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Boardwalk Stages: 3 (4 in the GBA version)
Mill Stages: 3
Snow Stages: 3
Hollow Tree Stages: 4 (5 in the GBA version)
Riverbank Stages: 3
Coral Cave Stages: 3 (4 in the GBA version)
Waterfall Stages: 3
Factory Stages: 3
Pipeline Stages: 3 (5 in the GBA version)
Cave Stages: 4
Cliff Stages: 5 (6 in the GBA version)
Jungle Stages: 3
Enguarde the Swordfish is a recurring Animal Buddy known for his swimming skills and ability to defeat enemies with his long, sharp bill.
Enguarde has more swimming precision than the Kongs, making him very desired in underwater levels. By pressing 'Y', Enguarde swims a short distance forward and defeats enemies in his path.
In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, he also received a new chargeable attack, which could be used to clear entrances to hidden Bonus Rooms. By holding and releasing 'A', Enguarde would pace forward at a high speed. Sometimes this was necessary to reach a DK Coin while the water was sinking.
Enguarde made his last true appearance in the fast-paced racing game Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. Since then, he's only gotten redesigns in the form of Super Smash Bros. trophies.
(First of all, this is originally the idea of @Dogleader , I am merely continuing the "series". I don't want to take credit for making these posts, thank Dogleader for originally coming up with this idea of making an informative post.)
Rambi is a helpful Animal Friend, having been the second-most recurring Animal Buddy, behind Squawks the Parrot. He is a large rhinoceros tough enough to smash boulders blocking his way. In the early days, he was often helpful for finding hidden Bonus Rooms by smashing certain walls. Rambi is also known to bash through hoards of enemies without taking damage-although the player should avoid bashing through enemies on fire.
In the first Donkey Kong Country game he could be found in Rambi Crates, which were usually easy to spot. He makes his debut in the first level, Jungle Hijinx, where both Bonus Rooms need to have their entrances cleared by ramming into them with Rambi.
The successor to DKC, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, introduces a new chargeable attack. By holding 'A', and releasing it a few seconds after, Rambi charges in a straight line, smashing everything in his path. However, Rambi needs to use the new attack if the player still wants to clear entrances to Bonus Rooms.
Next, Rambi makes several cameos in spin-off titles, but he wouldn't reappear in a main game until Donkey Kong Country Returns. Here, he can still bash through enemies with ease, although he doesn't smash walls anymore, and his chargeable attack is gone. Diddy Kong can make his jumps a bit longer, although the effect doesn't last as long as without Rambi.
His last recent appearance was in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, where he functioned exactly as in the game's predecessor.
I create the photo and place this gallery in this parrot. I hope everybody like it and this is (Mark Olivas).
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This is a Cover for a rare version of the dk64 ost cd,
On the cover, it says it contains 3 remixes and a screensaver, Odd for a music Cd to contain screensavers, right?, these types of cds are called "Enhanced CDS", these cds contain an audio session than can be played with a cd player, and a cd rom session that can be read with a computer
This is the back of an enhanced CD, if you can see a little weird ring (it also has a arrow pointing at it if you cant see it), thats the thing that separates the audio from the multimedia, thats how yer cd player don't make yer speakers blow out with data burst noises.
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I have to say, a lot of people thought Kiddy Kong was Chunky Kong.
Did you know Chunky Kong is the older brother of Kiddy "Dinky" Kong?
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Expresso the Ostrich
Rattly the Rattlesnake
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Could this be a possible hint? :o
I went ahead and fixed it
Made in ms paint:
Sorry about the mess with all of the smearing. I hope it doesn't look too bad :P
The drawing now includes:
The rose from the GBA version
Picture of the "Flupperius Petallus Pongus" is now on the wall
A Banana Bird flying around
A background (sort of)
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Remember Ram Bunkshus? He was planned to appear as a new Animal Buddy in Donkey Kong Land, but he never made it into the game. There still exists two artworks of him, which I think were published in an issue of the Nintendo Power magazine. I gave him a modern redesign, here you go :)
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Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
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Ive just stumbled upon this crazy large fandom of the kong universe and its honestly kinda fascinating. but i was too late and it appears hes already gone so pls let me know if i can find them. also this fandom seems interesting!
I hope you like it :)
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