Biker Mice from Mars
Biker Mice From Mars (1994) Coverart






Satoshi Kishiwada
Akira Amano


Nobuyuki Akena
Keroppi Inoue


Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Release dates

March 4, 1994 (Japan)
December 1994 (North America)
January 1995 (Europe)



Biker Mice From Mars is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System racing video game made in 1994 by Konami, based on the animated series of the same name.


The object of the game is to take on the role of one of six racers, Throttle, Modo, or Vinnie, Lawrence Limburger, Dr. Karbunkle, and Grease Pit, in a series of motorcycle races, on different tracks that are displayed in isometric projection. After each lap, the player's missile pack is refilled used to knock off opponents. Also the player has a random bonus choice for additional cash, invulnerability, nitrous oxide acceleration or an encumbering earthquake. The winner gets the prize money and the losers have to start again.

In between rounds, upgrades for engine, tires, food and weapons can be purchased from the Last Chance garage using the prize money.

Game Modes Edit

  1. Main Race- Has 4 round prix in 5 course race. you can save your last game by entering some password to access.
  2. Battle Race- played in a Chosen Course for a battle ammo are 8 while you need to kill an doesn't respawn.
  3. Vs Race or Practice- Play it in free play watch.

Playable Characters Edit

  1. Throttle- The leader of the Biker Mice. his special ability was a Drift and his weapon was Tornado Shot.
  2. Modo- the Driver on the Blue Bike. his Special ability was sky-hi slide.his weapon was his Bionic Arm Crash
  3. Vinnie- the slowest by has the lesser accelleration. his special ability was his Tornado Twirl.
  4. Limburger- The Major Antagonist. his weapon was Plutarkan Electrical Shot. his ability was anti-gravity drift
  5. Grease Pit- the Fastest of the Bike. His Weapon was Grease Gun. his specialty was Corner Crush.



I Be Playn! Biker Mice From Mars on Super Nintendo!

I Be Playn! Biker Mice From Mars on Super Nintendo!

AWSA! SNES Biker Mice from Mars Quick Attack Review-0

AWSA! SNES Biker Mice from Mars Quick Attack Review-0


Throttle ending snes

Throttle in the ending.

  • In the European version of the video game, it features extensive advertisements for Snickers candy bars.
  • The video game has 6 levels.
  • At the Throttle ending, he says "We came, we saw, we whipped some tail!", a reference to Peter Venkman's line "We came, we saw, we kicked its ass!" in the 1984 film Ghostbusters.

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