Fans of the exciting Mario Kart Wii can bring the characters out of their console and into their hands with fun building kits based on the hit video game's famous challenges.
What does MKW stand for?
MKW stands for Mario Kart Wii (game)
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We have 5 other meanings of MKW in our Acronym Attic
- Mittelschüler Kartell-Verband
- Mönchengladbach Karnevals-Verband
- Multiple Kill Vehicles
- Munchener Kartellverband
- Münchner Kegler Verein eV
- Musical-und Konzertvereinigung (German: Musical and Concert Association)
- Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation (India)
- Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station (Hawaii)
- Manokwari, Indonesia - Rendani (Airport Code)
- Michael K. Weise (digital audio compression)
- Michael Kenneth Williams (actor)
- MittelKlasseWagen (German: middle class car)
- Mortal Kombat Warehouse (video game web source)
- Mushroom Kingdom War (online role playing game)
- Motorized Wide Angle Photogrammetric Camera
- Mario Kart World Cup (gaming competition)
- Mauna Kea Weather Center (University of Hawaii)
- Mid-Klamath Watershed Council (est. 2001; Orleans, CA)
- Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy (est 1969; Kenya)
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Combining the characters from the phenomenally popular Nintendo Wii game with the phenomenally popular building set, K'NEX was inspired by Mario Kart Wii to bring these favorites to life, allowing young fans to build tracks, karts, and bikes, and then use them for actual races.
Wii Sports Resort fared well, climbing seven places from 13 to six, while Mario Kart Wii was another old favourite to re-enter the top 10.
This week, Mario Kart Wii came third while Need For Speed landed the fourth spot.
And the building block super hero outplayed Mario Kart Wii.
Mario Kart Wii climbed three places to third and Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning made an impressive top 10 debut at four.
Whether you're blasting around a track in a souped up kart or pulling insane tricks on the slick motorbikes, Mario Kart Wii has that same sense of magic that made all the other great Wii titles such a blast: it's instantly accessible, incredibly deep and insanely addictive.