|Full Name|| Donkey Kong|
|Date of Birth||June 23|
|Family and Relations|
| Cranky Kong (grandfather)|
Wrinkly Kong (grandmother)
Swanky Kong (brother)
Diddy Kong (best friend)
Donkey Kong Jr. (father)
Funky Kong (cousin)
Candy Kong (girlfriend)
Dixie Kong (niece)
Kiddy Kong (newphew)
Tiny Kong (niece)
Lanky Kong (newphew)
Chunky Kong (newphew)
| Kevin Bayliss (Donkey Kong Country 1, 2, 3)|
Isaac Marshall (Mario Kart 64, Mario Party N64 Triligy, Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee)
Grant Kirkhope (Donkey Kong 64, Mario Kart: Double Dash, Mario Power Tennis)
Jim Cummings (DK: King of Swing)
Takashi Nagasako (current)
Richard Yearwood (English; Donkey Kong Country TV Series speaking by speech)
Sterling Javis (English; Donkey Kong Country TV Series singing voice)
Soupy Sales (English; Saturday Supercade)
Garry Chalk (English; Captain N: The Game Master)
Rubén Cerda (Mexican Spanish; Donkey Kong Country TV Series, Mickey Mouse's Mexican voice)
Kouichi Yamadera (Japanese; Donkey Kong Country TV Series)
|First Appearance||Donkey Kong (1981)|
|Latest Appearance||Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017)|
This Donkey Kong is either the son of Donkey Kong Jr. or Jr. himself. The original Donkey Kong, who first appeared in the arcade game of the same name, is in fact a young Cranky Kong. This makes him the third in his family to bear the name "Donkey Kong."
Donkey Kong is the main character of the game Donkey Kong Continent. In the game, he is one of the two Kongs who can use the Bammer and he has one of the best abilities in the game: Strong Kong. He is also the only character in the game that can use Great Girders. He can use team attacks with Diddy and Lanky.
Donkey Kong is two of the main characters in Donkey Kong Continent. Both his present self, and Donkey Kong Jr., are playable characters. In this game, he must rescue Cranky Kong from himself, and stop Jumpman from defeating the past DK, as well as the future one.
He appears in the game as the starting character. His stats are all "all-around" types, except the power.
- Speed: ☆☆☆
- Jump: ☆☆☆
- Agilty: ☆☆☆
- Power: ☆☆☆☆☆
- Special Agilty: he can destroy enemies and rocks claping hands on the ground.
DK appears in Lego Donkey Kong as the main character. He is playable in every level of the first world, and many of the second and third world's levels. He has average speed and average attack, and can use Vine Climb.
In Mario Guitar World, it has been confirmed that Donkey Kong will be the Final Boss for Story Mode on Amateur. If he is defeated you unlock Donkey Kong as well as other features.
A character in Mario Party Star Power. He has his own mini-game called Banana Slide. His color is brown and his logo is his trademark DK.
Donkey Kong appears as a boss in Mario & Luigi: Parallel Worlds. After he is defeated, Mario learns the Clone Bros Move: Luigi Barrel Blast. He is the Second Boss in the game.
Donkey Kong appears in the Wii boxing game Donkey Kong Knockout. He is one of the three starting Kong characters. He is a strong character with average speed. His special move is to use the crystal coconuts to grow twice in size doubling his strength and speed.
Donkey Kong is the captain of the Donkey Kong Wilds team on the Wii multiplayer sport game Mario Rugby League. His team is dispersed, with characters specializing in everything and he has the ability to throw barrels for an extended tackle.
Donkey Kong is one of the victims shot by the Soul Stars and controlled by Mewtwo in Pikachu's Final Destiny.
Donkey Kong, along with Diddy Kong, are seen in the RenarioExtreme anime series. They both work in a jungle office. They seem to have a good relationship with Rudy the Chimchar, who also loves eating bananas with them.
Mario Singalong! series
Donkey Kong appears in every game in the Mario Singalong! Series. He first appears in Mario Singalong Superstar!, then in a full country attire Mario Singalong Country!, subsequently as a member of the boys team in Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls!, appearing again in Mario Singalong Disney! where he becomes friends with Goofy and he appeared in Mario Singalong Rocks!, Mario Singalong Down Under! and Mario Singalong Legends!
In Super Mario Bros. 8, Donkey Kong appears in place of Princess Peach kidnapped by the evil Bowser. As the game design is of that as in Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong had the appearance of an ape without eyes. This lead to widespread controversy, along with the slow sales. Subsequently, Donkey Kong appears to have been Mario's beloved pet, which is quite untrue as Mario battled against him in the original arcade classic, Donkey Kong.
