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ExitIsNearSign Squeals On Wheels ExitSign
SquealsonWheels
World(s) Kremwood Forest
Type Mill
Music Theme(s) Mill Fever
Animal Buddies Parry the Parallel Bird
Bonus Room(s) 2
Notable Feature(s) Sneeks running on wheels must be defeated in order to open doors and progress.
Enemies Encountered Sneeks, Buzzes, Re-Koils, Booty Bird
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
First Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (for SNES) (1996)
Latest Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3 (for GBA) (2005)
Adjacent Stage(s) << Donkey Kong Country 3 for SNES >>
<< Donkey Kong Country 3 for GBA >>

Squeals On Wheels is the third stage of the world Kremwood Forest of the Northern Kremisphere, as well as the ninth stage overall in the game Donkey Kong Country 3. In the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version, it is preceded by Riverside Race and followed by Springin' Spiders. In the Game Boy Advance version, it is preceded by Riverside Race and followed by Barrel Shield Bust-Up.

Overview[]

This stage takes place inside of a mill and mainly focuses on Sneeks whom need to be defeated via Steel Kegs in order to defeat them and advance through the closed doors. The stage's exit is next to the start, but has a door blocking it and needs advancing to open up the door.

When a Sneek is defeated, a small part of the meter turns green. Later, the entire meter turns green once all of the doors are opened.

Sneeks, Buzzes, Re-Koils and a lone Booty Bird are located in this following area. It also has the debut of a new Animal Buddy: Parry the Parallel Bird.

Walkthrough[]

The Kongs begin the level on a flat pathway leading to a few bananas that hang along the ceiling and a Steel Keg that can be used to defeat a Sneek running on a small wheel. A Banana Bunch hovers above the mechanism. Once the Sneek is defeated, a meter on a nearby pole fills up, causing a nearby door to open and allow the primates to journey farther. The apes find a DK Barrel ahead of them after they reach the other side of the door. A Sneek and a rope are located near the barrel, and another door is placed to the right of them. The door cannot be opened until every Sneek in the level is defeated. If the heroes head to the top of the banana-covered rope, they reach a Banana Bunch and a solid area of ground with a Re-Koil on it. A wheel is suspended in the air nearby, and a Sneek runs along it, who can be defeated with a nearby Steel Keg. After they defeat it, a small section of a bar hanging on a pole turns green, indicating that the Kongs are closer to opening the next door, which is located farther ahead. Once the primates climb over a raised piece of ground with the letter K on it, they find another Steel Keg that can be used to defeat a Sneek on a wheel that is guarded by a red Buzz. A ledge is near here with a Re-Koil on top of it. Using an elevator to the right of the bouncing enemy, the Kongs are able to reach a higher area of the mill, where they can find another Sneek on the wheel being protected by two red Buzzes. The foe can be defeated with the Steel Keg placed under it. As with the previous Sneeks, some of a nearby meter fills up when this Sneek is defeated. The heroes can find a few ledges nearby with a Re-Koil on the edge of one of them.


A platform with a Steel Keg on it is raised over the pathway ahead of the ledges. The Kongs can use the barrel to defeat another Sneek on a wheel, which is surrounded by a red Buzz. After the rat is defeated and the meter is filled, they can use the wheel to land on a high area of ground farther into the level, where a locked trapdoor and a Re-Koil are located. Once the apes pass a nearby Sneek, they can reach another raised piece of ground with a Steel Keg on it and the letter O above it. A rope hangs to the right of the letter O, while an additional room is located to the left of it. In this room, the Kongs can find elevator that is able to lift them to another Sneek-holding wheel. After they defeat the foe and fill some of the meter as a result, they can head back to the previously-mentioned rope to reach a higher part of the mill. Here, they can find a locked trapdoor with a Sneek on a wheel above it. The Sneek can be defeated with a nearby Steel Keg that stands next to a closed door. Once the primates beat this enemy, the closed door opens and the meter empties, if they have defeated the previous Sneeks on wheels as well. The level's Star Barrel and another Steel Keg are immediately after the door.

