Sometimes it seems like Montreal’s roads could be added to classic ‘Mario Kart’ tracks like Wario Stadium, Toad’s Turnpike, Koopa Beach, and Kalimari Desert.
Think about it: “Goomba’s Construction Zone”
Twitter user @sssssssssierra recently shared a short video of Clarke Avenue in Montreal, comparing it to “an advanced level of Mario Kart.”
- This Quebec go-kart company will transform any arena into a Mario Kart-style race track
- Niagara Falls’ real-life Mario Kart track is open for the season
- You can ride a real life Mario Kart through the streets of Tokyo
In the quick video, Clarke can be seen loaded with a dozen of orange traffic cones and construction signs going up a hill.
Montreal is basically an advanced level of Mario Kart pic.twitter.com/8OPY7HWU6K
— sierra (@sssssssssierra) September 5, 2019
Sierra, a fan of the N64 version of the game, told Daily Hive that Montreal could be a “hard level with all the cones and potholes.”
Too bad the video wasn’t taken on Peel Street, we’d be able to throw down so many banana-related Mario Kart puns.
The video, which has gobbled up more than 88k views since Wednesday, triggered a reaction from Tweeters who agreed with the Montreal-Mario Kart comparison.
This the final MTL boss after you defeat all the other roads
— Bruno (@brunnycambolo) September 5, 2019
As hard as rainbow road https://t.co/TKBdrGxUSI
— alex requiz 🇻🇪 (@alexrequiz) September 5, 2019
Driving >>> going to laRonde https://t.co/0pCvGl3Gg8
— Le Président (@emilie_avec_1_i) September 5, 2019
This is the most Montreal thing I’ve seen on Twitter this week. https://t.co/r8JyLmUE7e
— Matt Drake (@DrakeMT) September 5, 2019
This is accurate. Wish I had the 🌟 power all day! https://t.co/9VJlYRj5Ed
— Jim (@Mimo8228) September 5, 2019
— sEaN 🤪 (@inMBwetrust) September 5, 2019
If your car is still in good shape after, then buy a 6/49
— SébastienLapointe (@LapointeSebas) September 5, 2019
Imagine getting a golden mushroom in there https://t.co/S7b20GZzc1
— Is Elhon Musque subtle enough ? (@Wesleys_Theory) September 5, 2019
Nice to know we can still be surprised tbh.
— FNoMTL (@FNoMTL) September 5, 2019
Rainbow road>>>>>Montreal’s streets https://t.co/Y50FIE87Gh
— Dre_mxb (@DreMxb) September 5, 2019