Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest

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Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
The North American boxart for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
Basic Information
Video Game
Donkey Kong Country
32-megabit cartridge
Game controller
SNES and Game Boy Advance
Virtual Console
Wii and Wii U
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong QuestDonkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
European Union European Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
December 141995
Game Boy Advance
June 252004
Wii Virtual Console
May 162007
Wii U Virtual Console
October 232014
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
November 201995
Game Boy Advance
November 152004
Wii Virtual Console
May 212007
Wii U Virtual Console
February 262015
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
November 211995
Game Boy Advance
July 12004
Wii Virtual Console
October 232007
Wii U Virtual Console
November 262014
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Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest is a 2.5D video game released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It is also the sequel to Donkey Kong Country. It takes place after Donkey Kong Land and introduces Diddy's new girlfriend, Dixie.

It later received a Game Boy Advance sequel in 2004 and a Wii Virtual Console remake in 2007-2008. They have quite a little changes.

Characters[edit | edit source]

Kongs[edit | edit source]

Animal Buddies[edit | edit source]

Enemies[edit | edit source]

Bosses[edit | edit source]

Differences from the Super NES version and the Game Boy Advance version[edit | edit source]

  • In K. Rool's Keep, there is now a boss on the top of the roof, Kerozene.
  • After defeating a boss, Cranky gives out a description.
  • Swanky has new questions in quiz location and is redesigned with Candy as the assistant.
  • The view from the Kong Kollege windows change depending on which world the Kongs are in.
  • The Biplane Barrel is replaced by a Gyrocopter.
  • There are new minigames added.
  • A mode called Diddy's Dash has been added.
  • The story of how Donkey Kong got Kongnapped can be seen when starting a new file.
  • A scene on where Krow turns into Kreepy Krow can be shown after defeating Krow.
  • There are more color variations for Kaboings and Floatsams.
  • There is a new title screen with Bonus Features and Diddy's Dash included and the Start menu where Diddy must choose between.
  • The Lost World levels can be accessed in any of Klubba's Kiosk locations when completed.
  • The cranky Video Game Heroes has Yoshi and Link switched from 2nd and 3rd to 3rd and 2nd. Also the theme is now tropical-like.
  • The SNES Controller isn't an easter egg at K. Rool Duel anymore.
  • In the ending Donkey Kong punches Kaptain K. Rool out the roof instead of out the window in the original version.
  • Target Terror and Rickety Race have a daytime setting instead of a nighttime setting.
  • Monkey Museum is replaced by Cranky's Hut.
  • Almost all sound effects changed.
  • Wrinkly gives the Kongs a scrapbook throughout their journey.
  • The Start menu has now changed. There is now Wrinkly and Cranky's advice, save anywhere on the map, mini game scores, and call Funky.
  • The Kongs new voice clips are took by Donkey Kong 64.
  • The world maps are redesigned.
  • The Kongs can travel around the world map at any time for free unless they meet Funky at least once.
  • The Kongs' lives and Banana Coins are now saved.
  • A cheat to obtain all Kremkoins in the first level is no longer a cheat code.