Damp Dungeon

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Level
Damp Dungeon
DampDungeon3-DKCR.png
World-Level 3 - 4
World Ruins
Game Donkey Kong Country Returns (3D)
Music Ruin Rhapsody
Notes This level features spinning wheels powered by water.
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Damp Dungeon is the nineteenth level in the game, Donkey Kong Country Returns and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. It is also the fourth level in the Ruins world. A key from Cranky Kong's Shop is required to access it.

As this level's name suggests, Damp Dungeon takes place in a dark dungeon full of water. Since neither Donkey or Diddy Kong can swim, they must rely on platforms on moving wheels and other objects to avoid the water. Many broken stone platforms are also throughout the level, and they are not strong enough to support the Kongs for a very long time. A green, grassy turf also appears on the ceiling in some parts of this level to aid the primates in climbing over water and spikes. Enemies in this level include blue and yellow Snaggles, who range from large to small, Rawks, Tiki Bombers, Screaming Pillars, and Stilts.

In the Time Attack mode of the game, a time of 0:56:00 is needed to get a gold medal, a time of 1:30:00 for silver, and a time of 1:51:00 for bronze.

Overview[edit]

The beginning portion of the level.

The level begins in a small jungle area leading into a dark dungeon area. The first thing the Kongs come up to in here is an urn with a collectible in it, followed by a single Rawk. A turning wheel is after this, supporting four platforms. One of its platforms have a Banana Coin on them, while the others have one banana each. Another wheel is farther ahead, which is much larger than the previous. It can be reached by using a platform between the two wheels, which has a DK Barrel on it. A Snaggles jumps out of the water here, and a Tiki Bomber attacks from the center platform on the second wheel. After another Snaggles near this wheel is an area of solid ground, where some Rawks can be found. Some grassy turf is located on the ceiling just after the second Rawk to help the Kongs cross some water. Three small, crumbling platforms are under this ceiling with collectibles on them; the middle platform holds the letter K. However, the platforms fall as soon as they are stood on, so the Kongs must be careful.

The Kongs reach the letter O.

Two solid, stone platforms rise above the water after the end of the turf, so the primates can continue to travel above the water and get to a turning wheel. A Stilts is just before this wheel, and a Tiki Bomber is on the platform in the center of it. The wheel supports four platforms, each with a certain collectible on it. A set of two platforms are near this wheel. One platform is placed below the other, which is supported by a large structure in the background. The platform on the bottom of the area has a urn on it, which reveals an item when broken open, and the platform above it has a Screaming Pillar behind it. A small wheel is farther ahead, and it can only be reached by jumping from the higher platform of the previous area. This wheel has collectibles on the two boards that it is holding for the Kongs to grab. The letter O is also in the center of it. Another platform is just ahead of this wheel with a heart on it. A Screaming Pillar is also behind the item.

The Kongs attack two Rawks.

There is another wheel right after this area, and under it is a solid area of stone that is placed above the water. A barrel and a dandelion are on it. The wheel, which moves faster than the previous wheels, has two bananas on each of the platforms it supports. Farther ahead, there is a stone pathway leading over the water. This area is infested with Rawks and has several platforms that cannot hold the Kongs very long before falling. Fortunately, many Banana Coins are above these foes and the Tutorial Pig is at the end of the area at the checkpoint. Farther ahead, the Kongs can find a Stilts at the end of a stone pathway, as well as a DK Barrel on a small platform just before it. Near the enemy is a Barrel Cannon. Below this object is a small platform with a windmill next to it that Donkey or Diddy can blow on to reveal a hidden platform in the background. The Barrel Cannon can shoot the heroes into the background, where there are many platforms that fall when stood on. Bananas are between each of the platforms, which help the Kongs reach an area with some Rawks and an urn, as well as a small platform with a barrel on it.

