Yah Mo Play: Donkey Kong Country: Part 1: Jungular Vine Thrombosis





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Published on Nov 16, 2012

Laughingboy is gonna play you some Donkey Kong Country. You play as the titular character, along with his buddy Diddy to take back the Banana Hoard that was stolen from you by King K. Rool...

This is the game that skyrocketed Rareware to enormous popularity back in the early 90's and also happened to be the first game I ever owned. There's a lot to see here and I really hope you guys enjoy!

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Donkey Kong Country is a popular game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System that was released in 1994. The game is credited with bringing back the Donkey Kong character, as well as starting a new franchise entirely based around new characters and gameplay.

The game is known for being the first game to use pre-rendered sprites, creating a 3D effect throughout the game. The graphics were made with expensive Silicon 3-D graphic models and compressed for 2-D SNES. This allowed them to have more detail in animations and large amounts of detail, for a 16-bit console, which was revolutionary at the time.

The game was very successful, since it sold over 8 million units and spawned two sequels, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, and later Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! It is often viewed as a cult classic. This game would later inspire a brand new Wii game, Donkey Kong Country Returns.

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