Donkey Kong (Animal Crossing)

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Type of furniture Donkey Kong #525[nb 1]
NES game
Donkey Kong
Buy price Sell price
 3,000 Bells  750 Bells
Size
1.0 x 1.0  1 × 1
Obtain via
 Raffle
 Any villager (birthday)
 Treasure hunt
 Wisp
 Tree (good luck)
HRA points 1029
HRA penalty if facing wall Unknown
Feng shui
Red
Appearances
Names in other languages
 ドンキーコング
 N/A
 Donkey Kong
 DK
 红白机
 Donkey Kong
 Donkey Kong
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A

Donkey Kong is a furniture item in every first-generation Animal Crossing game. It can be placed on the surface of tables and other similar furniture that have surfaces for items. The player can interact with this item to play Donkey Kong.

Donkey Kong can be obtained from the raffle, Wisp, a treasure hunt, or trees when the player has good luck. It can also be obtained from the villager who appears outside the player's house on their birthday. For the purpose of fêng shui, its color is red. This item is lucky, meaning it gives a 777-point Happy Room Academy bonus when placed in the player's house.

No villagers have this item in their home.

Version differences

Donkey Kong in Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+

In Doubutsu no Mori, Donkey Kong is simply known as ファミコン (Famicom). Additionally, in Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+, the item is modeled after a Famicom rather than a Nintendo Entertainment System. Doubutsu no Mori e+ retains the design from Animal Crossing.

Game overview

For more information about this game, see its corresponding article on Super Mario Wiki.
Gameplay of Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong is a platforming arcade game released in 1981. It was later ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1983.

The gameplay for Donkey Kong is split into three levels, where the player controls Mario (known as Jumpman during the time of the game's release). The goal is travel and jump through a construction zone in order to get to the top to rescue the Princess, Pauline, from the giant ape Donkey Kong. After completing all three levels, the game loops back to the first and gameplay continues, but at a faster speed. It continues to speed up with each successful completion of the three levels.

See also

Notes

  1. Animal Crossing catalog number; #431 in Doubutsu no Mori; #433 in Doubutsu no Mori+; #584 in Doubutsu no Mori e+; #425 in Dòngwù Sēnlín

References

External links

Donkey Kong on other wikis