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In the final jungle level of Donkey Kong Land, the Kongs must jump, swing, and shoot heir way to victory. The level is filled with many wide gaps, which must be crossed by using the helpful barrels and ropes. Just as in Rope Ravine, they will encounter many Zingers as they travel through the dense jungle on the ropes, which much of the level is spent on. When the heroes are on land, they have other things to worry about. Gnawties and Kritters will be found around the land areas, as well as the nut-throwing foe, Necky, and they must be avoided at all costs.
From the start of the level, the heroes must hop in a barrel to shoot to a rope. The rope will guide them to the letter K, and then take them to a high ledge. There, they will have to drop down a smaller ledge and come up to a Steel Keg. They should throw it down the path and defeat all the enemies walking by. Once the Kongs follow the barrel until it falls into a pit, they must sneak under a nut-throwing Necky and quickly cling onto a nearby rope. It will lead them to another rope, which must be grabbed onto. This rope will take them to land again, where the Continue Point is.
Halfway through the level, the Kongs need to continue east and sneak under another Necky, before it hits them with its coconuts. Traveling down more of the path will lead the Kongs into a ditch. The walls here are too large to jump over, but there is another Steel Keg which they should throw at the wall on the right to break it, opening a small tunnel they can walk through. The group must journey along more of the jungle from there and soon reach a rope. It will guide them over a large pit. However, as it moves to the other end of the abyss, the heroes must watch out for many Zingers flying all around the area. Shortly after collecting the letter G, they will make it to a platform with a barrel on it. When they jump in the barrel, it will blast them to a portal. Jumping into this portal will take the Kongs to the next level.
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