Donkey Kong appears as the captain of the Kourageous Kongs cricket team in Donkey Kong Test Cricket. He is the strongest batter on his team but a weak fielder.
Donkey Kong appears in his 2D form in the Vined Inc. WiiWare title Super Smash SNES in his appearance from Donkey Kong Country. His attacks are primarily rolling as in Donkey Kong Country.
Donkey Kong is a playable character in Mario Heroes as the power type in Team Banana.
Donkey Kong and Candy Kong are partners in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! 3.
Donkey Kong is one of the racers in Super Mario Hover Race.
Donkey Kong appears as a playable character in Mario Kart 8 Wii U. His special move is Five Banana's.
Off Road: 2.75
Donkey Kong appears as a playable character in Mario Kart Wii 2.0.
Donkey Kong makes a major appearance in Donkey Kong Kart D.I.Y..
Donkey Kong appears in DK Animal Racing.
Donkey Kong appears in World 5; Kong's Jungle as a tower boss. You have to hit him with a poison block 3 times.
Donkey Kong makes his first appearance in a non-spin-off Mario game in the Wii U/3DS title. Prior to the events of the game, DK decided to travel to Yoshi's Island for a vacation. However, he was unaware that the island's waters had been poisoned due to a recent Piranha Plant infestation, and when he tried to take a dip in one of the lakes, he ended up possessed by the toxic substance, just like most of the Toads and Yoshis who were on the island. Slowly dying due to the poison, Donkey Kong went insane and began a violent rampage. Later on, Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi arrived on the island and come across the gorilla, witnessing firsthand his destructive actions. Mario attempts to reason with him, only for it to go nowhere, before Luigi points out that DK had been poisoned. The four plumbers are thus left with no choice but to fight him. After the battle, DK apologizes for what he had done and proceeds to continue his vacation while staying away from the water. The player will also have the option to re-fight him if they choose. The fight can occur at any time ot day, though it is only accessible at night if playing on Hard Mode.
During the battle, the arena is surrounded by tall, thick slabs of dirt that can't be broken through. Donkey Kong is capable of clinging to the grass on the walls and on the canopy of the palm trees in order to avoid most attacks. His attacks include tossing wooden barrels, iron barrels that roll more slowly but deal more damage, and TNT barrels that explode upon contact and hurt even more, as well as leaving a patch of fire on the ground for a spell. He also tosses banana peels that serve as a slipping hazard. All of these projectiles except for the TNT barrels can be knocked back at DK via Waluigi's physical attacks, though repelling the banana peels will not do any damage. While on the ground, DK can also throw either single or rapid punches and create shockwaves by slapping the ground. A more disturbing attack of his is the ability to vomit poisonous sludge onto the ground from wherever he is, creating a slipping hazard as well as damaging anyone who touches it. He takes various amounts of damage depending on the type of attack he is hit with, as well as the plumber who used the attack. Most attacks will damage DK, though being hit by a fire attack or an explosive will light up his fur, causing him to receive damage constantly over the course of a few seconds. The only things that won't hurt him are ice attacks, which he will merely punch through, (and in the case of Mario's and Wario's, will knock them back). The player's goal is to whittle Donkey Kong's health meter down by a third, causing him to become stunned. Only then can he be damaged by ice, which not only freezes him, but also partially cures him of the poison. Once DK is frozen, he must be pushed into one of the walls, shattering the ice and leaving him stunned for longer, at which point he must be pummeled by any attack for a but until he recovers. Rinse and repeat twice more, and the battle is over, followed by DK apologizing for his actions.
In Hard Mode, the battle is altered somewhat. He is twice as large, and his power, speed, and defense have been doubled. All of his projectiles are doubled in size and damage-output, and thus cannot be repelled. He also stays stunned for only half as long as before, and is immune to the Weapon Suit. Fire attacks won't last as long against him, and the shockwaves he produces are larger. Aside from these buffs, DK also has darker skin and black fur, alongside a yellow tie and red eyes, with the poisonous aura surrounding him being green instead of purple. He also gained a new attack, in the form of summoning one of three of his helpers from Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, making use of their abilities to damage the plumbers and get around the arena quicker.
Main Article: Donkey Kong (SSB Over)
Donkey Kong appears in Super Smash Bros. Over as a playable veteran. He plays identically to previous installments.
he returns as the main antagonist and has kidnapped pauline once again. either because he wants her for himself or because he wasn't invited at the festival.
Donkey Kong appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch (mainly known as Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Deluxe) as a playable character. He is Powerful character type and his special move is Barrel Shot. He is a starter character. His default partner is Diddy Kong. His team name is the Donkey Kong Slammers.
|An amiibo figure of Donkey Kong exists! For more info about this amiibo, see this page.|