DS Nokonoko Beach

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Nokonoko Beach (also known as Split-Up Beach) is an unused beta track (nokonoko_course) found in the ROM of Mario Kart DS. It is very likely that this was going to be the sequel to N64 Koopa Troopa Beach from Mario Kart 64, due to the word "nokonoko" being the romanization of the Japanese name for "Koopa Troopa". The track was present, but unplayable without codes, in the kiosk demo; in the final version of the game, it no longer loads with textures. Despite what it would have been named in the final version of Mario Kart DS, it has kept the name given to it by fans: "Nokonoko Beach".

Original Version
Final Version

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Names in Other Languages

DS Nokonoko Beach

Chinese (Traditional): -
Chinese (Simplified): -
Dutch: DS Nokonokostrand
French (PAL): DS Plage Nokonoko
French (NTSC): DS Plage Nokonoko
German: DS Nokonoko-Strand
Italian: DS Spiaggia Nokonoko
Japanese: DS ノコノコビーチ
Korean: DS 엉금엉금 비치
Portuguese (PAL): DS Praia Nokonoko
Portuguese (NTSC): DS Praia Nokonoko
Russian: DS Пляж Ноконоко
Spanish (PAL): DS Playa Nokonoko
Spanish (NTSC): DS Playa Nokonoko

DS Split-Up Beach

Chinese (Traditional): -
Chinese (Simplified): -
Dutch: DS Opgesplitst Strand
French (PAL): DS Plage Divisée
French (NTSC): DS Plage Divisée
German: DS Nokonoko-Strand
Italian: DS Spiaggia Divisa
Japanese: -
Korean: -
Portuguese (PAL): -
Portuguese (NTSC): -
Russian: -
Spanish (PAL): DS Playa Dividida
Spanish (NTSC): DS Playa Dividida