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Encyclopedia > List of Donkey Kong games

Donkey Kong is one of the characters that helped break Nintendo into the homes and hearts of many gamers throughout the world. Since his initial conflict with Jumpman (who was later renamed Mario), we've seen him grow from a simplistic, tyrannical caricature of King Kong to the big, lovable ape who has proven even he is capable of heroism on a large scale. This is a list of his many varied exploits over the years. Nintendo Company, Limited (任天堂 or ニンテンドー Nintendō; NASDAQ: NTDOY, TYO: 7974 usually referred to as simply Nintendo, or Big N ) is a multinational corporation founded on September 23, 1889[1] in Kyoto, Japan by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce handmade hanafuda cards. ... Mario ) is a video game character created by Japanese game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and is the official mascot of Nintendo. ... Mario ) is a video game character created by Japanese game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and is the official mascot of Nintendo. ... The original 1933 King Kong model. ...

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Year 1981

  • Donkey Kong (Arcade) - The first appearance made by Donkey Kong and Mario, who is known at this point as Jumpman. Put simply, Donkey Kong has kidnapped "the lady" (later named Pauline in the NES port) and she must be rescued by the valiant Jumpman.

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Year 1982

  • Donkey Kong (Atari 2600, ColecoVision and Intellivision) - The first three ports of the original arcade classic. This version was developed and published by Coleco and it was released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Junior (Game & Watch) - Popular version for the early handheld of Nintendo, released in the Multiscreen (Donkey Kong) and Widescreen (Donkey Kong Junior) series.
  • Donkey Kong Junior (Arcade) - This game introduced us to Donkey Kong's son. This time, Donkey Kong is the prisoner of Mario and now he must be saved by his son.

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Year 1983

  • Donkey Kong (Famicom) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed and published by Nintendo Co., Ltd and it was released in Japan on July 15, 1983.
  • Donkey Kong (DOS, TI-99/4A and VIC-20) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed by Atari and published by Atarisoft and it was released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong Junior (Atari 2600, ColecoVision and Intellivision) - This is a port of the original arcade version of the game. It was developed and published by Coleco and was released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong Junior (Famicom) - This is a port of the original arcade version of the game. It was developed and published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. This version was released in Japan on July 15.
  • Donkey Kong II (Game & Watch) - Popular version for the early handheld of Nintendo, released in the Multiscreen series.
  • Donkey Kong 3 (Arcade) - This game has changed genre from platform to shooter. Once again, Donkey Kong is the aggressor. He is stirring up trouble in Stanley the Bugman's greenhouse and now Stanley must remove Donkey Kong by force.

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Year 1984

  • Donkey Kong (Apple II) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed by Atari and published by Atarisoft and was released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong 3 (Famicom) - Released on July 4, this console version is a port of the original arcade game. It was developed and published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and released in Japan.

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Year 1985

  • Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Nintendo Entertainment System) - This is one of the first edutainment titles ever produced. In this game, Donkey Kong gives some math problems to Junior ranging from simple to more challenging. He must move up and down the vines to find the correct answers as quickly as he can. It is developded by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc., and released in the United States in October.

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Year 1986

  • Donkey Kong (Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed by Arcana Software Limited and published by Ocean Software, Ltd. It was released in the United Kingdom.
  • Donkey Kong (MSX) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed by Sentinent Software. Published by the same publisher as a Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC versions, it was released in countries all over Europe, including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
  • Donkey Kong (Nintendo Entertainment System) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed and published by Nintendo Co., Ltd and it was released in the United States in June, 1986.
  • Donkey Kong (ZX Spectrum) - Another port of the original arcade version of Donkey Kong. This version was developed by Sentient Software. It had two different publishers, however. In the United Kingdom, Ocean Software, Ltd. published it and Erbe Software, S.A. did the publishing for the release in Spain.
  • Donkey Kong Junior and Donkey Kong 3 (Nintendo Entertainment System) - These is a port of the original arcade version of the game. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc. and released in the United States.

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Year 1988

  • Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Junior (Atari 2600) - These appears to be a republish of the original port developed by Coleco in 1982 and 1983. It was republished by Atari Corporation.
  • Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Junior (Atari 7800) - Yet another port of the original arcade version. It was developed and published by Atari Corporation and was released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong Classics (Nintendo Entertainment System) - Essentially, this is a 2-in-1 cartridge that includes the original NES ports of Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc. and released in the United States in October.

