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Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Like most enemies, Click-Clacks move around in a set pattern. Click-Clacks have some durability, as shown from if Diddy or Dixie Kong jump on one, it falls on its back undefeated. While it is in this state, the Click-Clack is defenseless, allowing the Kongs to jump on it again to defeat it. However, after a few seconds from falling on its back, the Click-Clack hops back onto its feet and continues moving around. The Kongs can also pick up a Click-Clack while it is on its back. Click-Clacks can instantly be defeated from either Diddy's Cartwheel Attack or Dixie's Helicopter Spin, or by throwing a barrel or kannonball at them.
In the game's sequel, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble, Click-Clacks seem to have been succeeded by the yellow Knik-Knaks, who behave similarly to Click-Clack.
Donkey Kong Land 2
Click-Clacks make their second appearance in Donkey Kong Land 2. Here, Click-Clacks behave almost identically to their first appearance aside from one minor difference: if either Diddy or Dixie jump on a Click-Clack, the player can move them as they bounce back in midair. Click-Clacks appear in fewer levels than in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
During the end credits of the Japanese release, Click-Clacks are known as Beetles.
DK: King of Swing / DK: Jungle Climber
Click-Clacks make a reappearance in DK: King of Swing and its sequel DK: Jungle Climber, where they patrol around Peg Boards. They cannot be attacked from the front, as this makes their pincers injure Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
Click-Clack appears in both Donkey Kong Country 2 and Donkey Kong Land 2 unless otherwise noted.
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