Donkey Konk

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Not to be confused with Donkey Kong.
Donkey Konk
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Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Adobe Shockwave
Release date 1996[citation needed]
Genre Action
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Media HTML
Input Mouse

Donkey Konk was an online Shockwave game published by Nintendo on the official Donkey Kong 64 website, which is now defunct. It is the first browser game in the Mario franchise.

Gameplay[edit]

The player started out with three hearts and, using the mouse, had to bonk Kremlings that repeatedly peeked out of six hatches on a large wall. Many types of Kremlings would show up, such as Kritters, Krushas, Krunchas, Kuff 'n' Klout and even King K. Rool himself. Despite the variety, each Kremling was only worth 5 points. With every hit, the points were added up to a score counter at the bottom of the screen. Another counter located next to the score tallied any missed Kremlings. Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, who would often appear along with the Kremlings, had to be avoided, as hitting them depleted one of the player's hearts. If all three lives were lost, the game was over, prompting the player to restart it.

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