Belcha's Barn

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Level
Belcha's Barn
Belcha DKC3 battle.png
World-Level 1 - BOSS
World Lake Orangatanga
Game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
Boss Belcha
Music Boss Boogie
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Belcha's Barn is the boss level of Lake Orangatanga, the first world of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! To proceed to the second world, Kremwood Forest, the Kongs must defeat Belcha.

Overview[edit]

Game Boy Advance battle

The level begins in a small room with a trapdoor. In the Game Boy Advance version, a short trail of bananas leads to the trapdoor. If only one Kong is active, a DK Barrel is found beneath the trapdoor. The battle starts when the Kongs enter through the trapdoor.

The fight takes place in a corridor with a pit on each side. In the Game Boy Advance version, there is a spinning, spiky turbine in the left pit. Belcha repeatedly spits out a barrel as he slowly hopping to the left, attempting to force Dixie and Kiddy into the turbine. If the Kongs fall into the left pit, they lose a life. To attack Belcha, the Kong must jump on the barrel to release the yellow Knik-Knak within. By doing so, Belcha starts gnashing his teeth. The Kongs must jump on the yellow Knik-Knak to flip it over and throw it into Belcha while its mouth is still open. This causes Belcha to burp, which propels him backward. The Kongs must continue the pattern of throwing a yellow Knik-Knak into Belcha's mouth until he falls into the pit on the right, trapping him and ending the battle. The Kongs can defeat Belcha by throwing a minimum of two yellow Knik-Knaks into his mouth, depending on how quick they are and if they did not miss any throws.

When Belcha is defeated, he leaves behind a Bonus Coin. If the Kongs return to Belcha's Barn and defeat Belcha again, they are rewarded a Bear Coin instead.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 巨大タル ボス ベルチャ
Kyodai taru bosu Berucha
Huge Barrel, Boss Belcha
French Grange de Belcha Literal translation
Italian Rimessa di Belcha Storeroom of Belcha

Trivia[edit]

  • Although the battle takes place in a mill, it has a factory background. In the Game Boy Advance remake, its background is consistent with other mill levels.