A direct follow-up to the previous adventure, Donkey Kong II sees Donkey Kong Jr.
in a pseudo-amalgamation of the third and fourth screens of his Arcade game. must once again climb upwards, pushing the locks open to free his father.
After Stanley sprays Donkey Kong with insecticide three times to keep him off of the greenhouse floor, he runs away.
In the final stage, Donkey Kong is forced back and gets his head stuck in a beehive.
Baby Donkey Kong is one of the seven star children.
Donkey Kong's first appearance (where he is later confirmed to be a younger Cranky Kong) is in the Arcade game of the same name, where he is the main enemy.
This article is about the character Donkey Kong, as of Donkey Kong Country. For other uses of the name "Donkey Kong", see Donkey Kong (disambiguation).
For other uses of the moniker "DK", see DK (disambiguation).
In Donkey Kong Jr., the eponymous ape must obtain four keys from a tree to unlock his father's cage.
Indeed, this new Donkey Kong was a character built for a new generation.
During the current Donkey Kong's infancy, he is stolen from his treetop home by Kamek and his Toady army during their massive kidnapping spree.
When trouble arises, Donkey Kong jumps headfirst into the action to help his friends and protect his island.
However, he has also been portrayed as a villain on multiple occasions, such as in the Mario vs. Despite his name, Donkey Kong is the third known Kong to be named as such; his grandfather Cranky Kong was the original Donkey Kong, while his father Donkey Kong Jr. Donkey Kong's character design was created by Shigeru Miyamoto for the Donkey Kong arcade game, in which the big ape kidnaps Mario's original girlfriend, Pauline.
In the arcade version, upon his head getting stuck in a beehive, he also twitches and tries to get the beehive off, only to fall to the ground, with the beehive breaking in half and revealing that Donkey Kong's face is partially swollen, with his right eye also puffy, implying he was stung by bees.