released in September 2012 on the all the Netindo 3DS and in August 2013 on the Wii U.

There are 12 racers that complete in each race.

The driversEdit

All 38 contestants from the Total Drama series are available from the start of the game.

  1. Beth
  2. Bridgette
  3. Cody
  4. Courtney
  5. DJ
  6. Duncan
  7. Eva
  8. Ezekiel
  9. Geoff
  10. Gwen
  11. Harold
  12. Heather
  13. Izzy
  14. Justin
  15. Katie
  16. Leshawna
  17. Lindsay
  18. Noah
  19. Owen
  20. Sadie
  21. Trent
  22. Tyler
  23. Alejandro
  24. Sierra
  25. Blaineley
  26. Anne Maria
  27. B
  28. Brick
  29. Cameron
  30. Dakota
  31. Dawn
  32. Jo
  33. Lightning
  34. Mike
  35. Sam
  36. Scott
  37. Staci
  38. Zoey


  1. Mushroom
  2. Triple Mushroom
  3. Star
  4. Red Shell
  5. Triple Red Shells
  6. Green Shell
  7. Triple Green Shells
  8. Banana
  9. Triple Banana
  10. Spiny Shell
  11. Lightning
  12. Bombs

Game modesEdit

Grand PrixEdit

In Grand Prix Mode, the player needs to win the cups against computer-controlled opponents. The difficulty level against CPU racers changes in each of the four engine classes, which are the following:

  • 50cc - Easy.
  • 100cc - Normal.
  • +150cc -
  • Mirror - Very Hard.


There are 16 courses in the game.

  • Nicktoons Cup: Downtown Bikini Bottom, Fairy World, Ghost Zone, Retroville.
  • Cartoon Network Cup: The Cul-de-Sac, Townsville, Camp Kidney, The Land of Ooo.
  • Disney Cup: Disneyland, Toontown, Danville, Middleton
  • Special Cup: Camp Wawanakwa, Montego Bay, The Serengeti, Kilauea, Hawaii.
  • All-Cup Tour: This is the conglomeration of all the cups in the game. The 16 courses are played through one after another in random order.

Time TrailsEdit

In Time Trials, a single player races courses over a set number of laps to record the fastest completion time. Before racing, by adding the player's name entry will register their records available. When a race gets started, the characters will have two mushrooms in hand for speed boost. The best time elapsed in a lap and a race on a specific track will be saved after completing the race. Once completed the race on that racecourse, the user is able to compete against either one or two ghosts. Otherwise, if a race is failed, the ghost data will not be saved.

Battle ModeEdit

Battle coursesEdit

  1. Nintendo GameCube (from Mario Kart Double Dash)
  2. Nintendo DS (from Mario Kart DS)
  3. Block Plaza (from Mario Kart Wii)
  4. Honeybee Hive (from Mario Kart 7)


  • This fake game uses items from the Mario Kart series.
  • This game uses courses from 12 different cartoon universes.
  • This game also uses 4 selected courses from the Mario Kart series.
  • This game uses karts, bikes, gliders, and underwater driving.