Forest Folly

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Forest Folly
Forest Folly DKCTF.jpg
World-Level 6-5
Game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
Music Freezie Breezie
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Forest Folly is the fifth level of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze located in Donkey Kong Island. Corresponding to the Forest world from Donkey Kong Country Returns, it takes place in the snowy dense forest.


The level starts out in the snowing forest. Springs, cling-able units, and vines are major gimmicks here. Player must be careful against snowflakes that harm Kongs and vary in size and orbit all the way in the level. Some tiki towers and frozen spiders can be seen at the background.


K-O-N-G Letters[edit]

  • K: After the first vine and the first puzzle piece, player will see it upper.
  • O: Located along the round cling-able unit. Player has to try to stay still by moving counter-clockwise along the unit to catch it.
  • N: It is located before the barrel cannon part. Players must pound the spring when the N and bananas are appeared.
  • G: It is set under the platform that gets destroyed by the giant snowflake. Kongs must roll down and jump immediately from the previous platform.

Puzzle Pieces[edit]

  • 1: After the second spring near to the K, yellow plant is seen. Kongs have to pound in front of it and grab all bananas before they run out.
  • 2: Just after the O, hidden barrel can be seen behind the wooden platform. Player must pound the spring when it is moved to the left, then the barrel brings the player to the bonus room.
  • 3: Kongs must grab all bananas on three vines that are in a row. They must avoid snowflakes and fireball attacks simultaneously.
  • 4: At the barrel cannon section, a puzzle piece is moving with snowflakes that orbit from lower right to the upper left. To catch it, players ought to reach to the non-moving cannon quickly and wait until the puzzle piece comes.
  • 5: After the final checkpoint, Fish Poker Pop can be seen. First, Kongs must defeat him and pound at the front of the bunch of fish. Then they have to grab all moving bananas and a coin.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スノーフォレスト
Sunō Foresuto
Snow Forest
Spanish Copas y copos Tree Tops and Snowflakes
French Frimas & Frondaison Frost & Foliage
German Schneeflockschock Snowflake Shock
Italian Fiocchi sulla Foresta Snowflakes in the Forest