GBA Broken Pier (xBlue98)

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This article is about xBlue98's remake. For other versions, see GBA Broken Pier.
GBA Broken Pier
Creator: xBlue98
Designer: Nintendo, xBlue98
Version: v1.04.8
Date of latest version: 2023-06-29
Editors used: 3ds Max, BrawlCrate, KMP Cloud, Lorenzi's KMP Editor, SketchUp, Wiimms SZS Tools
WBZ files:
Download: Google Drive


This is a remake created by xBlue98. It updates the track to modern standards and was made specifically to benefit of Mario Kart Wii's physics and gameplay, updating the latter compared to the older versions. The track layout remains faithful to the original and features extensively updated graphics and details, elevation, an underwater section, and brand new alternative paths. The track also maintains a minimum of the notorious difficulty present in the original version, but overall, it is adequately rebalanced. All these aspects put together highlight it as the definitive and complete modern version of the track.



v1.04.7 VS Race
v1.0 VS Race

Version History

Version Date of release Information
2021-07-02 Start of development
v1.0 (seizure warning) 2021-11-10 First release
v1.01 (seizure warning) 2021-11-16 Minor gameplay adjustments.
v1.01.1 (seizure warning) 2021-11-17 Reverted streetlight shader brightness.
v1.02 (seizure warning) 2021-11-24
  • Modified minimap.
  • Minor changes.
v1.02.1 (seizure warning) 2021-12-02 Further improvements and other minor adjustments.
v1.03 2021-12-12
  • Weakened and slowed down flashing effects.
  • Minor texture enhancements.
  • Removed an item box.
v1.03.1 2021-12-20 Further improvements and other minor adjustments.
v1.03.2 2021-12-21 Edited item routes on the ending section.
v1.03.3 2021-12-21 Edited item routes on the ending section.
v1.03.4 2022-01-06
  • Updated start line banner.
  • Removed 10 objects.
  • Removed two model animations.
  • Optimized amount of shader stages.
v1.03.5 2022-01-07
  • Edited white bridge mipmap.
  • Moved three vertices.
v1.03.5fix 2022-01-07 Reverted glass motorboat transparency.
v1.03.6 2022-01-11
  • Edited some LODBias values.
  • Moved three purple plants.
v1.03.7 2022-01-11 Moved some mountain vertices.
v1.03.8 2022-01-26 Simplified wood materials.
v1.03.9 2022-02-01
  • Minor texture enhancements.
  • Enhanced BBLM post-effect.
  • Removed a trickable part.
v1.03.9fix 2022-02-01
  • Edited item route scales.
  • Added minimap shading for mud areas.
v1.04 2022-02-19
  • Increased ramp consistency.
  • Removed wheelie locks.
  • Increased amount of item boxes on the weakest row.
  • Added BLIGHT and BDOF post-effects.
v1.04.1 2022-02-19 Modified a light.
v1.04.2 2022-02-24 Removed a trickable part to prevent a rare bump.
v1.04.2fix 2022-02-24 Fixed a bad wheelie landing.
v1.04.3 2022-03-05
  • Decreased bubble size and density.
  • Fixed an inconsistent ramp.
  • Moved a protective invisible wall to avoid collision using a Mega Mushroom.
  • Fixed a Boo patch flicker.
v1.04.4 2022-03-14 Fixed rare online opponent behavior.
v1.04.4fix 2022-03-15 Further improvements and other minor adjustments.
v1.04.5 2022-05-06 Updated ghost bridge texture mapping.
v1.04.6 2022-05-18 Fixed item routes at the bridge shortcut before the underwater section.
v1.04.6.ctgp 2022-08-11
  • Removed some textures.
  • Edited skybox CLR0 animation.
v1.04.7 2023-01-17
  • Fixed overwhelming visuals, including underwater effect, skybox and BBLM post-effect.
  • Minor texture enhancements.
v1.04.8 2023-06-29
  • Fixed arrow position in Multiplayer mode.
  • Removed a questionable invisible wall.
  • Balanced weakest ghost bridge shortcut with the addition of an extra item box.

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:


  • This track was referenced in the background of GCN Bowser's Castle. In turn, this remake adds a reference by adding the same, but toned down, lightning effect in the background of the aforementioned track.
  • Some elements of this remake, like an underwater section and Fish Bones, are also present in Mario Kart Tour's remake of GBA Boo Lake, which released nearly a year later.