Cuberluigi CT Pack
|Type:||Riivolution, ISO Patcher|
|Tracks:|| 1076 custom tracks, |
32 original tracks
|Date of latest version:||2020-10-17|
Cuberluigi CT Pack is a custom track distribution created by HackStarz and Ιυιgι. Nintendo tracks were available since Beta 6. There are many track variants. It uses LE-CODE, vehicle stat modifications and it has the Countdown, Item Rain, Random Items, Bob-omb Blast, Mushroom Dash, Double Framerate, and Time Trials Online game modes, as well as (friend room only) combinations of those modes. As of 2020-11-18, the distribution has been discontinued.
You can find a spreadsheet of the vehicle modifications here.
When updating from a Beta build to RC1 onward, users must download the base and update again, with the base still being installed first, then the update. Updates for versions newer than RC1 have to be installed to a version that is RC1 or newer.
- Always check on this page for updates before playing online! Just because there isn't a new update on the front page releases doesn't always mean there isn't one! If you want to get notified on updates right when they come out, and also get access to early releases, consider joining the Discord server.
- It is currently an early release. There are many bugs, limitations, and also a few freezes. Remember to check the list of bugs found on this page, and report any bugs you find to the Discord server. Custom characters are not recommended. However, they shouldn't cause problems on Dolphin.
- The minimum size of SD Card/USB supported is 4 GB. A common issue when installing the distribution is that users don't have enough storage available on their SD Card/USB.
Q: Tracks are freezing!
This could have a few causes. You may have an older version that has the freeze present. You can tell if you're on Beta if it doesn't say it will send you back to the Wii System Menu after you freeze. Another cause is that the distribution didn't install correctly, because there wasn't enough space on your SD Card/USB. Or maybe it's some weird bug that a few may have possibly gotten. If it's that last case, use a USB if you used an SD Card, or vice versa. Don't worry about installation, they work exactly the same in this case.
Q: There aren't any new track slots! (RC1 and onward only)
You didn't install the Gamma update (RC1 and onward) correctly. Updates beyond RC1 can only be installed to the new base. Download the base again, then extract the base, then the update again. That should fix this.
Q: Tracks don't appear and the track selection is messed up!
This should only happen on Riivolution, so I am assuming you were using that when this bug happened. It's actually a bug in Riivolution, and I'll explain the cause. When selecting options in Riivolution, I found that there is a second set of the same options. If these are selected in the game mode setting, it will cause this bug. A similar bug might also happen with My Stuff folders, where it doesn't load the mods in the My Stuff folder, but we are not sure. To get around this bug, keep scrolling on the selection until it is on Disabled. Then you'll be back at the real options, and you can go right to select them. But if this doesn't fix it, delete the RMC*.xml (the * being your region letter) in the config folder in your riivolution folder on the SD card. It will delete the configurations, and reset the options. Make sure you enable Cuberluigi CT Pack and disable everything else before loading the distribution. That should solve it.
Q: How do I change the game mode?
The game mode can be selected through the Custom Tracks selection in Riivolution. For your information, "Enabled" just means Default.
Q: Why doesn't Battle Mode work?
Battle Mode is not supported yet. If custom arena slots become available in LE-CODE, we may start supporting it.
Q: I'm having issues with Multiplayer.
Multiplayer is not officially supported, but custom tracks will still be available for it. Not all tracks may work.
Q: Tracks names don't appear!
This is because you are using custom text in your My Stuff folder. (Example: MenuSingle_U.szs) Delete/move these files out of the My Stuff folder, and then the issue should be fixed. If the issue is not fixed after doing this, installing/reinstalling the latest update patch should fix it for sure.
Q: What custom UI can I use?
Cuberluigi CT Pack utilizes custom MenuSingle, MenuMulti, Globe, and Title SZS files. Don't use language files for those, like for example, MenuSingle_U.szs. Everything else should be fine. But for MenuSingle and MenuMulti, they have to be patched for the custom cup layout. You don't need to put in the Cuberluigi CT Pack cup icons, because if there aren't enough icons, the game will still work, but the missing icons will be replaced with garbage data.
Q: There aren't 1076 custom tracks! I counted myself!
Why does that matter? Plus, there are 1076 tracks for sure. Counting manually isn't accurate. If you do actually count around 980, you didn't update correctly. Refer to There aren't any new track slots! somewhere above in the FAQ.
Q: These tracks are bad!
You're wrong. Try to find tracks that are good. They exist. And yes, this line of the FAQ is mostly a joke.
Q: This FAQ didn't solve my issue.
Don't feel like you did something wrong. You're actually doing something right. Come on over to the Discord server and share your issue with us. You can help the future of this distribution!
When you install the distribution, first install the base and then the update. To install, extract the zip file to the root of your SD Card/USB. If you already have the base, you can install any update, even if the base was already updated. Be sure to let the extraction replace files when you install updates! You do not need to install any previous updates before updating the distribution. There is an installation tutorial video found in Media.