Another wheel is just ahead, and some Snaggles just out of the water below it. This wheel, along with the two wheels after it, have three platforms on one side of them and do not move in a full circle. Instead, they move back and forth, swinging the Kongs above the water. Each platform on the three wheels has a collectible on it, and a Banana Coin is also in the center of the first two wheels. The third wheel has a Tiki Bomber on the platform in the center of it, and many Snaggles also jump out from the water under it. A pathway of bananas and the letter K leads the heroes to a Barrel Cannon at the end of the area. This cannon shoots them to the foreground, where dandelions grow at the edge of the stone pathway. The pathway leads to some spikes, which can safely be crossed if the Kongs use the grassy turf on the ceiling. A Stilts walk through the spikes, so they must also watch out for this foe. Two large, solid platforms are after this area. The first platform holds an urn with an item in it, while the second has two Rawks and a dandelion on it. One last wheel is just ahead. It supports two platforms with collectibles on them and helps the Kongs reach the Slot Machine Barrel floating in the air above the water. A giant Snaggles guards the barrel, but if the heroes avoid it and hit the object, the level is completed.

Secrets[edit]

K-O-N-G Letters[edit]

The spot where the letter G is found.
  • K: When the heroes reach the first section of climbable turf on the ceiling, a few yellow Snaggles attack them. On the fragile platform between these enemies is the letter K.
  • O: Immediately after the fourth Puzzle Piece, the letter O can be found in the center of a turning wheel.
  • N: After the wheel immediately after the eighth Puzzle Piece, the heroes can find the letter N in the air just before a Barrel Cannon.
  • G: When the Kongs arrive on the last set of grassy turf at the end of the level, they can find the letter G near a Stilts enemy.

Puzzle Pieces[edit]

The Kongs, in the first Bonus Level.
  1. When the Kongs find the first DK Barrel, they should pick it up and ride on the following wheel. As they approach the top of the wheel, they can find a hanging sand bag, which they can break by throwing the barrel at it. When the bag is broken, a Puzzle Piece appears.
  2. Immediately after the letter K, the Kongs can find a cracked floor piece near an urn. If they break the part of the floor, they can find a hidden alcove with the second Puzzle Piece.
  3. When the primates meet the first Screaming Pillar in the level, they should drop down to the platform below it to find an urn. If they break the urn open, a Puzzle Piece is revealed.
  4. When the Kongs reach the second Screaming Pillar, they can pound on it after it falls to find another Puzzle Piece.
  5. Below the final wheel before the checkpoint, the Kongs can find a dandelion. If they blow on it, a Puzzle Piece appears.
  6. Right after the checkpoint, the Kongs can find a low platform. A green, grassy turf is on the platform above this smaller platform that they can climb on to reach the entrance to a Bonus Level. There, the Kongs must jump on a bouncy, moving trampoline to collect ninety-nine bananas and three Banana Coins spinning in a circle. Once all of the items are collected, a Puzzle Piece appears.
  7. Before the Kongs enter the Barrel Cannon that shoots them to the background shortly after the checkpoint, they should drop down to the small platform below it and blow on a hidden windmill. If they blow on it for a while, a platform emerges from the water in the background. They should then shoot the this area and roll jump to the platform to find the seventh Puzzle Piece on it.
  8. Soon after the seventh Puzzle Piece, the Kongs can find a barrel on a small platform. They should carry it across the moving wheels farther ahead. If they ride up the second wheel, they can find a hanging sand bag. Using the barrel, they can break it open to reveal a Puzzle Piece.
  9. The Kongs should use their Ground Pound move to flip the platform below the letter G. When it flips, they fall into a Bonus Level, where they must shoot through four different barrels to collect many bananas, three Banana Coins, and an Extra Life Balloon. When all of the items are collected, the final Puzzle Piece appears.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラングィのすいろ
Rangwi no Suiro
Snaggle's Waterway
Spanish Mazmorra Mohosa Moldy Dungeon
French (NOA) Dangereux Donjon Dangerous Dungeon
German Feuchtes Verlies Wet Dungeon