Kremwood Forest

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World
Kremwood Forest
Kremwood Forest.png
Appearance Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!
Levels 5
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Kremwood Forest is the second world of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. It is located on the same landmass as Lake Orangatanga and is just a short distance north of it. Kremwood Forest is a large, dark, and slightly spooky area filled with gigantic trees (some of which Dixie Kong and Kiddy Kong must climb). The forest also has a river running through it and a mill nearby said river. This mill, which is infested by Sneeks, looms over Swanky Kong's tent.

Brash Bear is found in a log cabin (a stadium in the Game Boy Advance remake of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!) in the western portion of Kremwood Forest (the area's Banana Bird Cave, Arich's Hoard, is also located here), and the Kongs must anger Brash by beating his time in the level Riverside Race. He throws a tantrum and causes a log to fall in the river, allowing the player(s) to use it to reach the cave.

Kremwood Forest was avoided by various explorers due to "scary tales about a giant spider lurking in the treetops."[1] Kremwood Forest's boss and the spider in question, Arich, is located in the northern portion of the forest inside an old tree.

Kremwood Forest is the only area in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble that has the spider-like creature Nid in it. The enemy monkeys called Minkeys were once only found here until the remake of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! where they were added to another level called Sunken Spruce in the new area Pacifica. The Game Boy Advance remake also changes the positions of levels Barrel Shield Bust-Up and Springin' Spiders.

Levels[edit]

Name Description Enemies Animal Friends
Barrel Shield Bust-Up DKC3.png
Barrel Shield Bust-Up
The first tree level in the game. Dixie and Kiddy must climb ropes to reach the goal, while hiding behind barrel shields to avoid acorn-throwing Minkeys that often appear in rows. Sneeks are found crawling between the trees. Sneek
Buzz
Minkey
Koin
Nid
None
Riverside Race DKC3 shot.png
Riverside Race
This level times how long it takes for Dixie and Kiddy to reach the goal from the start of the level. If the Kongs can beat Brash's time of 1:15, he gets mad and his tantrum opens a door to Arich's Hoard. This level partly takes place underwater. A swarm of killer bees chases the Kongs while they are on land. Sneek
Re-Koil
Koco
Knik-Knak
Buzz
Koin
None
Squeals Wheels DKC3.png
Squeals on Wheels
The third and last mill level of the game. The level's gimmicks are the Sneeks that run in wheels, closing off passageways with metal doors. Dixie and Kiddy must throw Steel Kegs at the Sneeks to proceed farther into the level. Sneek
Re-Koil
Buzz
Koin
Booty Bird
None
Springin Spiders DKC3 shot 3.png
Springin' Spiders
This level involves the Kongs jumping between trees. They must use the platform-holding Nids to get to the tops of the various tree trunks. Red and green Buzzes appear in the level. Squawks the Parrot can be found in a secret Animal Barrel in the level. Nid
Bristles
Buzz
Koin
Knik-Knak
Swoopy
Squawks
Bobbing Barrel Brawl DKC3.png
Bobbing Barrel Brawl
This level is played as Ellie the Elephant. Ellie must hop on barrels that are floating in the water to avoid being bit by the various Nibblas. Booty Bird
Buzz
Nibbla
Krimp
Knik-Knak
Koin
Ellie
Arich - DKC3 Screenshot.png
Boss level: Arich's Ambush
Kremwood Forest's boss area. The Kongs must jump on Arich, grab the barrel at the top of the area, and then throw it at his head from below. After each hit, Arich moves faster, and eventually starts spitting venom balls. When the Kongs defeat Arich, they may move on to Cotton-Top Cove or Mekanos. None None

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クレムウッドの森
Kuremu uddo no mori
Kremwood Forest
Spanish Bosque Kremwood Kremwood Forest
French Forêt De Kremwood Kremwood Forest
Italian Foresta Kremwood Kremwood Forest

References[edit]

  1. ^ Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Player's Guide, Nintendo, 1996, p. 5