DK's Treetop Temple

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“Hungry Piranha Plants! Deep-rooted secrets! Paths that branch off to danger! You'll tangle with all that and more in DK's Treetop Temple!”
MC Ballyhoo, Mario Party 8

DK's Treetop Temple
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Appeared in Mario Party 8
Availability Default

DK's Treetop Temple is a board in Mario Party 8. This is the second board that belongs to Donkey Kong with DK's Jungle Adventure as the first, DK's Stone Statue as the third, DK's Jungle Ruins as the fourth and the Donkey Kong Board as the fifth, and it has a giant DK Statue in the middle. The shops on this board are run by Spear Guys.

It is a multi-leveled, jungle-themed board that features barrel-shaped elevators, a mech wall, bouncy leaves, and DK's Barrel Cannons. When someone stops near the cannon, he or she will have the choice of paying five Coins to be fired sky-high to a landing pad, often within reach of a Star. There is also a Lucky Space in front of the DK statue, where it will take the player to a secret path behind the board with a path of Blue Spaces (each with three coins), and a Star at the end. This is the only board in the game that follows all of the traditional conditions of the Mario Party series, where players had to get to the Star Space and trade twenty Coins to get the Star, after which the Star Space would move to another location on the board, and then the process would repeat.

Waluigi going through the Lucky Route of this board.

Landing on a DK Space makes Donkey Kong appear. Donkey Kong will toss the player all the way to the Star Space, although they still will have to trade 20 coins for it; much like the Magic Lamp in Mario Party 4, the Wiggler Capsule in Mario Party 5, and the Flutter Orb in Mario Party 6 and Mario Party 7. Landing on a Bowser Space makes Bowser appear and move the Star to a different location.

Peach climbing a ladder.

Landing on the Green Spaces in the middle of the board made Ukikis appear on barrels to run players that are in their path off course. In the Star Battle Arena, they will roll right over characters, causing them to lose ten Coins. Landing on the ? Space near the water slide makes players ride it to the lower part of the board, and to get some quick cash. The three ? Spaces in front of the Piranha Plants makes one of them chew on the player that landed there, resulting in them losing ten Coins. And the ? Space in front of Spear Guy platforms makes a Spear Guy appear to take one of the player's candies in exchange for some coins. If the player doesn't have any candy, the Spear Guy will give them 5 coins.

In Star Battle Arena, the winning conditions are to get two Stars in the traditional way (just like Grand Canal from Mario Party 7). The DK Spaces and Bowser Spaces retain their function from the Party Tent.

Spaces (Party Tent)[edit]

The following table shows how many spaces there are on the board, and how many there are of a certain type.

Type of Space Number of Spaces
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Blue Spaces
43
SpaceRedMP8.png
Red Spaces
10
SpaceGreen.png
Green Spaces
8
SpaceLucky.png
Lucky Spaces
1
SpaceDonkeyMP8.png
DK Spaces
3 (None if Bowser Spaces are active)
SpaceBowserMP8.png
Bowser Spaces
3 (None if DK Spaces are active)
Total of Spaces 65

Spaces (Star Battle Arena)[edit]

The following table shows how many spaces there are on the board, and how many there are of a certain type.

Type of Space Number of Spaces
SpaceBlueMP8.png
Blue Spaces
24
SpaceRedMP8.png
Red Spaces
6
SpaceGreen.png
Green Spaces
5
SpaceVSMP8.png
Duel Spaces
5
SpaceChallenge.png
Challenge Spaces
2
SpaceDonkeyMP8.png
DK Spaces
3 (None if Bowser Spaces are active)
SpaceBowserMP8.png
Bowser Spaces
3 (None if DK Spaces are active)
Total of Spaces 45


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドンキーコングのジャングルパーク
Donkī Kongu no Janguru Pāku
Donkey Kong’s Jungle Park
Spanish Templo Kong Kong Temple
French Le Temple de la Jungle de DK DK's Jungle Temple
German DKs Tropenthron DK’s Tropics Throne
Italian Il tempio nella giungla di DK DK's Jungle Temple

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