However, the modern incarnation of the character introduced in Donkey Kong Country is revealed to be a new character, the grandson of the arcade original character.. Additionally, according to the Japanese localization, K. Lumsy is his younger brother.. When Donkey Kong heard the news, he set off on his adventure, freed Diddy, and they both confronted King K. Rool. In Donkey Kong 64, Klumps reappear and are depicted as much larger enemies with a pink coloration. Kremlings[r] are a villainous group of crocodilian raiders and various other animals that are ruled by King K. Rool and antagonize the Kongs on a regular basis. The series mainly consists of two genres: single-screen platform/action puzzle games featuring the gorilla Donkey Kong as the main antagonist, and … Players can still switch back to traditional Donkey Kong and back to Funky again while playing in Funky Mode if they wish, but Donkey Kong and his partner will both have added health. King K. Rool fired him due to a paranoia that Snide was going to betray him. 1. He is one of the main characters of the television series adaption. Before the final battle against Tiki Tong, it's revealed that the Tikis use bananas as an energy source; Tiki Tong generates a pair of hands by consuming bananas and spewing the juice onto his Tiki minions.. Aside from Ghastly King, all of the Evil Kings reappear in Donkey Kong Jungle Fever and Donkey Kong Banana Kingdom, the two medal games based on Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. As with most of the Kremlings in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Kritters were dressed as pirates and are outfitted with peg legs. Diddy Kong, also known as Diddy, is a young male spider monkey, the secondary main protagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise, Donkey Kong's sidekick and nephew. While he's not into adventuring as much as DK and Diddy are, he doesn't mind going on them every now and then to show off his swag. Funky has a strong passion for surfing. In this game, the two Kongs ride in the Funky Barrel, another flying barrel created by Funky. Funky Kong is the coolest Kong on Donkey Kong Island and a big brother figure to Donkey Kong, being a role-model and someone for Donkey to strive to be more like showing that even if you are a hero, you still have room to grow. Donkey Kong 64 saw Cranky deal out potions that granted each of the five playable Kongs special abilities and could be purchased at Cranky's Lab. Wrinkly first appeared in the game Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest for the Super NES, where she ran Kong Kollege. and WarioWare: Touched! In the TV series, a singular Krusha appears as one of King K. Rool's henchmen voiced by Len Carlson. She is also a playable character in Diddy Kong Racing DS, DK: Jungle Climber, and Mario Hoops 3-on-3 for the Nintendo DS, DK: King of Swing for the Game Boy Advance, Mario Superstar Baseball for the Nintendo GameCube, Mario Super Sluggers and Donkey Kong Barrel Blast for the Wii, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch, and Mario Kart Tour for mobile phones. From left to right: Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong, Dixie Kong, Funky Kong, Cranky Kong, Wrinkly Kong and Swanky Kong. According to Nintendo’s official literature, this rough looking bunch was excommunicated from the Kong family long ago for reasons unknown. Pauline[o], originally known as Lady[p], is the damsel in distress from the original Donkey Kong, as well as the 1994 Game Boy game of the same name. He was voiced by Aron Tager, and by Ryūsei Nakao in the Japanese dub of the TV series. Diddy Kong, also known as Diddy, is a young male monkey or spider monkey, the secondary main protagonist of the Donkey Kong franchise, Donkey Kong's sidekick and nephew. They also appear in the Donkey Kong Country TV series as King K. Rool's henchmen. In the shop, Donkey purchases the Coconut Shooter, Diddy buys the Peanut Popgun, Tiny Kong scores the Feather Bow, Lanky Kong receives the Grape Pipe, and Chunky acquires the Pineapple Launcher. While almost all the Kremlings are enemies of the Kongs, one exception is K. Lumsy, who opens up levels for the Kongs in Donkey Kong 64. The franchise consists mainly of two game genres, but also includes additional spin-off titles of various genres. Ultimate - Karate Kong", "171. Chunky Kong's younger brother, as well as Tiny and Dixie Kong's younger cousin. In Donkey Kong Country on the Super NES, Cranky's main purpose was to distribute helpful hints about the game's many stages to Donkey Kong and his sidekick Diddy Kong whenever they dropped by his cabin. While Krusha doesn't appear in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, a similar blue skinned character by the name Kludge does appear. She also makes brief cameo appearances in the GBA remakes of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Klaptraps would appear as stage hazards and as a