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Donkey Kong's exact role in the Mario franchise is somewhat hazy.His original appearance portrayed him as a villainous or confused ape with unequaled strength. The 1994 Game Boy Donkey Kong was the first game to feature the tie (a red tie with the letters "DK" printed in white, later changed to yellow), but otherwise Donkey Kong is the same as he was in the original.Donkey Kong's tactics in this game remain virtually the same, attacking mainly by throwing a variety of objects at Mario, although there are unique stage hazards whenever he confronts Donkey Kong.
For other uses of the moniker "DK", see DK (disambiguation).After Stanley sprays Donkey Kong with insecticide three times to keep him off of the greenhouse floor, he runs away.In the final stage (though after this the first stage follows again, tougher than before), Donkey Kong is forced back and gets his head stuck in a beehive.The most interesting of these is the fact that he regularly uses his hands when playing soccer, to the point of holding the ball in one hand as he prepares to punch it with the other. In NES Open Tournament Golf, a gorilla looking exactly like Donkey Kong, except for the fact that it was wearing white clothes, appears. His role is to tell the player how much money they have.
In Mario Tennis, Donkey Kong appears as a playable Power-type character.However, with the release of Donkey Kong Country later that same year, Donkey Kong was given a new personality and a new home.