Redownload the ISO patcher whenever you patch again for an update, for the ISO patcher may be updated to handle certain new updates. You must have Wiimms ISO Tools installed before running the ISO Patcher. The ISO Patcher likely only works for Windows, but may work for other systems, using a program like Wine. To start the process, extract the archive, and run the batch file in the CLCTP ISO Patcher folder/directory. The batch file will guide you through the process, but it goes like this: Extract the base, and then the update, both found in the downloads section on this page, to the ISO Patcher folder/directory. Be sure to let the extraction replace files when you install the update! Next, put your Mario Kart Wii ISO/WBFS in the CLCTP ISO Patcher folder/directory. After that, enter the region of the ISO/WBFS in the installer. At this point, you can select the game mode. Finally, you have to set the patching mode. 1 is usually for an unmodified ISO/WBFS, and 2 is usually for a modified one. If the mode you chose doesn't work, try the other one. The rest of the patching is done by the ISO Patcher. If the program prompts you to select if it's extracting to a file or a directory, always choose directory. When the patching is done, a WBFS patched with Cuberluigi CT Pack will appear in the CLCTP ISO Patcher folder/directory. You can now run this on Dolphin. Many have pointed out that this doesn't work on USB Loader. Please contact the authors if you do get it to work.
- PeachKia52250vr, for helping the authors with updates, creating many suggestions and making the strap screen.
- André, for helping the authors with translation.
- Trainiax, for helping the authors with track file names.
- The Cuberluigi CT Pack Discord server, for helping resolve many issues.
There is a Google document with the track list here. Note that the versions of variants of many tracks may not be accurate.
Below are listed special features that are included in this distribution:
|Automatic BRSAR Patching||Chadderz||An option that automatically patches the revo_kart.brsar for custom music. Disable if you already have the file in an enabled My Stuff folder.|
|Bob-omb Blast||HackStarz||A mode that changes the item probabilites to always give Bob-ombs. Mushrooms will be given instead if there are too many Bob-ombs in play.|
|Countdown Mode||MrBean35000vr, Chadderz||Countdown Mode has been added as a replacement for battles in single player online play.|
|Crazy Items||MrBean35000vr, Chadderz, HackStarz||A mode that combines Item Rain and Random Items. As of now, Crazy Items is broken until LE-CODE is updated to fix Item Rain.|
|Custom Menu System||Chadderz||This distribution makes use of custom menus to load custom course slots. The cup selection menu is modified with two buttons featuring arrows to the left and right of the main cups. When selected, these buttons cause the current on-screen cup buttons to be replaced with other cups, including custom cups, creating a scrolling menu system. All custom tracks are stored inside custom cups.|
|Custom Server Support||Wiimm, Leseratte||Support to play on a custom MKW server has been added as a replacement to Nintendo WFC.|
|Change Characters Between Wi-Fi Races||MrBean35000vr||When in online play, the player's character, vehicle and drift mode choice may be changed between races by pressing + on the Wii Remote (or Start on the GCN Controller) when on the VR screen. This simply takes the player back to the character select menu, and then returns them to the vote when they have reselected. If the time limit expires, the currently selected options are taken.|
|Double Framerate||MrBean35000vr||A mode that tricks the game into running at 120 FPS, or two times the normal speed.|
|Exception Handler||Star, Riidefi||This code will display exception information on the television screen when an exception occurs. After the console is finished scrolling, you will be returned to the Wii System Menu.|
|Item Rain||MrBean35000vr, Chadderz||Item Rain is a custom game mode created by MrBean35000vr and Chadderz. In this mode items fall randomly from the sky to disrupt the players during a race or battle. As of now, Item Rain is broken until LE-CODE is updated to fix it.|
|LE-CODE||Leseratte||This distribution uses the LE-CODE game extension developed by Leseratte.|
|Max Lap Count Modifier||Geeh, MrEvil||A track can have anywhere between 1 and 8 laps.|
|Mega Cloud||JoshuaMK||Thunder Clouds will give a Mega Mushroom effect instead of a Lightning effect. Due to Replace TCs with Mushrooms, this only takes effect in Random Items game modes.|
