One morning, Donkey Kong awakes to find that his entire banana hoard has been stolen. He also finds that his friend Diddy has been stuffed into a barrel. Donkey rescues Diddy and together they go off to find who did this. Who actually did the deed was King K. Rool, king of the Kremling army, the terror of Donkey Kong Country. Donkey and Diddy must brave mines, forests, tree tops, lakes, factories, caves, glaciers, ancient ruins, and a pirate ship, and get help from their friends Rambi the Rhinocerous, Enguarde the Swordfish, Winky the Frog, Expresso the Ostrich, and Squawks the Parrot. Using teamwork, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong must battle off furious foes like Klump the Kremling army general, Krusha the Arnold Schwarze-Kremling, Klap Trap (though he's small he's got a mean jaw), Krash the mine cart driving Kremling (who drives like a maniac on the mine tracks so watch out!), Croctopus the evil being in the lakes, Gnawty the beaver, and the evil King K. Rool himself. Along the way, ...
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Did You Know?
Cranky Kong is meant to be the original Donkey Kong, from the old arcade games. See more
It is not possible for Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong to breathe underwater while scuba diving without oxygen tanks as they are mammals. If Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong tried this in real life, they would both drown. See more
Cranky Kong (Text Narration)
What a player you are, Donkey, my lad! You've beaten the Kremlings and found absolutely everything! You're nearly as good as I used to be!
When the cast of characters is rolling, Cranky rolls by a few times, asking if it's his turn to play. After the characters finish rolling, Cranky rolls by a few more times, boasting that he used only one life when playing the game and he took less than an hour. See more
Also rereleased for the GameBoy Advance in 2003. This version is almost identical to the GBC version only without printer support and with updated graphics. See more
Spin-off Donkey Konga