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Donkey Konga 3
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Japanese boxart of the game Donkey Konga 3: Tabehoudai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku for GameCube.
Developer(s) Namco
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Main Development Staff Director:
Hiroyuki Onoda

Producer:
Hiroshi Igarashi

Designer:
Hiromi Endo

Artists:
Naruhisa Kawano
Toki Iida

Composers:
Jesahm
Junko Ozawa
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Release Date(s) Japan March 17, 2005
Genre(s) Music/Rhythm
Ratings CERO[1]: CERO A.png All Ages
Mode(s) Single player,
Multiplayer
Media(s) GameCube Optical Disc
Input(s) DK Bongos,
GameCube Controller

Donkey Konga 3: Tabehoudai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku (ドンキーコンガ3 食べ放題!春もぎたて50曲♪, Donkey Konga 3: All You Can Eat! Spring 50 Music Works Mix in Japan), or just Donkey Konga 3, is a music/rhythm game developed by Namco and released for the Nintendo GameCube by Nintendo only in Japan on March 17, 2005. It is the third and final installment of the Donkey Konga game series. The gameplay is similar to the first two games. It features 75 songs and three new playable characters.

Playable Characters

List of Songs

# Title Performer(s)/Original Game
1 Hana[2] Orange Range[3]
2 Happy Days[4] Ai Otsuka[5]
3 Kimi ni Bump Ketsumeishi[6]
4 Makkensanba II[7] Ken Matsudaira[8]
5 Kore Ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi[9] Puffy AmiYumi[10]
6 Ii yuu da na
7 Youderu Tabe Houdai
8 Rokoroushon
9 Tomorrow
10 BINGO[11]
11 La Cucaracha[12]
12 William Tell Overture[13] Gioachino Rossini[14]
13 Eine kleine Nachtmusik[15] Mozart[16]
14 The Entertainer[17] Scott Joplin[18]
15 Do, Re, Mi, Fa Daijoubu (Hajimete no Otsukai[19] theme) B.B.Queens[20]
16 Baka Survivor (Bobobōbo Bōbobo[21] opening theme #2) Ulfuls[22]
17 Start[23] (Detective Conan[24] opening theme #14) Rina Aiuchi[25]
18 GO!!![26] (Naruto[27] opening theme #4) FLOW[28]
19 Seishun Kyousou Kyoku (Naruto opening theme #5) Sambomaster[29]
20 ignited (Gundam SEED Destiny[30] opening theme #1) T.M.Revolution[31]
21 Rewrite[32] (Hagane no Renkinjutsushi[33] opening theme #4) ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION[34]
22 Ashita ni Nattara (Donkey Kong opening theme) Koichi Yamadera[35] & Megumi Hayashibara[36]
23 Banana Tengoku (Donkey Kong ending theme) Koichi Yamadera & Megumi Hayashibara
24 Touch (Touch[37] opening theme) Yoshimi Iwasaki[38]
25 CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA[39] (Dragon Ball Z[40] opening theme) Hironobu Kageyama[41]
26 Ora wa Ninki Mono (Crayon Shin-chan[42] opening theme) Akiko Yajima[43] & Miki Narahashi[44]
27 Mezase Pokemon Master (Pokémon[45] opening theme) Rika Matsumoto[46]
28 Kite Kite Atashinchi (Atashinchi[47] ending theme) Aya Hirayama[48]
29 Super Smash Brothers DX theme Super Smash Brothers DX
30 Kochira Mona Piza theme Mawaru Made in Wario
31 Jungle Beat theme Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
32 Star Fox theme Star Fox Assault
33 Donkey's Groove (Donkey Konga 3 theme) Donkey Konga 3: Tabehoudai! Haru Mogitate 50 Kyoku
34 Katamari on the Rocks theme Katamari Damashii
35 Fire Emblem theme Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi
36 Donkey Konga theme (Famicom-style arrangement) Donkey Konga
37 Super Mario Brothers Main/Chijou BGM theme Super Mario Brothers
38 Zelda no Densetsu theme (Famicom Disk System[49] version) Zelda no Densetsu
39 Super Mario Brothers 3 theme Super Mario Brothers 3
40 Balloon Fight theme Balloon Fight[50]
41 Hoshi no Kirby Yume No Izumi No Monogatari theme Hoshi no Kirby Yume No Izumi No Monogatari
42 Parutena no Kagami theme Hikari Shinwa: Parutena no Kagami
43 Doctor Mario theme Doctor Mario
44 Super Mario Brothers Underwater/Suichiyuu BGM theme Super Mario Brothers
45 Nazo no Murasame Jou theme Nazo no Murasame Jou[51]
46 Donkey Kong theme Donkey Kong
47 Donkey Kong Jr. theme Donkey Kong Junior
48 Mario Brothers theme Mario Brothers
49 Ice Climber theme Ice Climber[52]
50 Clu Clu Land theme Clu Clu Land[53]
51 Galaga theme Galaga[54]
52 Galaxian theme Galaxian[55]
53 Dig Dug theme Dig Dug[56]
54 Xevious theme Xevious[57]
55 Rolling Thunder theme Rolling Thunder[58]
56 Mappy theme Mappy[59]
57 Doruauga no Tou theme Doruauga no Tou[60]
58 Dragon Buster theme Dragon Buster[61]
59 Dig Dug II theme Dig Dug II[62]
60 Sky Kid theme Sky Kid[63]
61 Star Luster theme Star Luster[64]
62 Battle City theme Battle City[65]
63 Genpei Touma Den theme Genpei Touma Den[66]
64 Yokai Douchuuki theme Yokai Douchuuki[67]
65 Pac-Land theme Pac-Land[68]
66 Warpman theme Warpman[69]
67 Family Circuit theme Family Circuit[70]
68 Family Jockey theme Family Jockey
69 Mappy-Land theme Mappy-Land[71]
70 Mappy Kids theme Mappy Kids[72]
71 Final Lap theme Final Lap[73]
72 Kai no Bouken theme Kai no Bouken[74]
73 Metro-Cross theme Metro-Cross[75]
74 Valkyrie no Bouken theme Valkyrie no Bouken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu[76]
75 Babel no Tou theme Babel no Tou[77]