collectable trophy in Super Smash Bros Melee, they would reprise their role as stage hazards in future games in the Super Smash Bros. series, as well as becoming Assist Trophies in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Will he do it … Although he is mainly associated with his red bandana and cool shades, his look was modified in Donkey Kong 64, appearing more as a soldier than a hip-hop gangster. In the Nintendo Switch enhanced port of Tropical Freeze, Funky also serves as a playable character, headlining the eponymous "Funky Mode" exclusive to that port. Klump now wears a bucket on his head, and has a brown skin coloration. In the US version of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Krunchas and Krumples are mentioned in Kludge's trophy description. 'Baboon Balloon' allows him to inflate himself to reach higher areas, and 'OrangSprint' allows him to run really fast on his hands. Klumps[s] are large, rotund members of the Kremling Krew and appear as King K. Rool's second-in-command in various Donkey Kong games. While K. Rool's crown-and-cape look has been his default appearance since Donkey Kong Country, he takes on alternate disguises and personalities to battle the Kongs in other games: In the TV series, he appears as a king and often feuds with Kaptain Skurvy (who is based on the Kremling enemy Kannon). Funky has a strong passion for surfing. While overweight, K. Rool has huge muscles in his arms and he has proven to have enormous brute strength that matches (perhaps surpasses) both Donkey Kong and Chunky Kong in power. 2. According to the manual for Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, the Klumps appear as their pirate alter-ego Kannon. The Kongs are a group of apes (mostly gorillas) and monkeys.. The two Kongs travel in the Jumbo Barrel, a special barrel designed by Funky himself. She appeared again in Donkey Kong Land 2, and again in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Dixie Kong[f] is a young female chimpanzee or monkey with a prehensile ponytail. She is one of the first eight playable characters. His weapon is a bazooka that launches pineapples. Instead, he makes use of what can be found lying around, creating faster and mroe advanced watercraft to increase the areas accessible to the Kongs. Cranky Kong[c] is an elderly grumpy gorilla, known for his scathing fourth wall-breaking commentary. In Super Smash Bros. Candy was redesigned, now wearing headphones, a pink short-sleeve top, pink short shorts, and some sneakers.  The head of this group, Ghastly King, is a giant, shadowy Kong-like figure who serves as the ruler of the Fruit Kingdoms. He is served by a sea lion named Pompy the Presumptuous, a snowy owl named Skowl the Startling, a baboon named Ba-Boom the Boistourous, a blowfish named Fugu the Frightening, and a polar bear named Bashmaster the Unbreakable. He first appears as the game show hosts a TV show called "Swanky's Bonus Bonanza" in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest in which Diddy and Dixie must answer questions about the game correctly to win extra lives. Every world lobby in the game, with the exception of Hideout Helm, featured five doors with Wrinkly's face on them; each door presented a hint for the level that applied to the Kong that corresponded to the door color (yellow for Donkey Kong, red for Diddy Kong, blue for Lanky Kong, purple for Tiny Kong, and green for Chunky Kong). Krusha appears as a secret playable multiplayer character in Donkey Kong 64. In the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3, Swanky sported his Donkey Kong Country 2 look and now runs "Swanky's Dash", a virtual reality game where stars are collected as Dixie (as Kiddy is too young to play). When defeated, they give out a salute and fall over. Her clothing now consists of a beanie hat, sweat pants, a midriff revealing spaghetti-strap top, sandals and fur wristbands, as well as earrings that she did not wear in the previous games. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, several members of the Snowmad army appear as collectible trophies. Also, on the show, she worked at the barrel factory run by Bluster Kong, her boss. Before he was freed, he indicates that he doe… In Donkey Kong 64, her clothing was a beanie hat, blue overalls, a white T-Shirt, and white shoes. Kongs are a group of various primates that live on the Donkey Kong Island. A single Klump appears as a playable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. Kongs are a group of various primates that live on the Donkey Kong Island. Her second appearance was in Donkey Kong 64; in this game, she provided instruments for DK and company to use against the Kremlings and gives the Kong family more watermelons which increase the player's life. King K. Rool's younger brother, King K. Lumsy attacked the Kongo Jungle and took Dixie Kong Hostage! Mario[m], originally known as Jumpman[n], appeared as the player character in