Banana Kong

For all of those 80s and to an extent 90s kids out there, Donkey Kong is a game that was likely very much part of their lives.

Anyone that had a Super Nintendo Entertainment system would have at least heard of Donkey Kong Country, if not owned one of the games in the series at a minimum.

While the golden days of classic console gaming may have passed however, Donkey Kong is still having an influence on modern games of all kinds of genre.

The endless running genre in particular is ripe for developers looking to evoke some nostalgia in true gamers, prompting FDG Entertaiment to come up with Banana Kong.

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Classic Monkey Games

  • Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

    Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

    Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze has players help Donkey Kong and his friends get back their home from Vikings. Swing, swim, leap, and barrel-blast your way through tons of eye-popping levels to save DK Island from a permanent freeze.

  • Donkey Kong Arcade Game

    Donkey Kong Arcade Game

    Far from the relatively revolutionary graphics of the 1994 Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Arcade consisted of Donkey Kong kidnapping Mario's girlfriend and taking her to the top of a construction site, forcing you to control Mario as he ascends the different levels of the construction site whilst dodging enemies such as barrels, fireballs, and piles of sand.

  • Diddy Kong Racing for N64

    Diddy Kong Racing for N64

    Diddy Kong, the so-called wannabe nephew of Donkey Kong, takes the spotlight in Diddy Kong Racing for the N64. Another classic game remembered by many, Diddy Kong Racing had a good number of modes for players to enjoy including a story mode, multiplayer.