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Donkey Kong Land III

4.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
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  • Side-scrolling adventure
  • dozens of animal friends
  • over 30 levels of action
  • wide variety of locales, battery backup
  • stellar graphics and animation

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The most recent game in the DONKEY KONG LAND series of games for the Game Boy is the biggest and craziest yet! In DONKEY KONG LAND III you'll play as Dixie and Kiddie Kong in a side-scrolling action adventure. Now, in addition to Dixie's speed and gliding abilities, you gain the power of the over-sized toddler Kiddie. This little guy is just about as strong as Donkey Kong himself, and while he may be a bit overzealous at times, his strength is sure to come in handy. They are joined by dozens of animal friends looking to lend a hand however they can in over 30 levels of platforming action, spanning a wide variety of locales. DONKEY KONG LAND III has some absolutely stellar graphics and animation, thanks to the ACM graphic technique, and offers battery backup to save your progress!

From the Manufacturer

You've never seen a Donkey Kong game like this before! There are surprises galore as Dixie Kong and Kiddie Kong journey through brand new levels in search of the Lost City. Dozens of all-new friends will help them out while new enemies menace the duo every step of the way.

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ASIN B00000IWYR
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4.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #9,725 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 5.1 x 5.1 x 0.9 inches
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By A Customer on December 10, 1999
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This game has wonderful graphics and gameplay. The levels were well thought out and Rare made this an easy game to get into. With many items to collect and many hidden bonus rounds this game has a lot of replay value. The only bad thing that I can think of with this game is that sometimes the graphics are too good and it makes it hard for you to see the enemies, the Game Boy Color helps that alot.
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As a collector I absolutely love to pick up old retro games at the local Game X-Change. A few months ago I happened to come across a copy of Donkey Kong Land III for six dollars and made a point to snag it. I didn't get around to playing it for a while but when I did it really helped me out some unexpected ways.

Now, I'm sure you're wondering how playing a video game can quote unquote "help" you. A few years ago I picked up a copy of the original Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo at the same store but when I played through it something felt a bit off. I just wasn't enjoying myself to the point I did when I played the game when I was younger. I wasn't sure if the problem was me or if it was the game... all I knew was I was going to have to play another game in the franchise (as a point of reference) to find out. Fast forward a few years when I got around to this and well, I had a blast. After completing Donkey Kong Land III I played a few more games like Donkey Kong Country 2 on the GameBoy Advance and the original Donkey Kong Land and those only solidified the weird fact that I don't like the first SNES game for some reason. Unfortunate (and bizarre) as that is I'm glad the whole series hasn't shared its fate.

Since I've finished this game I've played the other two Land games and while the original Land is good despite its problems (2 is oddly disappointing for some reason...) I feel this is the strongest of the GameBoy games and considering how little it costs to procure this is just an excellent game to add to anyone's collection. However, as good as Donkey Kong Land III is - and how rewarding the unlockable time trial mode is - the sad fact is many people have completely forgotten about the Land series.
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The donkey kong seris is the best ever but its so hard to find them now.Right now I have game boy the games I love are DC1,2 and 3.I want right review about DC3.In it you get to be Dixie kong or kiddy kong.It is realy fun because there are alot of levels collet DC coins, bear coins (for some secerts at the bear shop) and ballons and alot more stuff!But to get to the lost world you need to collect all of the DC coins to battle King K.Roll!
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I think that Donkey Kong Land III Best gameboy game there is. I really enjoyed playing it and I thought the music was catchy. I do'nt think there is anything virtually at all wrong with it. The drawings are good and and every thing is brilliant!
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This game is fun and just like the original Donkey Kong Country 3. Just like Donkey Kong Land 2, the areas are the same as their SNES counterparts but the level designs are different.

I enjoyed the levels in this game and it is a very large game for Gameboy standards. The game took me about 5 hours to complete 100% and there are almost as many levels in this game as the original.

The controls play perfectly. I never had any problem with the controls since they are identical to the SNES game except Kiddy doesn't have the water skip.

The secrets are much harder to find than the other Donkey Kong Land games, but not impossible. I got stuck only in 3 levels. The water levels are not fun because to find those secrets you need to run into every wall on all four sides to make sure you don't miss a hidden opening. It wears on your thumbs really bad but luckily there aren't many water levels.The secrets are cleverly hidden sometimes but other times the only way to find them is to jump down a hole that would otherwise kill you and they do this a lot. Doesn't seem fair but after beating a level, you can jump down a hole and pause and exit the level before dying if nothing was there.

If you get all the secrets you get the usual Lost World but if you get all the secrets from those you get something new, trial runs. These trial runs are punishing and are almost as hard to get as those in Donkey Kong Country Returns. To win you have to be perfect and attack enemies every chance you get to get a short boost of speed. The hardest is the water level because the only way to win that one is to know the secret shortcut barrel.

Overall, the game is fun and long. You can enjoy the game for hours, especially if you try to find all the secrets.
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A Kid's Review on August 12, 2002
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this is an awesome game. it has fun gameplay, moderate graphics, and excellent music. you can choose to be Dixie kong or Kiddie Kong. each one has advantages. you have to collect DK
coins and Bonus coins. I don't own this game; a friend lent it
to me. Overall, this is a very entertaining game. it is compatible with the Game Boy or Game Boy Color.
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By Ben on December 6, 2000
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Donkey Kong Land III is agreat game for everything. From long trips to those short waits on the Metro. This is probably the best game in the Donkey Kong Land series for Game Boy and you have the choice of choosing the unusually large Kiddy Kong (a baby) or from my personal favorite character, Dixie Kong. No Donkey Kong? While apperintly he's not in this game. This game has great side-scrolling action and also has some pretty good graphics. With tons of lands with big enough levels, this game will keep you occupied for hours. The enimies in DK3 are pretty much the same as the past DK games, but there are a lot more barrels and options in DK3. The only two things I don't like about DK3 is that the boss in the third land is so darn hard and it took me a long time to beat him. The other thing that I don't like is that the only way to save is if you make it to a little hut with some old guy in it and that could be four levels into a land. While even though the game isn't perfect it's still a great game and is not bad compared to Donkey Kong Country on Super Nintendo. If Action/Adventure is your bag than you've got to buy this game.
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