Donkey Kong. The five Kongs can return to Funky’s shop to purchase homing upgrades or extra ammunition. After Klump knocks out Diddy with his "enormous bulk," he instructs the Kremlings to stuff Diddy in a barrel and take off with the bananas. His moveset is based around his cane. , Funky Kong[d] is a gorilla who usually supplies services to the Kongs such as allowing them to go back to worlds they have previously completed in the game. Rool.. Before he was freed, he indicates that he does not like heights. There are 15 of them located throughout the Northern Kremisphere in order of appearance: Snide is a weasel who originated in Donkey Kong 64. Another — separate — set of cousins are Kiddy and Chunky. In this game, Funky Kong provides the same service as he did in the previous adventure. He can carry boulders and other heavy items that the other Kongs cannot carry. Their name is a combination of the words snow and nomad. Donkey Kong[a] is a series of video games published by Nintendo and created by game designer Shigeru Miyamoto in 1981. The Funky Barrel looks like a regular barrel except that it has wooden wings and a propeller attached to it.  They would also appear as hazards and enemies in the certain Super Mario spin-offs, such as Mario Power Tennis, Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Party 7. Donkey Kong now must go after the Kremlings and take down King K. Lumsy! Stanley also appears in Donkey Kong 3 microgames in both WarioWare: Twisted! In the first Donkey Kong Country game, they are usually seen either walking or jumping, Kritters known as Krashes appear riding minecarts in the eponymous minecart stages, as their name suggests, they are hazards that try to crash into the player. The Kremlings were originally conceived for a game called Jonny Blastoff and the Kremling Armada, an unreleased point & click adventure game that predated Donkey Kong Country. In the Mario Strikers series, a Kritter serves as a goalie for each team. Ultimate, he appears as a Spirit, using his artwork from Donkey Kong 64. In the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country 2 she appears as a model and assistant on Swanky Kong's quiz show, and she wore a purple dress. While she did not return in Donkey Kong 64, her sister, Tiny Kong, served as her replacement. Pauline was created by Shigeru Miyamoto and other developers for the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong. Klaptraps[v] or Klap Traps are recurring enemies in the Donkey Kong games. His Spirit is represented by King K. Donkey Kong Junior had his own segment in the first season of Saturday Supercade and was voiced by Frank Welker. Many of their names begin with the letter "K", with the exception of Skidda from Donkey Kong Country 3. Tiki Goons, the most common members of the Tiki Tak Tribe, make a cameo appearance in Mario Kart 7 on the track DK Jungle where they attack players and make them drop coins. He is also a playable character in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, as well as in multiplayer modes of DK: King of Swing and DK: Jungle Climber. Ultimate. Funky enjoys nothing more than … However, in the series, she looked completely different from the pink-clad blonde seen in the games. His objective in the game is to save his father, who was locked by Mario in a cage. Kritters[u] are common enemies in the Donkey Kong franchise and are the main foot soldiers of the Kremling Krew. One example of Chunky's fears is in the "character select screen spotlight" where he panics and asks the player to choose his more mature cousin Tiny. She has blonde hair with pigtails. Funky Kong is the coolest Kong on Donkey Kong Island and a big brother figure to Donkey Kong, being a role-model and someone for Donkey to strive to be more like showing that even if you are a hero, you still have room to grow. Their nephew is Diddy; he has no siblings. He also seems slower on the ball than the other characters. Upon completing all of his quizzes, Swanky will reward the player with a photo of himself to add to the scrapbook. Kong Friends. He was slated to appear in Donkey Kong Racing before it was cancelled and so far has yet to make a playable appearance since then. She is currently voiced by Kahoru Sasajima.. To attack, he uses a bazooka that launches pineapples at switches and enemies instead of … She also makes a brief appearance in DK: King of Swing, and is seen cheering on the player characters. , Klaptraps also appear in the TV series, as well as a large Klaptrap known as Jr. Klap Trap or simply Jr. appears as a minor character in the TV series voiced by Ron Rubin.. This was reverted to the original grandson relationship in subsequent games such as the Game Boy Advance versions of Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Donkey Kong Country Returns. He was also given a Jamaican accent. The current Donkey Kong (introduced in Donkey Kong Country) was initially described as his