Donkey and Diddy Kong outside their treehouse.
|Music Theme(s)||DK Island Swing|
|Animal Buddies||Rambi the Rhinoceros|
|Notable Feature(s)||First stage in Donkey Kong Country|
It introduces Rambi
It has DK's and Diddy's Treehouse and Banana Hoard
|Enemies Encountered||Gnawties, Kritters, Klumps, Necky|
|Game(s)||Donkey Kong Country|
- 1 Overview
- 2 Walkthrough
- 3 Bonus Stages
- 4 Scrapbook Collectibles (Game Boy Advance version only)
- 5 Animal Buddies
- 6 Helpful collectibles
- 7 Barrels
- 8 Counts
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Videos
- 11 Trivia
As this stage is the very first in the game, it is made to be the simplest. It has the jungle theme like Ropey Rampage, Barrel Cannon Canyon and Orang-utan Gang, which are found later in DKC. This stage contains minor threats, along with the simplest of enemies to defeat. The Banana Hoard and Treehouse are located here, with the treehouse containing an Extra Life Balloon. This stage takes place in the daytime, and upon reaching the end of it, it turns into nighttime. This only happens in the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version of DKC.
When the stage starts, Donkey blasts out of his treehouse and onto the ground. He can find three bananas and a lone Gnawty. Donkey can hop onto the steps to his treehouse to go along and collect Extra Life Balloons or continue on land, grab Diddy from the DK Barrel and pass two Kritters on higher elevations of land and nab the Letter "K". Then, the two primates encounter two Klumps whom they must attack/avoid until reaching the Star Barrel and gaining the Letter "O" which is exactly next to the barrel.
Next, the two primates will pass a DK Barrel and then a nut-throwing Necky on a high elevation of land. They can even get a Expresso Animal Token directly underneath Necky. The two must continue passing along until reaching an Animal Crate where Rambi is trapped in. They can free/turn into Rambi, depending on the version and continue. Next, Rambi and the primates encounter three Gnawties and the Letter "N". Then, Rambi and the monkeys have a choice to make when coming near the high elevation; they can either go upwards on the high elevation with two Kritters on it or through the hidden bonus area behind a wall. Either way, the monkeys and Rambi are led to the Letter "G". Then, they can either break another blockage in an elevated ground as a bonus and then move forward, destroy a lone Klump, jump over two abysses ad then end the stage.
Scrapbook Collectibles (Game Boy Advance version only)
|The first Photograph can be found inside of the treehouse, located on the far left of the area, behind a banana bunch.||The Photograph is of the title screen from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version of DKC, but without the words, "Donkey Kong Country".|
|The second Photograph can be revealed by hand-slamming the first Klump shortly before the Star Barrel.||The Photograph is a picture of Klump.|
|The third Photograph is inside of the first Bonus Stage, near the start and scattered among the bananas.||The Photograph is of Donkey riding Rambi.|
|Rambi the Rhinoceros can be found shortly following the perched Necky throwing nuts and the Expresso Token. To ride him, break his crate with either a Barrel, a hand slap from Donkey, or by jumping.|
Extra Life Balloons
|Red||The first Red Balloon is inside DK's and Diddy's Treehouse. Bounce on the half-buried tire to reach it.|
|The second Red Balloon can be obtained using Diddy to jump to the treetops shortly after the Letter "K". Then, jump to the next treetop before this Balloon flies away.|
|The third Red Balloon can be found after collecting Red Balloon #2. Cartwheel and jump over the large tree gap to reach the next tree, and collect this Balloon before it flies away.|
|The fourth Red Balloon is at the end of the first Bonus Stage. Jump to collect it before it flies away.|
|Green||After collecting te third Red Balloon, cartwheel and jump as far as possible to reach another treetop with this Green Balloon. Catch it before it flies away.|
|Blue||The two Blue Balloons are located off-screen at the stage's exit. With Rambi, jump atop the stage's exit mountain, then trot to the right as far as possible. Jump as high as possible, and at the apex of the jump, dismount Rambi to reach an invisible tire. Bounce high on the tire to access an autofire barrel cannon that will launch the Kongs into both Blue Balloons.|
|Expresso||The Expresso Token is right after the Star Barrel; it is underneath the perched Necky throwing nuts.|
|Star Barrel||The Star Barrel is directly after the two Klumps walking left.|
This Warp Barrel is exclusive to Game Boy Advance version.In order to do enter this Warp Barrel, the Kongs must climb up the treehouse, jump on trees, until reaching the fourth one. The primates must then drop down to fall into the Warp Barrel. It is a shortcut to near the Letter "G".
|The first DK Barrel can be found to the right of the very first Gnawty.|
|The second DK Barrel is immediately after the Star Barrel, on the ground below the Letter "O".|
|The Steel Keg is located in an item cache in the ground, shortly after DK's and Diddy's Treehouse. The Kongs must jump from the treetops above and land on the ground, as shown by the arrow of bananas.|
|Barrel Cannon (autofire)||1|
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Game Boy Advance
- It is the only stage in Kongo Jungle to have a Necky.
- Jungle Hijinxs was originally going to have a full nighttime setting and be called Jungle Japes which is also the name for the first area in Donkey Kong 64.
- In the Game Boy Advance remake, the Extra Life Balloon in the treehouse can only be obtained once through the course of the game.
- Also opposed to Super Nintendo Entertainment System version, the background does not go dark near the end.