Capsule Toy Machine

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This article is about a collectible toy dispenser from Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. For information about a type of device in Mario Party 5, see Capsule machine.
“Been spendin' all your coins on these cool capsule toys?”
Funky Kong
Funky Kong introduces his Capsule Toy Machine to the Kongs
Funky Kong introduces the Capsule Toy Machine to the Kongs.

The Capsule Toy Machine is a gashapon machine in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and its Nintendo Switch port that yields figurines enclosed in capsules. It is owned by Funky Kong, who claims to have found it "a while ago", and is put on display in his shop, Funky's Fly 'n' Buy.

The figurines themselves are miniature representations of the main characters and the Snowmads. Only a few figurines can be obtained at the beginning of the game, but six more figurines are added to the machine for each boss defeated. Each figurine costs five Banana Coins. Figurines are dispensed at random, and the player can get duplicates. Once the player obtains all unique figurines available before beating the next boss, Funky will say that he is out of stock and will not let the player buy any more figurines until new ones are added. Similarly, when the Kongs own all distinct figurines, Funky Kong refuses to sell any more to them, instead asking if they are interested in trading later.

Figurines gallery[edit]

The player can view the obtained toys in the "Figurines" gallery by choosing the "EXTRAS" option. Each of them is placed on a stand resembling part of a wooden barrel. The player can study these figurines by zooming in and out of them, or by rotating the camera around them. Figurines are divided into categories:

The following table lists all figurines and the condition to make them available in the shop.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シャカポン
Play on "gashapon"

Italian Pupazzetto
Little toy
Spanish Máquina de juguetes[1]
Toy machine


  1. ^ Guía, trucos y ayuda de Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. Guías Nintendo. Retrieved June 12, 2018. (Archived February 19, 2020, 23:12:29 UTC via Wayback Machine.)