grandson, with Cranky having relinquished his name to him. He took back on his "surfer" appearance in later games. Their Spirits are represented by Ryu from the Street Fighter series and Donkey Kong, respectively. He is portrayed as somewhat pompous with a stereotypical English dialect. Despite his brawny build, he acts somewhat cowardly, childish and lacks some intelligence indicated by him speaking in third person and Broken English. Aside from that, he's also a member of the Soviet Yoshis. In the first Donkey Kong Country, the Kremlings wore military attire, but with the sequel, they switched their gear to pirate-themed ones. respectively. He aided the Kongs by giving them blueprints to the Kremling devices. It's only me, Wrinkly Kong," and then she gives the player advice on how to win a Golden Banana on the corresponding level. In Donkey Kong 64, Funky opens up Funky's Armory, a shop that sells various weapons to the Kong family. The Kongs defeat K. Rool a second time, and he gets stuck in Crocodile Isle's generator, which explodes. 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They appear as small crocodiles with large mouths and come in a variety of colors, but most commonly blue. After rescuing DK and defeating K. Rool, he retreats to his secret island, the Lost World. The Tiki Tak Tribe use hypnosis-inducing music on the animals of Donkey Kong Island (namely elephants, giraffes, zebras, and squirrels) and steal Donkey Kong's bananas, forcing him to retrieve the hoard with the help of Diddy Kong. Using various vehicles, Dixie and Kiddy can explore new areas of the Northern Kremisphere. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. She was voiced by Joy Tanner. Ultimate. 1. She is currently voiced by Satsuki Tsuzumi.. Ultimate. Here’s hoping this coolest of Kongs continues to make many appearances. A save file cannot be changed out of Funky Mode once it has been started. In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Skeletal and robotic variants of Kritters also appear in Donkey Kong 64. Cranky referred to her as "that girlfriend of his". Shortly before the release of Donkey Kong 64 in 1999, Leigh Loveday, the writer of Donkey Kong Country 2, stated that, as far as he knew, the modern Donkey Kong who appears in Donkey Kong Country onward is a grown-up version of Junior himself. They closely resemble the enemy known as Snapjaw from the arcade game Donkey Kong Jr. on their side. His first appearance was Donkey Kong Country. He first appeared in the game Donkey Kong Country. Lord Fredrik - Fair Spirit Battle - Super Smash Bros. Tiny Kong also appears as a playable character in Mario Super Sluggers, this was also Tiny Kong's debut in the Mario franchise.. Donkey Kong Jungle Beat", "Super Smash Bros. He returns in the 1994 Game Boy video game Donkey Kong, where he teams up with his father, who has kidnapped Pauline, against Mario. He also hosted the Jetpac game, and would let one to play it after earning 15 Banana Medals. Provided voiceover by actress Louise Vallance. He attempts to steal the Banana Hoard again. In the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country 2, Swanky's role remained the same except that he now has Candy as his assistant. In the third game, many of them are seen with no clothing of any sort. Tiny Kong[j] is a young, female chimpanzee from the Donkey Kong games who first appeared in Donkey Kong 64. Funky Kong is an ape (though he is also a monkey going by his own words) from the Donkey Kong series and possibly Donkey Kong's brother due to a near identical physical resemblance. Of course, Funky Kong reappears in the next sequel, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble. His weapon is the 'Pineapple Launcher', his instrument is the 'Triangle Trample', and the potion enables him to do 'Hunky Chunky', turning gigantic, 'Primate Punch', unleashing a very powerful punch which can smash down some doors and walls, and 'Gorilla-Gone', turning temporarily invisible. Introduced in Donkey Kong Country, he has appeared in a number of Donkey Kong games, primarily as a reluctant adviser to Donkey Kong and his various simian pals (in game and in the instruction manuals), as well as running minigames and tutorials. The Evil Kings are a group of villainous Kongs from Donkey Kong Jungle Beat who have invaded Donkey Kong's home turf. Chunky Kong[l] is a large yet ironically very young gorilla weighing 2,000 pounds and is one of the playable Kongs in the game Donkey Kong 64. In the game's storyline, Donkey Kong requested for him to protect their Banana Hoard overnight, while he takes a nap. He also appeared in the Saturday Supercade cartoon. Besides the Kritters and Klap Traps, King K. Rool's henchmen are Klump and Krusha. 