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Year 1994

  • Donkey Kong (Game Boy) - Though at first this game might seem like a straight port of the original arcade game, it is instead a vastly expanded game based on the original concept. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd. It was released in the United States in June and published by Nintendo of America, Inc. The Japanese version of the game was published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and released on June 14.
  • Donkey Kong Country (Super Nintendo Entertainment System/Super Famicom) - This title marked the emergence of Donkey Kong in a heroic role. The plot concerns a new villain dubbed King K. Rool, who has stolen Donkey's precious stash of bananas. It was developed by Rare, Ltd., who was a 2nd party licensee of Nintendo at the time. It was first released in the United States and Canada by Nintendo of America, Inc. on November 1. The next release came on November 26 in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Donkey Kong Country Competition Cart (Super Nintendo) - special timed version of Donkey Kong Country for the 1994 Blockbuster Championship.
  • Donkey Kong - wristwatch LCD game.

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Year 1995

  • Donkey Kong Land (Game Boy) - Donkey and Diddy team up again for a spirited romp on the Game Boy. Developed by Rare, Ltd., it was released in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. in June and in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd. approximately a month later on July 27.
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Super Nintendo Entertainment System/Super Famicom) - Donkey Kong has been captured by King K. Rool and it's up to Diddy Kong and the new character, Dixie Kong, to rescue him. It was developed by Rare, Ltd. It was released on November 21 in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and on December 5 in the United States and Canada by Nintendo of America, Inc.

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Year 1996

  • Donkey Kong Land 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Game Boy) - Donkey Kong must be rescued from King K. Rool by Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong. Developed by Rare, Ltd., it was published in the United States in September by Nintendo of America, Inc. and published in Japan on November 23 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (Super Nintendo Entertainment System/Super Famicom) - In this installment of the franchise, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong have both been abducted by a new, mysterious leader of the Kremlings. Dixie Kong and new sidekick/buddy Kiddy Kong must rescue them. Developed by Rare, Ltd., it was published in the United States and Canada on November 1 by Nintendo of America, Inc. and was published in Japan on November 23 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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Year 1997

  • Diddy Kong Racing (Nintendo 64) - This title follows Mario Kart 64 and could possibly be considered something of a sequel. Two developers have been listed with this: for the United States and European launches, it was Rare, Ltd.; for Japan, it was Rareware. It was first released in the United States on October 31 by Nintendo of America, Inc. Though in Europe it was published in November by Nintendo of Europe GmbH in all countries, it was handled by different distributors. In Switzerland, it was handled by Waldmeier AG; in Austria, Stadlbauer Marketing & Vertrieb GesmbH handled distribution; and in Germany, the business of distribution was taken care of by Nintendo of Europe GmbH. In Japan, the game was published on November 21 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Donkey Kong Land III (Game Boy) - Once again we find Dixie Kong and Diddy Kong teaming up for a new adventure and they are attempting to find the Lost World. It was developed by Rare, Ltd. and published in the United States in October by Nintendo of America, Inc.

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Year 1999

  • Donkey Kong 64 (Nintendo 64) - Donkey, Diddy and pals team up to fight against King K. Rool again. Explore Donkey's island paradise to help defeat your arch enemy. This title was developed by Rare, Ltd. and had a major distribution blitz. It was first released in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. on November 22. The next phase of distribution occurred all across Europe on December 6. Widely published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH, it had several distributors in different countries. In Denmark, it was handled by Bergsala AS; in Finland, Norway, and Sweden, it was Bergsala AB. Spain's distribution was handled by Nintendo España, S.A. In Belgium, distribution was taken care of by Contact Data Belgium N.V. Nintendo of Netherlands B.V. did it in the Netherlands while Nintendo Italia did its business in Italy. The French distribution was from Nintendo France SARL and Waldmeier AG distributed in Switzerland. In Austria, Stadlbauer Marketing & Vertrieb GesmbH handled distribution and in Germany, the business of distribution was taken care of by Nintendo of Europe GmbH. The final European distributor was Nintendo UK Entertainment Limited and took care of the United Kingdom. Lastly, this title was released on December 10 in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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Year 2000

  • Donkey Kong Country (Game Boy Color) - This is a port of the SNES version of the game. It was developed by Rare, Ltd. It was first released in the United Kingdom by Nintendo of Europe GmbH (publisher) and Nintendo UK Entertinament Limited (distributor) on November 5. The next release came on November 17 in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc.
  • Donkey Kong Land III (Game Boy Color) - This is a port of the original Game Boy version of the game. It was developed by Rare, Ltd. and published in Japan on January 28 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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Year 2002

  • Donkey Kong-e and Donkey Kong Junior-e (Game Boy Advance) - Released on September and November for the e-Reader Card, it is a port of the Famicom/NES version of the game. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc. and released in the United States.

