This adventure focused on utilizing the ←→ keys repetitively in order for players to reach the end of the parade. Players obtained checkered flags by helping their float cross the finish line first. There were three tanks/floats in total. Every participant from the winning float earned consumables and checkered flags.
The objective of the adventure map was for players to make their float succeed in reaching the end of the parade before the other two floats do so. The three floats were themed as such: Cheese, Hats, and Shaman. Every player from the two losing floats would die. Once a float reached the finish line, all floats would disappear. Designation for any one of these were completely random, but participation was still vital. If no mice left or entered the room, every player’s placement in the floats would remain consistent.
The winning float team would be awarded with one checkered flag and random consumables from the ones available. Like previous events, the new consumable was the most common to obtain and it would be obtained in larger quantities. Mice could spawn collidable consumables in order to speed up or slow down floats, be it their own or others’. This would sometimes lead to unexpected disasters. Some of the floats sporadically jumped back or ahead, although this was merely client-sided, in conjunction with a player’s overall ping. This explained an anomaly where a float may have appear to win but ended up losing to another one.
Originally, when the adventure was released, the prices of the ear and tails items were swapped (cheese and fraises). This was fixed in a matter of minutes, although the consumers who purchased any of them early for a cheaper price still have them.
Even though the floats move moderately, their wheels did not actually rotate. This is due to the floats’ images being singular, with the wheels being part of the image.
This was not the case in Carnaval de Rio 2014. The wheels in that event were a separate image and indeed rotated.
Old event badges are not obtainable, because the staff felt the event was too different from the 2014 version.