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Donkey Kong

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Genre: Arcade, Platform

Platforms: Commodore VIC-20, ZX Spectrum, Intellivision, Arcade, Atari 2600, Amstrad CPC, PC DOS, ColecoVision, Family Computer Disk System, Virtual Console (Nintendo), Apple II, Atari 8-bit, MSX, Commodore C64/128, Atari 7800, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Texas Instruments TI-99

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The player controls Jumpman or Mario in home versions. His objective is to reach the top of the stage to save the Lady (Pauline in home versions), although he must jump over barrels and avoid fire, springoboads and sand piles. It became one of the best selling arcade games of its time and set the basics of the platform subgenre Version differences: - The NES versions features less levels. However, there are two difficulty ... Read More


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AkinNahtanoj
17 reviews

Awful 20%

Look, I really understand the impact of Donkey Kong, and I also know it's a classic beyond classics. But I really don't care. I hate this game. There. I said it. Put yourself in my shoes. I was a sniffling little poor boy, waiting for my parents to come home with the games they rented for the weekend (yeah, you could do that back in the day, you know). You were hoping for Super Mario Bros. but instead you got this pile of garbage with a stupid ... Read More

Positive points
Mario was born with this game, and so was Donkey Kong
Negative points
It's a really boring game