Strange Land

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Strange Land
Author: Wexos
Version: v1.2
Date of latest version: 2015-07-02
Editors used: 3ds Max, BrawlBox, CTools, KMP Cloud, SketchUp, SZS Modifier, Wiimms SZS Tools
WBZ files:


Strange Land is Wexos's fifth custom track. It is a strange land, where it is both lava and water. The track takes inspiration from Mushroom Gorge, Grumble Volcano, GBA Bowser Castle 3, and N64 Bowser's Castle; this is shown by the object and texture choices, such as bouncy mushrooms from Mushroom Gorge, falling rocks from Grumble Volcano, textures from GBA Bowser Castle 3, and Thwomps from N64 Bowser's Castle. The track also has lava geysers, Goombas, a Chain Chomp, and smoke from Wario's Gold Mine.


v1.2 VS Race
v1.0 VS Race

Version History

Version Date of release Information
2015-04-18 Start of development
v1.0 2015-05-22 First release
v1.1 2015-06-11
  • Added boost, lava and water animations.
  • Added boost panels.
  • Added more objects.
  • Cleaned KCL.
  • Fixed cameras.
  • Fixed some bad respawn points.
  • Changed lava texture.
  • Fixed some texture positions.
  • Retextured course model.
v1.2 2015-07-02
  • Added falling item box.
  • Added falling road.
  • Fixed item routes.
  • Fixed some texture positions.
  • Fixed lava geyser timing.
  • Lowered walls.
  • Changed water texture.
  • Removed unneeded files.
  • Improved enemy routes.
  • Small animation improvement.
  • Small lava texture improvement.
v1.2-mko 2023-04-20 Update by Zeem:

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:

Names in Other Languages

Dutch: Raar Land
French: Terre Etrangère
German: -
Italian: Terra Strana
Japanese: ストレンジランド
Korean: -
Portuguese: -
Russian: Чужбина
Spanish: Tierra Extraña
Greek: Περίεργη Χώρα
Polish: -
Finnish: -
Swedish: Konstigt Land
Czech: -
Danish: -


  • The author worked on the track for a very long time. There was supposed to be two more falling rocks, but they were very sketchy or unsolid. Then, the author deleted them because he could not get them solid. He thought he should have deleted them prior because he did not like how they looked. But in v1.2, he added the two falling rocks again as falling road.
  • The track name is inspired by the Iron Maiden song "Stranger in a Strange Land", but the track has nothing to do with the song.