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Year 2003

  • Donkey Kong 3-e (Game Boy Advance) - Released on April 21 for the e-Reader Card, this is a port of the Famicom/NES version of the game. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc., and released in the United States.
  • Donkey Kong Country (Game Boy Advance) - This is a port of the SNES version of the game. It was developed by Rare, Ltd. It was first released in the United Kingdom by Nintendo of Europe GmbH on June 6. The next release came on June 9 in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. Finally, this version of the game was released in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd. on December 12.
  • Donkey Konga (Nintendo GameCube) - Another use of the bongos. This title was first released in Japan on December 12. It was developed by Namco Limited and was published by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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Year 2004

  • Donkey Kong (Game Boy Advance) - This is a port of the Famicom/NES version of the game. There were three regions where this titled was released for this platform. The first was released on February 14 as a part of the Famicom Mini Series #02. It was developed and published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and released in Japan. The second was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., published by Nintendo of America, Inc., and was released in the United States on June 7 as a part of the Classic NES Series. The third and final was released on July 9 in the United Kingdom as a part of the NES Classics Series. It was developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH.
  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong (Game Boy Advance) - This title once again has Donkey Kong and Mario squaring off as adversaries. Donkey Kong, giving in to his bad-boy urges, steals several toys from Mario's Toy Factory and it is up to Mario to retrieve the stolen merchandise. It was developed by Nintendo Software Technology and was originally released on May 24 in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. The next release of the game took place on June 10 in Japan by Nintendo Co., Ltd. Finally, the game saw the light of day on European shores in the United Kingdom on November 19 when it was published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH and distributed by Nintendo UK Entertainment Limited.
  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Game Boy Advance) - This was a port of the original SNES/Super Famicom version to the handheld. It was developed by Rare, Ltd and had three separate distribution regions. In the United Kingdom, it was published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH, distributed by Nintendo UK Entertainment Limited, and was released on June 25. In Japan, it was published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. and was released on July 1. In the United States, it was published by Nintendo of America, Inc. and was released on November 15.
  • Donkey Konga (Nintendo GameCube) - First use of the bongos. Developed by Namco Limited, it had a wide distribution much as Donkey Kong 64 had. It was released on September 28 in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. Distribution commenced across Europe on October 15. Distribution in Finland and Germany was handled by Nintendo of Europe GmbH while Nintendo France SARL took care of France. Italian distribution was taken care of by Nintendo Italia. In Spain, it was Nintendo España, S.A. in charge and the business was handled in Belgium and the Netherlands by Nintendo Benelux B.V. The title was also released in the United Kingdom on October 15.
  • Donkey Konga 2 (Nintendo GameCube) - DK is back with an all-new adventure utilizing the bongos. It was developed by Namco Limited and released in Japan on July 1 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (Nintendo GameCube) - This is a platform game utilitizing the bongo devices introduced in Donkey Konga. It was developed by Nintendo EAD and initially released in Japan on December 16 by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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Year 2005

  • Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (Nintendo GameCube) - This is a platform game utilitizing the bongo devices introduced in Donkey Konga. It was developed by Nintendo EAD and enjoyed a similarly wide European launch as had a number of other later Donkey Kong titles. Published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH and released across Europe on February 4, distribution was handled in the United Kingdom by Nintendo UK Entertainment Limited, in France by Nintendo France SARL, in Italy by Nintendo Italia, in Spain by Nintendo España, in Germany by Nintendo of Europe GmbH, and in Belgium and the Netherlands by Nintendo Benelux B.V. The title wasn't released in the United States until March 14 and was published by Nintendo of America, Inc.
  • DK: King of Swing (Game Boy Advance) - Swing from pegs and throw rocks and bombs to defeat King K. Rool's minions and retrieve the banana medallions. This title was developed by Paon Corporation, Ltd. It was initially released in the United Kingdom on February 4 by Nintendo of Europe GmbH. The next release occurred in Japan on May 19 by Nintendo Co., Ltd. Finally, it was published in the United States by Nintendo of America, Inc. on September 19.
  • Donkey Konga 2 (Nintendo GameCube) - Donkey is back with an all-new platform adventure utilizing the bongos, now available outside of Japan. It was developed by Namco Limited and released in the United States on May 9 by Nintendo of America, Inc. The European release for this title occurred last on June 3. Published by Nintendo of Europe GmbH, it was distributed in the United Kingdom by Nintendo UK Entertainment Limited, in France by Nintendo France SARL, in Italy by Nintendo Italia, in Spain by Nintendo España, S.A., in Germany by Nintendo of Europe GmbH, and in Belgium and the Netherlands by Nintendo Benelux B.V.
  • Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (Game Boy Advance) - This is a port of the original SNES/Super Famicom version of the game. Developed by Rare, Ltd., it was published in the United Kingdom on November 4 by Nintendo of Europe GmbH and was published in the United States on November 7 by Nintendo of America, Inc.

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Year 2006

  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (Nintendo DS) - Sequel to the Game Boy Advance game Mario vs. Donkey Kong, a follow up to the Game Boy Donkey Kong game. Although it is more puzzle-oriented, now that the player controls several Mini Marios with the touch screen instead of Mario himself. The game also features the return of Pauline, whose last appearance was in the 1994 Donkey Kong game. It features Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
  • Yoshi's Island DS (Nintendo DS) - In the sequel to the hit title Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Donkey Kong appears as a baby and helps Yoshi and the other babies save recently kidnapped Luigi.
  • Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Junior (Wii) - digital download of the NES/Famicom version for the Virtual Console.
  • Donkey Kong Country (Wii) - digital download of the SNES/Super Famicom version for the Europe, Australia and Japan versions of Wii's Virtual Console.

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Year 2007

  • Diddy Kong Racing DS (Nintendo DS) - Diddy Kong Racing DS is a racing game for the Nintendo DS and it is Rare's first Nintendo DS game. It is an enhanced port of Diddy Kong Racing for the Nintendo 64. It includes new characters, such as Tiny Kong, and four new tracks.
  • Donkey Kong Country (Wii) - digital download of the SNES/Super Famicom version for the US version of Wii's Virtual Console.
  • Donkey Kong Country 2 (Wii) - digital download of the SNES/Super Famicom version for the US version of Wii's Virtual Console.

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Upcoming

  • DK: Jungle Climber (Nintendo DS) - DK Jungle Climber is a puzzle platforming video game developed by Paon for the Nintendo DS, and is the sequel to DK: King of Swing for the Game Boy Advance. It was announced on May 9, 2006 at Nintendo's pre-E3 conference
  • Donkey Jet (Wii) -Donkey Jet (also known as Donkey Kong Taru Jet Race in Japan, with "taru" being the Japanese word for barrel) is an upcoming racing game for the Wii, announced on May 9, 2006 at the convention for the Nintendo GameCube, then moved to the Wii officially on September 14, 2006. It is rumoured that Donkey Jet is the revived version of Donkey Kong Racing.

The correct title of this article is DK: King of Swing DS. The article title conflicts with an existing namespace. ... “NDS” redirects here. ... DK Bongo Blast , Donkey Kong: Barrel Jet Race) (Donkey Jet in Europe) is an upcoming racing game for the Wii, announced on May 9, 2006 at the E3 convention for the Nintendo GameCube. ... The Wii (pronounced as the pronoun we, IPA: ) is the fifth home video game console released by Nintendo. ... E³ logo The Electronic Entertainment Expo or E³, commonly known as E3, is an annual trade show for the computer and video games industry presented by the Entertainment Software Association. ... The Nintendo GameCube , GCN) is Nintendos fourth home video game console, belonging to the sixth generation era. ... Donkey Kong Racing is a cancelled video game for the Nintendo GameCube. ... The Triforce is an arcade system board developed jointly by Nintendo, Namco, and Sega, with the first games appearing in 2002. ... Donkey Kong Jungle Beat Categories: Donkey Kong games | GameCube games | 2005 computer and video games | Computer and video game stubs ...

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