KAOS Kore

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Platformer World
KAOS Kore
KAOS Kore.png
Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
Levels 5
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“Well, once I got to the castle grounds I saw a sign which said 'Keep right off our land!', so I ran off!”
Bazaar, Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!

KAOS Kore is the final area in the game Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! It is a rather serene-looking area with a large lake in the middle of it and forests located around it. A network of underground caves is located under the area. Despite its calm-looking appearance, KAOS Kore is quite dangerous, prone to sudden lightning strikes, and the water of the area is filled with a disorienting poison due to a vast network of chemical-transporting pipes in the area.

Also, oddly, the forests, or at least a portion of one in KAOS Kore, are filled with conveyor belt-like vines. At the northernmost tip of KAOS Kore is Kastle KAOS, the hideout of the Kremling Krew's new "leader" KAOS, whom the area and castle is named after. Kastle KAOS also hides Baron K. Roolenstein, KAOS' creator and controller.

Baffle, the code-cracker, is located in KAOS Kore. Bazaar also tells Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong that he explored the area, but fled when he saw a sign saying, "Keep right off our land!" KAOS Kore is also the only area in Donkey Kong Country 3 where Koindozers and Boo Barrels are located.

KAOS Kore's Banana Bird Cave is located in a caged-off pipe, which is opened by making figure-8's around the rocks south of it. The only way for the Kongs to learn about this is with the aid of Baffle and a Mirror.

Levels[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カオスの隠れ家
Kaosu no kakurega
KAOS Hideout
Spanish Núkleo Kaos Literal translation
French Korps KAOS KAOS Body

Trivia[edit]

  • In the original Super NES version, the castle at the top appears to be a generic medieval designed castle, but in the Game Boy Advance version, it was redesigned to be much more fortress-like with giant spikes.