Donkey Kong is a series of video games featuring the adventures of an ape-like character called Donkey Kong, conceived by Shigeru Miyamoto in 1981. The franchise mainly comprises two different game genres, plus spin-off titles of various genres. It all started back when Shigeru Miyamoto first started working for Nintendo in the 80's. He was originally going to make a Popeye game but Nintendo's.
This article is a subpage for Donkey Kong Country. Contents(show) Differences North American Unlike the European and Japanese versions, Donkey Kong Country has three different versions (1.0, 1.1 and 1.2). European King K. Rool instantly throws his crown after he summons cannonballs to fall from the sky. In the previous versions, this does not happen. Mine Carts have less momentum, meaning.
Donkey Kong 64 was not the great game you remember it to be. It wasn't even a good game. It wasn't even a good game. In fact, it may have been the worst Nintendo game of the '90s.
Game Over Screens appear after the Kongs have lost all their lives. Game Over Screens can only be closed by the Kong who used the last life (i.e. if player 2 uses up their lives, only they can close the Game Over Screen). In every Donkey Kong platforming game besides Donkey Kong 64, Game Over Screens will occur if the Kongs have lost all their lives. In Donkey Kong 64, however, Game Over.
Donkey Kong 5: The Journey of Over Time and Space (yes, that is the real title) is a bootleg game released for the Game Boy Color sometime after 2000. It is most known for the terrible engrish in its story and ending. They are as follows.
A modern version of Donkey Kong was made called Donkey Kong 94 for Super Game Boy. This version begins exactly the same as the original with the same four stages (with updated graphics and play mechanics). But when you finish these levels, instead of repeating them over, the player is taken to 96 more levels, each with tons of puzzles to solve.
Donkey Kong 64, from 1999, brought the series onto the third dimension.In it, King K. Rool returns with a vengeance. Figuring that if he and his people can't have Donkey Kong's island, nobody can, he steers an enormous high-tech warship next to it and plans to blast it right off the face of the Earth with his secret weapon, the Blast-O-Matic.This game unites a team of Kongs (Donkey, Diddy.
This is the old school arcade game Donkey Kong and it is the full version with all 4 levels just like the original from back in the days of yore. You play as Super Mario in this game BEFORE he was actually the Mario we know him as today. Of course where you have Mario, you must have a Princess and this game delivers. Dodge the barrels that roll down the stage and climb the ladders carefully.