Krazy Kremland

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Krazy Kremland
Appearance Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Donkey Kong Land 2
Levels 6 (DKC2)
7 (DKL2)
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“What do the Kremlings do for fun when they aren't making the Kong Family's life miserable? They go to Krazy Kremland, the island amusement park! This area features roller coasters that are not only in extreme states of disrepair, they are also haunted!”
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest instruction booklet, page 21

Krazy Kremland is the fourth world of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and the third world of Donkey Kong Land 2. It is a run-down amusement park belonging to the Kremlings, built upon a swamp. The world boss is a large Zinger named King Zing. After completing the Lost World in either game, the entirety of Crocodile Isle, along with Krazy Kremland, sinks into the ocean.


Krazy Kremland is located in the middle section of Crocodile Isle, above the swampy piers of Krem Quay and below the forests of Gloomy Gulch. The amusement park is large, and poorly maintained, as shown from a couple of large Zinger hives sitting outside the entrance and exit to the amusement park itself. The amusement park itself is simply titled "Kremland", as shown from a sign held by a Klomp. These beehives each serve as the first and final level. Before trekking through the second series of Zinger hives, Diddy and Dixie Kong must go through a swamp area.

The amusement park itself mainly consists of unsafe roller coaster rides, as several of the track segments are missing. A large statue of a Kannon and Kruncha are shown within the park, as well as a large ferris wheel, carnival tents, a high striker, and an arcade. The second and fourth levels consist of roller coaster rides themselves, and the third level takes place within a massive bramble infestation standing between the two levels. The Monkey Museum is located at arcade area region, which has a sign advertising "KI HERE" (an abbreviation of Killer Instinct) outside its tent. Two Killer Instinct cabinets are located outside the tent while a couple of more appear under the tent itself.

In Donkey Kong Land 2, Krazy Kremland was redesigned to have a simpler appearance. The map retains the usual beehives, roller coaster, brambles, and a tiny swamp level, and also features a tent and ferris wheel in the top-right scenery, all integrated into a single area.

In the Game Boy Advance port, as with other worlds, the world map for Krazy Kremland was redesigned. The formal entrance into the amusement area was removed, and most of the amusement features were removed. There are only a few tents and a rollercoaster built upon thin logs, all of which appear on the upper region of the world map. The Kremland sign was changed to hang from a large, gray mountain. The bramble area is still located at the top-left corner like with its previous appearances.


There are six levels and a boss level in Donkey Kong Country 2. The level names are mostly the same between it and Donkey Kong Land 2. Although in the latter title, Bramble Blast was relocated in the world in Bramble Scramble's place, which itself was relocated between Rickety Race and Mudhole Marsh. This increased the total number of regular levels to seven.

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest[edit]

Level Description Enemies Animal Friends
Hornet Hole DKC2.png
Hornet Hole
Hornet Hole is infested with Zingers, and larva can be seen in combs in the background. The sticky honey that covers most of the floor can be dangerous to the Kongs, as it can keep them from running away from harm. However, honey on the walls allows them to access parts of the level that are otherwise inaccessible. One of the many animal friends, Squitter, will gladly help the pair if he can be found. He's particularly useful in traversing large area's covered with honey, since he can walk across it with ease, or ridding large amounts of Zingers, Click-Clacks, and Spinies. Click-Clack
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Target Terror
Target Terror is a fast paced level featuring a kart running along tracks on a roller coaster, but several gates are blocking the way. The gates are opened by certain barrels, called Check Barrels, that are scattered throughout the level. Several X Barrels, which close the gates, also are found with the Checked ones, forcing the Kongs to make good judgment on which one to hit. Other than the occasional Zinger, only Flitters and Klanks are found here. Zinger
Bramble Scramble
Bramble Scramble is located on the cliffside where there's no construction, it is an overgrowth of spiny plants. The Kremlings laid down floorboards on several sections of the brambles for safe passage across the thorns. Other areas feature ropes or chains that form more or less a path. The most seen enemy are Neckies. Because of Bramble Blast's inclusion in this world in Donkey Kong Land 2, Bramble Scramble was shifted up to being the fifth level. Krook
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Rickety Race
There are a total of ten Klanks on the roller coaster track that must be raced and beaten. While it's not necessary to pass them for the level to be beaten, a higher rank means a higher prize at the end. Several traps have been fitted onto the course, including pitfalls only. Klank None
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Mudhole Marsh
The only swampy level in the theme park, the Kremling civilization has not yet touched the wildlife here except for the garbage they have disposed of. Where there's gaps between solid ground are mud pits. Barrels provide safe passage across the dangerous ground, but it's not completely safe there, either. A variety of foes including Flitters, Neckies, Cat O' 9 Tails, and a few Zingers make their home here. Flitter
Cat O' 9 Tails
Rambi Rumble
Another hive level that's somewhat more difficult than the first. Instead of mostly staying on the ground, the level involves climbing honey shafts to reach the top. Rambi doesn't come into play until about midway. Again, the hive is infested with Zingers, but there's also Klampons. Kutlass
King Zing
Kruncha (bonus game)
King Zing Sting DKC2.png
Boss level: King Zing Sting
King Zing is the area guardian of Krazy Kremland. The heroes will face off with him here as Squawks the Parrot, where Squawks can attack his stinger via his nut spitting attack. Once attacked, King Zing will become red with anger and immune to damage for a brief amount of time as it counter attacks. After its counter attack, with will go back to being yellow and become hittable again. This cycle repeats until he enters a smaller second form and summons other Zingers as a defense mechanism. Zinger Squawks

