This can happen if you’re playing in a room with a lot of interference. This can also be avoided by using an Internet connection with high bandwidth. You should also avoid using an Internet connection that has multiple users using it at the same time.
If you continue to have crash issues, completely reboot your 3DS console and it should fix the issue.
This is a very rare issue that sometimes occurs when playing in online or local multiplayer matches on the 3DS. To fix this, leave the race and start a new one.
This is a very rare issue that can be resolved by exiting the race.
This is a very rare issue that will only affect that individual race. Simply exit and start a new race to resolve the issue.
Yes. Experience points collected in multiplayer racing are collected and saved on the Skylanders toy. There is, however, no visual indication of this at the end of the race, unlike the one that appears in the adventure mode. If you check your toy after the race, you’ll see that the experience points have been added to your total.
This is a very rare issue that can be fixed by closing the game through the Home Button on your 3DS console.
It can take up to three minutes before your 3DS will connect to the Local Multiplayer mode. If it’s taking longer than three minutes, shut down the game and restart.
If this happens, you will need to completely reboot your 3DS or Wii system.
This is a very rare issue that has been known to crop up randomly. You will have to quit the online mode and wait for a few minutes before attempting to re-join an online match or creating a lobby again.
This is a very rare issue that will occur if you quit and try to re-join the same game after the other players all quit. You will have to quit the race and join another match.