Mario Kart 7 rules
All these rules are specific for Mario Kart 7, and they may be applied to Mario Kart 8 or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in the future if similar hacks are developed:
- VR extender is a hack that can set 6-digit VR. Any max with intended help from players using VR extender will not count.
- No disconnection hack is not allowed, especially if it is used to AFK help in race. Any max with intended help from AFK players in race will not count.
- Any autopilot hack is not allowed. Any max with intended help from players using autopilot in race will not count.
- Cases of players crashing rooms will be studied. Staff reserve the right not to count someone’s max if they have benefited from crashing rooms.
- Resetting VR while keeping the rest of the stats is not allowed.
- The rules listed herein are subject to change. Staff reserve the right to add or remove players and/or maxes from the website with or without a change to the ruleset, with or without notice.
Rules regarding CTGP-7
CTGP-7 is a modpack for Mario Kart 7 which adds new things to the game, such as custom tracks and characters, extra features and more.
- The use of CTGP-7 is allowed, but must adhere to the following guidelines (From the CTGP-7 Menu):
- Gameplay Features > Backwards Camera (Disabled)
- Gameplay Features > LED Item Warning (Disabled)
- Playing Custom Tracks Worldwide (CTWW) and Countdown is not allowed for max 4 value and other related achievements.
- This is subject to change in case wins and losses earned on CTWW and Countdown are separated from wins and losses earned on vanilla race and battle.
- Using CTGP-7 may become forbidden at any time in case a bug that gives any advantage to the player is discovered, such as the shock dodge bug from older CTGP-7 versions.
- CTGP-7 VR is separated from Mario Kart 7 VR, and they can be earned by playing CTWW and Countdown. A list may be made in the future if anyone reaches max VR.
- Because VR is stored in the CTGP-7 server and is tied to your console, it is impossible to back it up. All other rules still apply.