A Minecart in Donkey Kong Country Returns.


A Super Smash Bros. Brawl Minecart.


A Minecart in Wario's Gold Mine.

Minecarts are obstacles found in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Mario Kart Wii. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Minecarts appear in a few levels such as The Battlefield Fortress, and The Ruins. They are found with their trunks open. When the player jumps in one, it will move. To get out of a Minecart, simply jump. Minecarts are very fast, and because of their speed, they will KO an enemy in contact with them no matter how much health the enemy had, or what difficulty it was. Minecarts move faster than the player does. When in Minecarts, the player should watch out for yellow signs that tell the player to jump out of the Minecart because the track is broken. Minecarts either fall off a ledge or crash into a wall and become flames, meaning it is impossible to have an endless Minecart trip. The arrow on a Minecart points which direction it will go when the player jumps in one. In Mario Kart Wii, Minecarts appear in Wario's Gold Mine. They can be seen going on the mine tracks. They act as obstacles in some parts of the course. Any player who hits a Minecart will be knocked away. These Minecarts have Wario's "W" on them and are filled with gold inside them. Minecarts reappear in Donkey Kong Country Returns as a rideable obstacle. Like the Rocket Barrel, it appears in a total of 6 levels: Crazy Cart, Rickety Rails, Grip & Trip, Bombs Away, Prehistoric Path and Roasting Rails which require the use of the Minecart for most of it. While the Kongs (Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong) can jump with their Minecart, in Rickety Rails, Grip & Trip and Roasting Rails, the Kongs can jump off of their Minecart.

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