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Release Date


  • JP 12th Dec 1983
  • US 18th Oct 1985
  • EU 1986

Wii (Wii Shop)

  • US 3rd Sep 2007, 500 points
  • EU 20th Apr 2007, 500 points
  • JP 27th Mar 2007, 500 points

Wii U eShop

  • US 28th Aug 2014, $4.99
  • EU 22nd Jan 2015, £3.49
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  • Review Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Wii U eShop / NES)

    Summin' it

    In among the Excitebikes, Super Mario Bros., and Ice Climbers of the NES’s North American launch sat Donkey Kong Jr. Math, an edutainment title seemingly designed so that hopeful tots could point to it on the shelf and Trojan-horse Nintendo’s new Duck Hunt-playing powerhouse into the family home, parents unsuspecting, under the guise...

  • Review Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Wii Virtual Console / NES)

    10 minus 9 equals?

    'Edutainment' titles are a strange lot. They're usually poor attempts to shoehorn some 'learning' in videogames, possibly out of fear that games rot the brains of kiddies. Donkey Kong Jr Math is no exception. The game features one player and two player modes. In the one player mode, the objective is to enter math answers in order...

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About The Game

Learning can be fun, especially when you play along with Donkey Kong Jr.!

Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division by directing Junior, a cute little monkey who must climb up and down vines to collect numbers and math symbols to solve the math problems his father gives him. Compete with a friend in a race to solve problems in Game A or add more challenge with Game B. Of course, you can also practice on your own! This game is perfect for younger players who are looking for a fun and easy way to develop their math skills!