Donkey Kong Land 2[edit]

Level Description
Hornet Hole DKL2.png
Hornet Hole
Hornet Hole in Donkey Kong Land 2 is similar to its DKC2 namesake, where Diddy and Dixie will have to get through a hive with Zingers and Spinys to be wary of, and climb up walls with honey. Squitter also makes an appearance in the level, where he can use a web spit attack to defeat Zingers with ease, or make web platforms.
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Target Terror
Target Terror entails Diddy and Dixie getting on a Skull Cart and riding the cart on the track, jumping over gaps in the track and colliding into Check Barrels to open up the pathway. They must be careful and avoid X Barrels, for breaking an X Barrel will block the path and cause a Kong to be injured.
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Bramble Blast
Bramble Blast was moved to Krazy Kremland in DKL2 due to the abundance of levels in Krem Cauldron upon the merging of Krem Quay and Crocodile Cauldron. The level takes the place of Bramble Scramble, which was moved to be between Rickety Race and Mudhole Marsh. In Bramble Blast, the heroes must progress in the stage by getting launched out of barrel cannons. There are some alternative paths in the stage that lead to bonus areas and items.
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Rickety Race
Rickety Race has Diddy and Dixie hopping onto a Skull Cart and competing against ten Klanks for first place in a race on the roller coaster track. The track dips and has various holes in the path, which means that the heroes must be cautious as they try to overtake enemy Kremlings on the track. The prize for coming in first is a DK Coin. Finishing first is not required to complete the level itself.
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Bramble Scramble
Bramble Scramble features Squawks the Parrot as the prominently playable Animal Buddy. He must fly through a thicket of bramble plants while defeating or evading Zingers, Krooks, and Flitters. When Squawks is not being used, the level has vine climbing segments where the level sometimes becomes maze-like.
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Mudhole Marsh
Given the absence of Cat O' 9 Tails and Kannon enemies that fire wooden barrels to jump off of, Mudhole Marsh in DKL2 is very similar to the previous swamp level, Krockhead Klamber. Diddy and Dixie must get to the other side of the swap with the help of Krockheads, climbing on cattail plants, and leaping off Flitters and Mini-Neckies.
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Rambi Rumble
Rambi Rumble in Donkey Kong Land 2 is a straightforward beehive stage where King Zing ends up not making an appearance due to hardware limitations of the Game Boy. The first half of the level is similar to Hornet hole, where honey coated floors and walls are recurring throughout, and the latter half features Rambi, where there are a variety of enemies in place of King Zing's absence.
Boss level: King Zing Sting
King Zing is the boss of the area, and Squawks is used to fight him. Upon being hitting King Zing in his normal state, he will try to ram into Squawks for a short amount of time before returning to flying in the area in a pattern. Beyond damaging him a few times, he will summon Zingers behind him as he flies to cover his trail. Each time he is hit, he flies a bit faster.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese はちみつパーク「クレムランド」
Hachimitsu pāku "Kuremurando"
Honey Park "Kremland"
French Kremland Dingo Cracked Kremland
German Tiefes Kremland Literal translation
Italian Kremland Park Literal translation


  • Krazy Kremland has promotional artwork of a Klomp riding a Roller Coaster, although Klanks are the only enemies in the game who ride a Roller Coaster.