Donkey Kong (Game & Watch)
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The game was later ported to Game & Watch Gallery 2 and Game & Watch Gallery 4. The Classic version maintains the presence of two screens, but since the Game Boy systems only had one screen, the player had to press B to toggle which screen is minimized off to the side and which is the "main" screen. The Modern version has Peach substituting for Pauline, and Koopa Troopas and Paratroopas also make appearances. A more recent port of Donkey Kong was released in Game & Watch Collection for the dual-screened Nintendo DS, allowing for an exact replication of the original gameplay. In the latter game, selecting the game and waiting will result in a humorous sequence being played. In it, Peach is admiring Mario trying to balance on a barrel. Unfortunately, this ends up going south when Mario ended up having trouble balancing and causing it to roll, forcing Peach to flee until Donkey Kong gets in the way of the barrel, causing it to smash and send Mario flying, with Peach admiring Donkey Kong instead.
Donkey Kong captured a beautiful girl and carries her into a building under construction. The brave carpenter, Mario comes to rescue her following them over the girders. Donkey Kong throws barrels at Mario to stop him. Knock the girder out from under Donkey Kong to save the girl.
The game takes place over two screens. Mario starts at the bottom left of the bottom screen. Move right and dodge Donkey Kong's barrels by pressing the jump button. When Mario reaches the ladder, press Up to climb to the second girder and move back to the left. When he climbs the next ladder he will appear on the top screen.
Once on the top screen, the player can press Left to activate the crane, then the player can move to the right dodging more barrels. When the crane swings all the way to the left, Mario can Jump to grab it and cut one of the wires holding Donkey Kong's girder. Mario will then return to the beginning of the level. Cut all four wires to clear the level and receive a score bonus.
If Mario gets a miss, he will return to the starting point.