Donkey Kong must retrieve his monkey friends and 200 golden bananas from the evil King K. Rool who is plotting to destroy DK Island with a machine called the Blast O' Matic.

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Eveline Fischer ...
Tiny Kong (voice) (uncredited)
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Donkey Kong (voice) (uncredited)
Clarence Nash ...
Mad Jack (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chris Sutherland ...
Diddy Kong / King K Rool (voice) (uncredited)
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Donkey Kong's precious Golden Bananas have been stolen by King K. Rool! And his friends have too! But if DK manages to rescue his primate pals, he will be capable of reclaiming the golden fruit and overthrowing the Kremling King. Look out Sonic, ties on gorillas are back in style! Written by JetDog (Y2Kong)

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24 November 1999 (USA)  »

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While bug testing the final release developers at Rare encountered a game breaking bug when playing without the expansion pack, however the bug disappeared whenever the expansion pack was plugged in. Programmers could not locate the cause of the bug in time, so instead of delaying the game, Rare simply listed the expansion pack as a requirement to play. See more »

Quotes

Donkey Kong: What did Cranky mean about training? Donkey's confused...
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Crazy Credits

The credits roll over what happens to the Kongs after they defeat K. Rool. If you complete the game with 100% (and the 201st Golden Banana), you will get two extra scenes at the end: one with the Kongs on top of K. Lumsy swimming away, and auditions for the game. See more »

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Spoofs Rocky (1976) See more »

Soundtracks

DK Island Swing
Music by David Wise
Arranged by Grant Kirkhope
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Donkey Kong 64
11 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

No I believe you mean this game was one of the last games for the N64 to be released, as the N64 was released in 1996. It was, however, one of the first to use the N64's Expansion Pack, and also was one of the best looking games on the N64. Other than that, however, the game isn't that great. Basically you travel to eight areas, all very large. After the fourth world I was getting tired of the game. There is a lot of stuff to collect however, so that's a plus if your into that kind of thing. Basically it was just very basic to me, the multiplayer is pretty cool however. A large cast of characters you play as too, which is nice. Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong are present, as are newcomers Tiny Kong, which is Dixie Kong's sister, Lenny, and Chunky Kong, who I have no idea where they fit in at. If you missed this game the first time in the 90's, then by all means try it out, if you want the best of 90's Donkey Kong action, go for Donkey Kong Country 1-3 on the SNES.


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