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PostSubject: Donkey Kong Country I   Sat Jun 20, 2009 11:10 pm

Donkey Kong Country


Donkey Kong Country is a platform video game developed by Rare, featuring the character Donkey Kong. It was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1994. Following an intense marketing campaign, the original SNES version sold over 8 million copies. It was produced by Tim Stamper and was the first Donkey Kong game not to be produced or directed by Shigeru Miyamoto.

The game was rereleased on Nintendo's Virtual Console service on 7 December 2006 in Australia, 8 December 2006 in Europe, 12 December 2006 in Japan and 19 February 2007 in North America.[/i]



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The object of Donkey Kong Country is to make it through 39 different side-scrolling levels and recover the Kongs' banana horde stolen by the Kremlings.Each level is uniquely themed and consists of varying tasks such as swimming, riding in mine carts, or launching out of barrel cannons, or swinging from vine to vine.Players lose a life if they get hit by any enemy or fall off the screen, and the game ends when they have lost all their lives. However, there are opportunities to gain additional lives, such as collecting bananas scattered throughout the levels, letters that spell out K–O–N–G, extra life balloons, and golden animal tokens that lead to bonus levels.There are also many secret passages that can lead to bonus games which can give players additional lives or other items.

In various levels, players can also get assistance from various animals, who are found by breaking open crates. Animals include Rambi the Rhino, Expresso the Ostrich, Enguarde the Swordfish, Winky the Frog and Squawks the Parrot. These animals can help players depending on the type of level they are on (e.g. Enguarde can only be found underwater, and Squawks can only be found in caves). Some of the animals can also give players access to bonus games.In addition, players can switch between Donkey and Diddy Kong, depending on availability and the situation. Donkey Kong is stronger and bigger and can defeat enemies more easily, while Diddy is faster and more agile and can take out multiple enemies with one cartwheel.



In the game, the player can play solo or with another player. In two–player mode, players can choose between two modes of play: "Contest" or "Team". In Contest mode, players take turns going through each level as quickly as possible. The object in this mode is to complete the most levels in the fastest time. In Team mode, both players play the same game with one player controlling Donkey Kong and the other controlling Diddy Kong. According to the game's instruction manual, this is a good way for inexperienced players to play alongside more experienced players.

The game consists of a series of map screens to track the players' progress. Between levels, players control their character on the map screen. Located on these screens are Kremlings (the game's main enemy) and other members of the Kong family such as Candy, Funky and Cranky Kong. Players enter levels or other map screens during this mode.



The manner of displaying information during gameplay is different in that the information of scrolled off the screen until various items are collected, when the information briefly appears on top of the screen. The information displayed are the number of bananas, letters and animal tokens collected, and the number of lives remaining.


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