Donkey Kong Board

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Donkey Kong Board
Donkey Kong amiibo Board.png
Appeared in Mario Party 10

The Donkey Kong Board is a board that appears in Mario Party 10. It is available exclusively in the amiibo Party mode, where it can be played on when the Donkey Kong amiibo figure is scanned on the GamePad. Like all other amiibo boards, the Donkey Kong Board is based around a certain character, who in this case is Donkey Kong. The board takes many of its elements from the Donkey Kong Country series of games. Jungle trees, wooden posts, stone statues, a Mine Cart on rails, and even Donkey Kong's House can be seen on the board; a recreation of Donkey Kong's sprite from the original Donkey Kong can be seen on top of a jungle temple.

The giant Barrel Cannon can be hopped in by the players, presumably to reach another part of the board. Mounds of bananas sit on top of three pedestals. When a player lands on an Event Space next to one of these pedestals, they can play a minigame with three barrels to earn coins. This board's music is a remix of the Jungle Hijinxs music from Donkey Kong Country. Characters with confirmed figures can collect icons of different characters and change one quadrant of the board to resemble the relative quadrant of the board based on the character on the icon.[1]

Board Exclusive Events[edit]

Barrel Cannon[edit]

When passing through the area in the top-left corner, the player gets a choice to shoot themselves to one of their opponent's locations.

Roulette Barrel[edit]

After landing on the Event Space, the player gets a chance to obtain some coins from three Slot Machine Barrels. After hitting each one of them, they will get a certain amount of coins depending on the results and the corner of the board where the barrels are:

  • Lower left corner: 1, 2 or 3 coins.
  • Higher right corner: 1, 2, 3 or 5 coins.
  • Lower right corner: 1 or 2 coins.

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Koczwara, Michael (February 20, 2015). Over 30 Minutes of Footage of Mario Party 10. Mario Party Legacy. Retrieved February 21, 2015