1 About Him 2 Roles 3 As Clopin in The Wolf Of Notre Dame 4 Portrayal He is Donkey Kong's brother. Cranky Kong - Wrinkly Kong's husband and elder of the Kongs. He was voiced by Chris Sutherland in Donkey Kong 64, Benedict Campbell in the Donkey Kong Country TV show, Jūrōta Kosugi in the Japanese adaptation of the show, and currently by Toshihide Tsuchiya in the video games. The Kritters in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!  His name is a pun on the word cruel. It is speculated that, due to their identical appearance, Funky Kong and Donkey Kong are likely brothers. He alongside Klump are considered the show's villainous comic relief. He also had red sunglasses and an army cap with the same camouflaged …  Leading the Kremling Krew army in Donkey Kong Country, a Klump is ordered by K. Rool to steal the Banana Hoard from underneath Donkey Kong's Treehouse, which was being protected by Diddy Kong. Without his bandanna and shades, Funky Kong looks identical to DK due to using the same character model, except for the shade of his fur being lighter. In Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, K. Rool appeared as a collectible trophy. She appeared once again in the Japan only Donkey Konga 3. He appears as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. She also made a brief appearance in Donkey Kong Barrel Blast in the mode Candy's Challenges and allowed the players to collect up to a total of 1,000 bananas and to win the tracks in first place. , The Donkey Kong Country instruction manual states that Cranky is the original Donkey Kong character featured in the 1981 arcade game.. Without their helmets, Klumps are now vulnerable to Diddy and Dixie Kong's attacks. His first appearance was in Donkey Kong 64. as a toddler cousin. Chunky Kong is a big, strong ape that helps Donkey, Diddy, Tiny, and Lanky on their mission to defeat King K. Rool and his Kremling Krew. His skin color is also different compared to the games, with him sporting varying shades of green between seasons. In the Donkey Kong Country television series, Klump serves as King K. Rool's second-in-command and is referred to as General Klump where he is voiced by Adrian Truss, and by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese dub. Krushas do not appear in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, however, similar enemies known as Krumples appear in their place. Krushas[t] are blue Kremlings known for their supreme super-strength. They reappear in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, performing the same function. and a trophy of him can be obtained in the game Super Smash Bros. Melee. Ultimate. Chunky Kong appears as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Chunky is the older brother of Kiddy Kong and cousin of Dixie Kong and Tiny Kong. After three games of running operations that revolve around transportation, Funky Kong decides to look for a new gig. 1. Several machines and ghosts seem to be included in the Kremling Krew as well. His weapon is the 'Grape Shooter', his instrument is the 'Trombone Tremor', and the potion enables him to do 'OrangStand', walking on his hands to climb steep slopes. Achieving 5,000 points in Jetpac earns the Rareware Coin, which was required to beat the game. Due to their helmets, they are invincible to Diddy's jump; however, Diddy can defeat them with his cartwheel attack, or by throwing a barrel at them. Funky Kong returns in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.He hosts another flight service, Funky's Flights II, in every world except the Lost World.Funky allows Diddy and Dixie to use the Biplane Barrel if they pay two Banana Coins, although every trip after the first one are free.In the original Super Nintendo version, Funky is shown to surf in midair with his hoverboard. Stanley has only made one other prominent appearance as the protagonist of the Game & Watch game Greenhouse, in which he sprays worms attacking his plants. He was freed by Donkey Kong in the 'Angry Aztec' level in the Llama's Temple. If enough stars are collected, Swanky will give the player Bear Coins, Banana Bunches, and Extra Life Balloons. 3. They also appeared as enemies in the 3DS exclusive Smash Run mode, with Green Kritters attacking by biting three times in a row, while Blue Kritters attack by spinning around furiously with their claws. Similar enemies known as Kasplats appear in the main game. He also appears as the physical appearance of the transformed king of World 4 in the Super NES and Game Boy Advance versions of Super Mario Bros. 3. Their mission was to solve a series of mysteries in the Northern Kremisphere and find their missing friends Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. Klump was slated to appear as a playable character in another racing game, Diddy Kong Pilot, which later became Banjo Pilot after Rare was acquired by Microsoft. She is Dixie Kong's younger sister and is a cousin to Chunky Kong and Kiddy Kong, as stated in the manual for Donkey Kong 64. Her first appearance is Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest where she and Diddy Kong partnered as "inseparable friends" to