References

  1. Computer Entertainment Rating Organization on Wikipedia
  2. Hana (Orange Range song) on Wikipedia
  3. Orange Range on Wikipedia
  4. Happy Days (Ai Otsuka song) on Wikipedia
  5. Ai Otsuka on Wikipedia
  6. Ketsumeishi on Wikipedia
  7. Makkensanba II on Wikipedia
  8. Ken Matsudaira on Wikipedia
  9. Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi on Wikipedia
  10. Puffy AmiYumi on Wikipedia
  11. Bingo (folk song) on Wikipedia
  12. La Cucaracha on Wikipedia
  13. William Tell Overture on Wikipedia
  14. Gioachino Rossini on Wikipedia
  15. Eine kleine Nachtmusik on Wikipedia
  16. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Wikipedia
  17. The Entertainer (rag) on Wikipedia
  18. Scott Joplin on Wikipedia
  19. Hajimete no Otsukai on Wikipedia
  20. B.B.Queens on Wikipedia
  21. Bobobōbo Bōbobo on Wikipedia
  22. Ulfuls on Wikipedia
  23. Start (Rina Aiuchi song) on Wikipedia
  24. Detective Conan on Wikipedia
  25. Rina Aiuchi on Wikipedia
  26. Go (Flow song) on Wikipedia
  27. Naruto on Wikipedia
  28. FLOW on Wikipedia
  29. Sambomaster on Wikipedia
  30. Gundam SEED Destiny on Wikipedia
  31. T.M.Revolution on Wikipedia
  32. Rewrite (song) on Wikipedia
  33. Hagane no Renkinjutsushi on Wikipedia
  34. ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION on Wikipedia
  35. Koichi Yamadera on Wikipedia
  36. Megumi Hayashibara on Wikipedia
  37. Touch (manga) on Wikipedia
  38. Yoshimi Iwasaki on Wikipedia
  39. Cha-La Head-Cha-La on Wikipedia
  40. Dragon Ball Z on Wikipedia
  41. Hironobu Kageyama on Wikipedia
  42. Crayon Shin-chan on Wikipedia
  43. Akiko Yajima on Wikipedia
  44. Miki Narahashi on Wikipedia
  45. Pokémon (TV series) on Wikipedia
  46. Rika Matsumoto on Wikipedia
  47. Atashinchi on Wikipedia
  48. Aya Hirayama on Wikipedia
  49. Famicom Disk System on Wikipedia
  50. Balloon Fight on Wikipedia
  51. Nazo no Murasame Jou on Wikipedia
  52. Ice Climber on Wikipedia
  53. Clu Clu Land on Wikipedia
  54. Galaga on Wikipedia
  55. Galaxian on Wikipedia
  56. Dig Dug on Wikipedia
  57. Xevious on Wikipedia
  58. Rolling Thunder (video game) on Wikipedia
  59. Mappy on Wikipedia
  60. Doruauga no Tou on Wikipedia
  61. Dragon Buster on Wikipedia
  62. Dig Dug II on Wikipedia
  63. Sky Kid on Wikipedia
  64. Star Luster on Wikipedia
  65. Battle City on Wikipedia
  66. Genpei Touma Den on Wikipedia
  67. Yokai Douchuuki on Wikipedia
  68. Pac-Land on Wikipedia
  69. Warp & Warp on Wikipedia
  70. Family Circuit on Wikipedia
  71. Mappy-Land on Wikipedia
  72. Mappy Kids on Wikipedia
  73. Final Lap on Wikipedia
  74. Kai no Bouken on Wikipedia
  75. Metro-Cross on Wikipedia
  76. Valkyrie no Bouken on Wikipedia
  77. Babel no Tou on Wikipedia
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