Clambo

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Clambo
Clambo DKC art.jpg
Artwork of a Clambo from Donkey Kong Country
First appearance Donkey Kong Country (SNES) (1994)
Latest appearance Donkey Kong Country (GBA) (2003)
Comparable
Clam
Clampy
Durapurl
Oyster
Notable members
Giant Clam
“Clambo spits pearls at you when you swim past.”
Donkey Kong Country manual, page 30
A Clambo next to a "G" letter in the Game Boy Color version of Donkey Kong Country

Clambos[1] are underwater clam enemies with eyes and long tongues, first appearing in Donkey Kong Country.

History[edit]

Donkey Kong Country[edit]

Clambos lie on the seafloor, invulnerable to all attacks. They attack by spitting one to five pearls at Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong. Clambos debut in Coral Capers, but are more preponderant in the subsequent underwater level, Clam City. In the Game Boy Advance version of Donkey Kong Country, a photograph of a Clambo can be found in Clam City.

During the game's development, the Clambo enemy was known as Ms. Clamity[2].

Donkey Kong Land[edit]

Clambos also appear in Donkey Kong Land, where they are exclusive to the level "Nautilus Chase." However, instead of shooting pearls, they constantly open and close their shells. Donkey Kong Land also stars a notable Clambo, the Giant Clam, as the boss of the second world, Kremlantis. Unlike its smaller brethren, this colossal Clambo is capable of moving around in the water, having the ability to aim and shoot pearls at the Kongs at the same time.

Club Nintendo[edit]

Some Clambos can be seen in the Club Nintendo comic "Donkey Kong Country." One of them bites a Chomps which is trying to attack Diddy and Donkey Kong, in order to attack the Kongs itself.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クランボー
Kuranbō
Clambo

References[edit]

  1. ^ Donkey Kong Country Nintendo Player's Guide, page 19.
  2. ^ Ghoulyboy (11:56, September 14, 2015). "#DKCrevealed unused stuff - big sheet of names, locked up animals with 'too Zelda' keys and a whole level." Twitter. Retrieved May 21, 2016.