Lost Island

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Lost Island
Lost Island in DK: Jungle Climber.
Game DK: Jungle Climber
Level(s) 5
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“Brr! It's rather chilly here in the ruins, eh? I'm shivering like a clunky old car!”
Cranky Kong, DK: Jungle Climber

Lost Island is the second world of DK: Jungle Climber. This world is set in a temple ruins, but a few of its levels are jungle-themed. Lost Island is the first world where Xananab takes Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong to another dimension from the Spirowarp.


Level Preview Description
2-1: Tropical Treetops Tropical Treetops.png The first level of Lost Island. It is a colorful jungle setting, with many pegs accenting upwards. The level is also home to multiple Auto-Fire Barrels. Read more...
2-2: Glass Labyrinth Glass Labyrinth The second level, originally marked as "???". A small portion takes place at a waterfall. DK and Diddy eventually find Xananab, who shows the Spirowarp to them, and he transports them to the Glass Labyrinth dimension. There Donkey Kong accidentally falls through a glass door, and his mirrored counterpart appears on the top screen. Read more...
2-3: Road to Ruins Road to Ruins.png The first ruins-based level, possibly a tribute to Donkey Kong Country's temple stages. The Kongs learns how to use Wings and throw Rocks in this stage. Read more...
2-4: Forest Ruins Forest Ruins Another ruins level, infested with many Zingers. The rocks also return and must be used to break TNT barrels. Read more...
2-5: Toybox Toybox The final regular level of Lost Island. As the name suggests the level's theme is a very colorful toybox. The pegs themselves are given brighter colors. King K. Rool tries to steal a Spirowarp, and the Kongs must stop him from doing so. Read more...
2-6: Little Lost Island Little Lost Island The secret stage, which the Kongs can access after collecting every oil barrel in the world. Read more...


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロストロス島
Repetition of "lost" with the latter half being a pun on "lost" and「島」(-tō, island)

French Ile Perdue
German Schatzinsel
Treasure Island
Italian Isola perduta
Lost island
Spanish Isla Perdida
Lost Island