- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 19th Feb 2007 (USA), 800 points
- 8th Dec 2006 (UK/EU), 800 points
- 12th Dec 2006 (JPN), 800 points
Wii U eShop
- 16th Oct 2014 (UK/EU), £5.49
- 26th Feb 2015 (USA), $7.99
- 21st Nov 1994 (USA)
- 24th Nov 1994 (UK/EU)
- 24th Mar 2016 (UK/EU), £7.19
- 24th Mar 2016 (USA), $7.99
- Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
New 3DS / SNES
Rare's series of Donkey Kong games mixed impressive visuals with some brilliant platforming action as you ran, jump, swung and swam through a variety of locations defeating those nasty Kremlings, collecting bananas and finding secrets. The Game Boy's three Donkey Kong Land games have previously been re-released via the 3DS Virtual...
Wii U eShop / SNES
Hasn't aged a day
Back in 1994, before 3D games had taken off, a little UK-based games developer called Rare decided that if it couldn’t have good looking 3D models in a game, it'd have to get creative. Donkey Kong Country used a pioneering new technique for the time that took images of pre-rendered three dimensional models and turned these...
Wii Virtual Console / Super Nintendo
Worth going bananas over still?
Much fuss was made about Donkey Kong Country when it was first released, and with good reason - the CGI visuals were a cut above what SNES owners were used to at the time and the game seemed to give the Super Nintendo a much needed second wind. Donkey Kong Country is a side-scrolling platformer. Using DK and Diddy,...
Donkey Kong Country Guides
It's Christmas, which might mean snow wherever you are in the world. However, not all of us are that lucky, and sadly have to settle for rain or – gasp! – ghastly sunshine instead. Fear not, though – there is a solution: playing winter-themed levels in your favourite games. Christmas is the best time for it too, as you're...
About The Game
Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong go on a quest to recover their bananas stolen by King K. Rool. This jaw-dropping platform game revived the popular Donkey Kong franchise and became one of the biggest hits of the Super Nintendo.
Donkey Kong Country used pre-rendered 3D graphics which impressed gamers all over the world. The game is not only a visual feast but also offers quite a decent challenge for advanced players. Although the main adventure is enjoyable by everyone, finding all its secrets will require some time and dedication.