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Donkey Kong is a port of the original arcade game. There is one difference, though. It is missing one level from the original. This greatly hurts the game's value.There are three levels in the game. Two of them have you climbing up to where Princess Pauline, (Thats right, Peach isn't in this game,) is. The other one has you running over all the yellow blocks, making the tower collapse. On these levels you can also defeat enemies and collect some of Pauline's items for more points. Once you get t...
Donkey Kong is the 1981 classic arcade title that put both protagonist Mario and the game designer Shigeru Miyamoto on the map, not to mention Donkey Kong himself. The plot is at heart a video game version of King Kong, a fact which lead to an unsuccessful trademark infringement lawsuit against Nintendo in 1982. The protagonist Mario (called Jumpman at the time) has to save his girlfriend Pauline, who has been kidnapped by the giant ape Donkey Kong and carried up a building under construction. A...
Glockstar Armani presents this game with a *GLOCKIE* award for:*BEST GAME OF 1981*It's strange: this game is kind of like a reverse-crossover. It gave us Mario, Peach, and DK before we had games featuring Mario, Peach, and DK. So, if this is the real deal, does that mean that everything else that came after is nothing but a cheap spin-off?!!?!?! Because I'd be totally cool with that.This is a game about saving a girl from a monkey at a construction site. Also, there's barrels. That's all I'm gon...
This arcade game is varied of four levels. The plot of this game is Donkey Kong, an evil ape capturing a princess. Then you take control of a chubby man with a moustache to save the princess. As you take control of Mario you have to climb ladders, jump over moving objects, and avoid hitting ghosts, also collecting items to collect points on the way. Your goal is to reach the very top level or platform of each level, and at the end of the fourth level the platforms in the middle tumble down leavi...
The ShortPros- Faithful port to the arcade classic- Challenging and fun run for points, even to this day- Everybody's seen this game before- Start of Mario's (and Donkey Kong's) careersCons- NES version is missing a level from the arcade version- It's also missing the awesome opening movie, as well as the sense of progression (height) between levels- Jumping and climbing controls seem a bit archaic in this day and age- Original cartridge had no battery save for scoresA scene that every game shou...
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