The Steel Keg can be used to defeat two Sneeks ahead, who both run on wheels, which can be jumped on to reach a hidden area containing a Bonus Barrel. Ahead of the two wheels, the heroes can find a Re-Koil, another DK Barrel, and a lone Sneek that walks down a slanted platform. The Kongs can find an additional Steel Keg and an elevator ahead of here. The elevator can lift them to a Sneek on a wheel that is guarded by two red Buzzes. After they beat the enemy, the meter fills slightly. If the apes choose to progress from here, they ride to the top of the area with the elevator, where there is a solid piece of ground with a Steel Keg on it. The item can be used to defeat a Sneek on a wheel, which is orbited by a pair of green Buzzes. The letter N stands on a raised piece of ground nearby, which is followed by another Steel Keg and an additional raised area of the ground with two red Buzzes flying over it. The Kongs can carry the barrel past the Buzzes to be able to defeat another Sneek that runs on a wheel with it, who is placed nearby. After they defeat it, filling up some of the meter, they can head down a ledge with a trapdoor following it. After they drop down an additional ledge, they reach another Steel Keg that can be used to fight a Sneek on a wheel that is surrounded by a pair of red Buzzes.

Once they defeat the foe, therefore filling the meter, that can head onto a higher part of the ground, where they can find a Sneek and an Auto-Fire Barrel that can be used to blast them onto an elevator that moves in a horizontal path under a Sneek on a wheel. They can defeat it by using a Steel Barrel placed on a ledge to the right. They can progress farther into the level if they travel to the east, where they can find a rope with another Sneek on a wheel near the top of it. The wheel can be jumped on to reach a piece of ground ground with a Steel Keg on it. They can throw the barrel at the rat to defeat it, thus filling a small portion of the meter. After the two friends travel over a locked trapdoor, they encounter two Re-Koils hopping over a Banana Bunch. Nearby, they can find a Sneek on a wheel that is surrounded by a couple of red Buzzes. On a higher piece of the ground, they can find a Steel Keg that they can use to defeat the Sneek. An elevator moves to the right of the barrel that can aid the heroes in accessing a higher part of the mill. Here, they can find a Steel Keg and a closed door.


A Sneek on a small wheel is suspended above this area, and two red Buzzes circle it. Once the heroes defeat the rat, the nearby door opens, but only if the heroes are successful in filling the meter. On the other side of the door, the primates can find a trapdoor that they can break through to fall farther down into the mill. As they fall downwards, they crash through several trapdoors found previously in the level. After breaking through the final trapdoor, they land back near the beginning of the level, where a once-closed door is now open. On the other side of the door, they can find a long room with an Animal Crate containing Parry the Parallel Bird. They can use the animal to collect a long, straight line of bananas above them. The Animal Friend can also defeat a Booty Bird on the way, and once this foe is defeated, they are given the letter G. If the heroes travel farther ahead, they pass a Sneek and a red Buzz that flies high in the air. They must jump under it if they want to keep Parry from hitting it. A No Animal Sign follows the Buzz, and when it is passed, Parry disappears in exchange for a blue Extra Life Balloon. The Level Flag is ahead of here, and when the heroes raise it, the level is completed.

Collectables and Secrets[]

K-O-N-G Letters[]

  • K: On a raised piece of land, located after the second Sneek.
  • O: Located on a raised elevated part of the stage on the next of the second rope in the stage.
  • N: After the Star Barrel and on an elevated area, next to the fourth Sneek on a wheel.
  • G: Inside of the Booty Bird at the end of the stage.

DK Coin[]

Above a Sneek right before the letter N, a

hidden area can be found above the wheel and the Team-up move must be used to reach the area. There, a Koin can be found and must grab a nearby Steel Keg to throw behind the Koin while its shield points forward. Then, the Steel Keg attacks the Koin and the DK Coin is obtained.

Special Barrels[]

  • Star Barrel: Close to the letter "O".
  • DK Barrel: There is one right after the first Sneek on a wheel.
  • Warp Barrel: After going through the first door, Kiddy must throw Dixie in the top-left corner to reveal a Warp Barrel which takes them to the End of stage Flag.

Bonus Rooms[]

  • After the letter "O", Dixie and Kiddy Kong must go up an elevator to encounter a Sneek. The two then need to use their team-up move on the wheel, then on the ledge. There is a Bonus Barrel found on the right and leads them in a "Collect the Stars" minigame where the two must collect twenty stars within a maximum time of twenty seconds. they must jump over Sneeks on wheels while collecting the stars and then get a Bonus Coin.
  • Right after the Star Barrel, there are two Sneeks on wheels. The team-up move must be used in order to get on top of the wheel. Above the wheels, there is a Bonus Barrel needing to be entered. It is the same concept as the previous stage, but fifteen green bananas need to be collected within a maximum of thirty seconds. Then, they can receive the Bonus Coin.

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