“H-Help me! Chunky d-doesn't like heights!”
Donkey Kong Country series
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Chunky's name was actually encountered before he made his first official appearance in a game. During one of Swanky Kong's quizzes in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, one of the possible answers to the question "What is the name of the Kong who owns the aeroplane?" is "Chunky Kong".
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
Chunky appears in one of Funky Kong's minigames in the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Here, he is one of the Kongs that appears in the water and has to be protected from being taken away by boats with Kremlings on them.
Donkey Kong 64
In Donkey Kong 64, Chunky is one of the Kongs captured by the Kremling Krew at the start of the game. Chunky is found in Frantic Factory in the Storage Room, where he is rescued by Lanky Kong. Once Chunky is free, he can collect green bananas, coins and Blueprints.
Chunky Kong fights the boss of the Fungi Forest, which is a rematch with Dogadon; When he defeats him, he gains one of the keys to K. Lumsy's cage. In Fungi Forest he has to go through a minecart ride in the well and collect a certain amount of coins to get a Golden Banana.
During the final battle against King K. Rool, Chunky is the final Kong to go up against the Kremling King. At the start of the fight, K. Rool will turn invisible and Chunky has to use the Chunky pad to turn invisible and see the Chunky barrel in the middle. Chunky then turns into a giant and is able to knock K. Rool against the opposite corner as he charges for him. Eventually, K. Rool is knocked out by Chunky. He celebrates his victory as K. Rool gets up with the intent of attacking Chunky before being distracted by Candy Kong and shot with a bazooka by Funky Kong.
Throughout the game, Chunky gains a variety of bizarre abilities from drinking Cranky Kong's various potions or buying from Funky and Candy. His first individual ability is Primate Punch, while the second is Hunky Chunky, and the third one is Gorilla Gone. Chunky's weapon is the Pineapple Launcher. His instrument is triangle; with this he can use the Triangle Trample. Aside from this he can learn Simian Slam, Super Simian Slam and Super Duper Simian Slam, which all Kongs use.
During the DK Rap in the intro, Chunky also briefly wore a 1970s-era disco outfit, although he quickly changed into his regular outfit as soon as he realizes that none of the other Kongs are wearing the outfit.
"Donkey Kong in When the Banana Splits"
In the comic Donkey Kong in When the Banana Splits, Chunky helps the other Kongs track down King K. Rool when he steals the Golden Bananas. Chunky is the first one to attack the Kremlings, leading to a large battle between them and all of the Kongs. Chunky and his companions eventually emerge victorious, and return home with the Golden Bananas. In the comic, he is incorrectly drawn with Teeth for an unknown reason
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Chunky Kong appears as a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl; it could only be used by Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong. The DK Rap that appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee appears again, but this time on Jungle Japes.
Powers and Abilities
Chunky Kong is physically the strongest of the Kongs, able to easily lift and toss boulders that not even Donkey Kong can move. However, he is the slowest of the heroes and cannot jump very high.
Chunky Kong's abilities from Donkey Kong 64:
Chunky is portrayed as the strong character, but with a sweet personality. Chunky is sweet and gentle and prefers not to fight unless he has to in order to help or protect those he cares about. He's normally cowardly, as if the player highlights him in the Tag Barrel, he'll shake his head and point at Tiny to try and get an excuse not to go. He also was afraid of Dogadon, and dropped to his knees to beg him not to hurt him. Despite that, Chunky can gather up courage to help out those in need.
Sprites and Models