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Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! † •Super Donkey Kong 3: Nazo no Krems ShimaJP, KR


Kind of like full upgrade up from one two and now to three here and you get new character which is like stronger boy who's young but very strong and able to do different to Donkey kong or Diddy here which is cool to experience.

This game has more puzzle feel to it all for more things to take you down such as green flying like bees here many things to land on you on the ground or air as a whole they really put a lot of effort into the gameplay here which is very tool and it's such a fun game if you not completed then try and get that done whenever you get time.

Has some RPG elements here such as collecting coins to buy things from shops or going around some of the gameplay using like waterboat which I  found a very smart idea to include a Snes setup .

You get save spots through each part of the level moving screen area which is cool to see as well plus nice they changed the older guy into now older woman or in theory his wife here which I thought that was a good idea to include lady version of him.

Music is great like the other two not any better or worse here which is cool you like the other games get animals such as like rhnios or frogs among other ones which is great to see back in action here.


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