rescue DK. Candy Kong[e] is a female gorilla and Donkey Kong's girlfriend who performs various services for the Kongs throughout the different games. He may not seem it… In his heyday, Cranky was the original Donkey Kong who battled Mario in several of his own games." Kiddy Kong was also playable in Donkey Kong Land III where he joins Dixie in her quest to prove herself worthy by finding the fabled Lost World before DK, Diddy, and the Kremlings. Most of the Snowmads wear horned helmets on their heads. Like the previous game, they cannot be defeated with regular attacks, and attempting to attack them will result in Kruncha becoming enraged. Often, Cranky mixed potions, somewhat prefiguring his Donkey Kong 64 role. She also appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Swanky Kong[h] is a gorilla and an entrepreneur. Donkey Kong Jr.,[b] also known as DK Jr. or simply Junior, is the protagonist of the 1982 arcade game of the same name and the son of the original Donkey Kong. In this game, Funky Kong completely changed his wardrobe as he wears camouflage gear, red goggles, a green cap (giving up the doo-rag), and has a large rocket strapped to his back. Lanky appears in his spin-off debut, Donkey Kong Barrel Blast as one the unlockable characters. Candy was also a regular on the Donkey Kong Country animated series as well. It was Chunky, with a combination of the 'Hunky Chunky' and 'Primate Punch' abilities, who defeated K. Rool in the last boxing match in Donkey Kong 64. If the two Kongs discover certain items during their adventure, they can bring them to Funky so that he can build new vehicles to allow further exploration of the continent. So it’s Donkey Kong (parentage unknown) and Funky Kong who are brothers. -, "A wilful and adventurous young chimp," -, "Dixie Kong: a heroic little monkey with a dangerous ponytail- Official Nintendo Website - Wii (US), "Many of the Kongs find it alarming that Kiddy has reached such a size at the tender age of three" .. "It was Dixie who found herself lumbered with this little cousin" -, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. Troff the Pig and Scoff the Hippopotamus are animals who originated in Donkey Kong 64. Her weapon is the Feather Crossbow, her instrument is the 'Saxophone Slam', the Potion enables her for 'Mini-Monkey', 'Pony-Tail Twirl', and 'Monkey-Port'. In Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Cranky becomes a playable character for the first time in a Donkey Kong platformer. She can do a helicopter-spin, equivalent to Dixie's, to slow down her descent. He is the strongest and biggest member of the Kong family but is somewhat meek. A Mii Fighter costume based on K. Rool's design appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U as downloadable content. This version of Candy also showed off a very quick temper to match her fiery red hair. In Donkey Kong 64, Kritters are redesigned and appear sporting similar leather jackets to Krunch, as well as belt buckles with skulls on them. He did not appear in Donkey Kong 64, but was mentioned in the manual as being the baby brother of Chunky Kong. He has many roles in the Mario games, including basketball, kart racing and many more. One of Donkey Kong's pals from DK Isle, Funky Kong hates leaving the safety of his garage, but gladly helps out Donkey and friends from the sidelines. She, along with Swanky Kong are the only two Kongs who have yet to become playable. She can shrink when she jumps into her special barrel, allowing her access to areas other Kongs cannot go. He eventually moved out of Cranky's house to … "He groggily rolled over to see the familiar wrinkled, white-bearded, grouchy face of his old granddad "Cranky Kong" peering down at him. Ultimate", "Donkey Kong Country Returns - 8-B Tiki Tong Terror & Ending Credits", "166. While guarding the bananas, Diddy was captured by the Kremlings and sealed afterwards. Here, he is one of the Kongs that appear in the water and have to be protected from being taken away by boats with Kremlings on them. They are armed with a cannon that allows them shoot barrels and "Kannonballs" (forward or downward).  Later online errata described him as age three and Dixie's "little cousin". He often talks about karma and is the best dancer on the island. Dixie appears in the Donkey Kong Country TV series.  However, the manual for Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Land, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, stated that Cranky is the original Donkey Kong and is the grandfather of the game's titular character. His name is often wrongly applied to his younger brother, Kiddy. Ultimate as a Spirit, using her artwork from Donkey Kong 64, the first time she has done so since the GBA version of Donkey Kong Country 3. One difference is that the cartoon version of Funky had tan fur as opposed to the brown fur his video game counterpart had.
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