Donkey Kong is a series of video games involving a gorilla adventure named Donkey Kong, produced by Shigeru Miyamoto in 1981. And the 2001 version is one of the franchise’s most successful games.
The Game Play is nothing short of superb. You start off with Donkey Kong, but when you pick up and throw a DK barrel, you get Diddy Kong as well. Donkey Kong is a lot stronger than Diddy and can kill certain enemies that Diddy can’t. On the other hand, Diddy can jump higher than Donkey Kong, so he is extremely useful in certain areas as well. You will never get bored as you go through the levels because rare keeps managing to throw something different at you in most levels. For instance, there is a level where you are in a minecart hurtling along a track, while just a few classes later, you are in a group with indestructible enemies that you can only get past by jumping on to select barrels. The only problem with the Game Play is that the game is too short and too easy. It shouldn’t take you long to beat this game at all.
A game’s control could not get any better than this. The management is just fantastic, simple, and purely amazing. There has been nothing in rule quite as breath-taking as this game since and never will there be. The Super Nintendo showed it’s power not just in graphics, sound, and gameplay, but also in the critical area of control, which can ruin an otherwise great game.