|Mii Heads on Minimap||JoshuaMK||The player's Mii head will appear on the minimap instead of their character's icon, excluding CPUs.|
|Mushroom Dash||HackStarz||A mode that changes the item probabilities to always give Mushroom items.|
|Music Only My Stuff Folder||Unknown (found in SRCP, probably sadai)||A type of My Stuff folder that only uses the music files that may be put in the CTGP Revolution My Stuff folder.|
|My Stuff Folder||MrBean35000vr, Chadderz||Allows users to replace certain files with their own, allowing for custom textures, among other things. This distribution has its own My Stuff folder, along with the option for the CTGP Revolution, old CTGP, vX MKW Hack Pack, SRCP, and Cuber's Hack Pack My Stuff folders.|
|Race Count Modifier||JoshuaMK||Makes every amount of races from 1 to 32 selectable in VS Mode rules.|
|Random Items||HackStarz||An option that makes all items have an (almost) equal chance of appearing on the item roulette in any position.|
|Replace TCs with Mushrooms||HackStarz||The probability for Thunder Clouds has been replaced with Mushrooms. This does not affect Random Items.|
|Save game on SD Card||MrBean35000vr, Chadderz||Allows users to save their game on their SD Card, rather than the Wii's NAND.|
|Speed Modifier||MrBean35000vr||Tracks have a speed modifier applied (e.g. 2× speed) which causes all parts of the game's physics to move at the increased speed (including vehicles, items and boosts).|
|Time Trials Online||Melg||TTs Online is a custom game mode, following ideas by SwordofSeals and NMeade. The concept is to recreate the Time Trial experience online. You start races at the Time Trial position, with Triple Mushrooms. Collision and slipstreams are disabled.|
Beta – Beta 40
|Version||Date of release||Information|
|2020-03-21||Official start of brainstorming|
|2020-04-06||Start of development|
|Beta 4.1||2020-04-12||Fixed PAL XML.|
|Beta 26||2020-05-29||Update by PeachKia52250vr and HackStarz:|
|Beta 27||2020-05-31|| Update by PeachKia52250vr and HackStarz:
|Beta 28||2020-06-03||Update by PeachKia52250vr and HackStarz:|
|Beta 30||2020-06-10|| Update by PeachKia52250vr and HackStarz:
|Beta 30.1||2020-06-11||Edited SNES Mario Circuit 1.|
|Beta 32||2020-06-13|| Update by PeachKia52250vr and HackStarz:
|Beta 40||2020-08-25||Updated a large amount of tracks.|
RC1 – RC1.3
|Version||Date of release||Information|
The list of bugs can be found here.
- This distribution was first developed in March 2019, before it was dropped until a year later. It was originally going to be a normal CT-CODE distribution.
- The original Wiimmfi region for this distribution was 256, but the authors lost the region.
- This is the first custom track distribution with Time Trials Online.
- This was the first distribution to feature more than 1,000 tracks, and at the time of its release, it had the most amount of tracks out of any publicly released distribution. However, in June 2021, Mario Kart Wii Faraphel surpassed this.
Bashi Music Pack – Boost Track Grand Prix – Boshi Kart GP – CTGP Revolution Classic – CTGP-R v1.02 HNS Pack – Dimrain47 Music Pack – MKW Ultra Shortcut Edition
Revo Kart 64 – SMW2 Yoshi's Island Music Pack
Dark Bowser Castle 3 – SK Volcano – Lapis Mines – Cuber's Castle – Sunset Mall – SSBB Mushroomy Kingdom – Galaxy Beach – Haunted Parkway – Cold Township – Sunset Peach Beach
Crystal Desert – Aurora Facility – Frostbite Circuit – Cuber Roadway – Surreal Mountains – Cheeseboard Cross – Flooded Quag Beach
Lethal Lava Land – Luigi's Lakeside – GBA Cheese Land – Windover Trek – Rainbow Road DX – DS Rainbow Road – Insane Ghost Valley – James Bay – SNES Mario Circuit 1
CTR1 Nin Clan Road – Maple Platform
Spike – Beeg Yoshi – Spyro – Quagsire – Wiggler – Yellow Beeg Yoshi – Hungry Luma – Christmas Beeg Yoshi – Wooper – Quagspike – Sushi Cat – Beeg Boshi – Yellow Boshi
Yellow Beeg Boshi – Sleepy Yoshi – Puck – Totodile – Sealeo – Pikachu – Chespin – CP Penguin – Walrein – Spheal – Wartortle – Boneshi – Celebi – Floatzel – Arc
Classic Boshi – Yoshi Kirby – Baby Yoshi – Bashi – Quagsire (on foot) – Spheal (on foot) – Mudkip – Furret – Totodile (on foot) – Lapras – Snivy
Dry Bomber – Funky Kong on Quacker – Banisher – Flame Rider – Shooting Star – Zipper – ROB-BLS – Pink Gold Peach on Wildfire Flyer – Tyrant – Cucumber – Standard Kart 7
Dragonfly – Egg 1 – Nitro Egg – Blue Biddybuggy – Landship
Autumn Skyway –
Space Raceway –
Kamek Beach –
MKT New York Minute –
Wii U Sweet Sweet Canyon –
No-Road Circuit –
Dangerous Dino Course –
SNES Vanilla Lake 1 Beta – Crazy Mountain – GBA Rainbow Road – GBA Shy Guy Beach
Cuberluigi CT Pack