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Belcha
Belcha

Belcha's artwork from Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!


Residence Belcha's Barn,
Lake Orangatanga
Species Barrel



Powers/Abilities Spitting an unlimited amount of Barrels containing Knik-Knaks
Enemies Kong Family


Games Donkey Kong Country 3


Belcha is the first boss in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, found in Lake Orangatanga. Belcha is a very odd boss, as he is a giant, apparently living Wooden Barrel, with eyes and a mouth. His large mouth plays a role in his attack pattern.

Belcha's BarnEdit

Belcha is fought at the end of Lake Orangatanga, his level called Belcha's Barn. Kongs will enter the battle, which is a mill area, and be greeted by Belcha burping out a Wooden Barrel at them. By jumping on the barrel, a yellow Knik-Knak will come out. The Kongs have to jump on the Knik-Knak once to get it on its back. It can then be used as a projectile. Then, the Kongs must time the throw into Belcha's mouth when it's open and Belcha will do a large belch, pushing him back. The stage itself has two end points, the right side being a pit, the left side being another pit. The right side is where Belcha must be forced to, and be trapped in order to be defeated.

Donkey Kong Country 3 - Belcha's Barn

Donkey Kong Country 3 - Belcha's Barn

Belcha will belch when you toss projectiles into his mouth.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • A Banana Bird Cave named "Belcha's Burrow" appears later in-game, far beyond Lake Orangatanga.
  • Belcha is one of the 2 Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! bosses to not reappear in Donkey Kong Land III along with Squirt.
  • Belcha has been reported as the cause of many children's nightmares, much like Squirt from later in the game.
  • This boss level's stage's background was originally a factory one in the SNES version of the game despite taking place inside a mill. This was corrected in the GBA remake. The factory background in the original SNES version might have been intended to refer to the stage's dark nature for being a boss battle.

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