Rocky-Valley

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World
Rocky-Valley
Rocky-Valley
Appearance Donkey Kong
Levels 16
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Rocky-Valley (alternatively spelled Rocky Valley[1] and also known as Rocky Mountain[2]) is the eighth world in the game Donkey Kong for the Game Boy. Donkey Kong escapes to it after being defeated on the Iceberg. Rocky-Valley is also the location of Donkey Kong's Tower. Rocky-Valley features some of the most difficult puzzle stages of the game and requires the player to make the most of Mario's abilities. There are many places which require strategic thinking and exact knowledge of the game's physics. Rocky-Valley is the longest world in the game, amounting to 16 stages. It also appears in the ending, where Mario, Pauline, Donkey Kong, and Donkey Kong Jr. take a photograph.

Enemies[edit]

Levels[edit]

Level Image Enemy species and obstacles greeted
Stage 8-1 Stage 8-1 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Bukubuku, Arumajiron
Stage 8-2 Stage 8-2 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Chikuchiku, Dōryī
Stage 8-3 Stage 8-3 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Hawks, Sir Shovalot, Kurasshā, Spike Trap
Stage 8-4 Stage 8-4 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Donkey Kong, Chikuchiku
Stage 8-5 Stage 8-5 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Chikuchiku
Stage 8-6 Stage 8-6 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Sukōpī, Kurasshā, Spike Trap
Stage 8-7 Stage 8-7 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Furafurawā, Donkey Kong Jr., Spike Trap
Stage 8-8 Stage 8-8 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Donkey Kong, Spike Trap
Stage 8-9 Stage 8-9 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Donkey Kong Jr., Bukubuku, Dōryī, Spike Trap
Stage 8-10 Stage 8-10 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Spike Trap, Wind
Stage 8-11 Stage 8-11 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Oil, Spike Trap
Stage 8-12 Stage 8-12 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Donkey Kong
Stage 8-13 Stage 8-13 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Dōryī, Lava
Stage 8-14 Stage 8-14 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Lava, Walking Block, Furafurawā
Stage 8-15 Stage 8-15 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Lava, Kurasshā, Spike Trap
Stage 8-16 Stage 8-16 of Donkey Kong for the Game Boy Donkey Kong, Hawks, Wind, Rokkun

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 岩山[3]
Iwayama
Rocky Mountain
(Rocky-Valley in-game)
Dutch Rotsvallei[4] Rock valley
French Vallée rocailleuse Rocky valley
Spanish Valle Rocoso Rocky Valley

References[edit]

  1. ^ Game Boy Donkey Kong English instruction booklet, page 17.
  2. ^ Game Boy Donkey Kong English instruction booklet, page 2.
  3. ^ Game Boy Donkey Kong Japanese instruction booklet, pages 1 & 15.
  4. ^ Game Boy Donkey Kong Dutch Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console digital manual, tab 14: "Gebieden".