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Donkey Kong Country ROM

Donkey Kong Country rom

The Donkey Kong Country ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.


Donkey Kong Country is a 1994 platform game developed by Rare and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It is a reboot of Nintendo’s Donkey Kong franchise and follows the gorilla Donkey Kong and his nephew Diddy Kong as they set out to recover their stolen banana hoard from the crocodile King K. Rool and his army, the Kremlings. The single-player traverses 40 side-scrolling levels as they jump between platforms and avoid obstacles. They collect items, ride minecarts and animals, defeat enemies and bosses, and find secret bonus stages. In multiplayer modes, two players work cooperatively or race each other.


On a dark and stormy night in Donkey Kong Island, Diddy Kong, Donkey Kong’s nephew has taken the weighty responsibility of guarding DK’s precious banana hoard for one night, as a part of his “hero training”. DK entrusts Diddy with protecting the hoard until midnight, when he would be relieved, while DK himself goes to sleep as he is tired.

Everything seems to go smoothly in the hoard until Diddy hears some noises. Diddy hears some voices outside and gets scared, asking who’s there. King K. Rool, who had commanded his Kremling minions to steal the bananas. Two ropes drop from above and suddenly two Kritters appear. Diddy cartwheels them both easily, but then a Krusha (Klump in the instruction booklet) comes in as backup. As Diddy is not strong enough to defeat Krusha by himself, he is overpowered and defeated by the Kremling. The lizars seal Diddy inside a barrel and then throw it in the bushes.

Donkey’s grandfather, Cranky Kong, rushes inside the treehouse to tell Donkey Kong to wake up so he may tell him what happened. He then tells Donkey to check his Banana Cave. Donkey Kong is infuriated, exclaiming that the Kremlings will pay for stealing his banana hoard and kidnapping his little buddy. Donkey goes on to say that he will hunt every corner of the island for his bananas back.

File Name

Donkey Kong Country

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

18 November 1994


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List of Game Genie Codes for Donkey Kong Country

Note: There are two versions of this game. If you try first code and it does not work, try the second code.

  1. C2C9-4E2C / C2C1-4A9C
    Infinite lives
  2. D568-C34D / D568-C33D
    Start with 8 lives
  3. DC68-C34D / DC68-C33D
    Start with 11 lives
  4. DE68-C34D / DE68-C33D
    Start with 16 lives
  5. FB68-C34D / FB68-C33D
    Start with 26 lives
  6. 7468-C34D / 7468-C33D
    Start with 51 lives
  7. 0868-C34D / 0868-C33D
    Start with 76 lives
  8. 1768-C34D / 1768-C33D
    Start with 100 lives
  9. EE65-C37E / EE66-C27E
    When your last Kong is hit, the other one returns (You must have had both Kongs at some point in the level for code to work and you will need to reset if you get stuck.)
  10. 1DCC-CA7A / 1DCA-C2EA
    Almost invincible (Switch off if you get stuck)
  11. DBC1-3D6D + DCC1-34AD / DBC9-340D + DCC1-3D6D
    10 bananas needed for an extra life
  12. F6C1-3D6D + FBC1-34AD / F6C9-340D + FBC1-3D6D
    25 bananas needed for an extra life
  13. 7FC1-3D6D + 74C1-34AD / 7FC9-340D + 74C1-3D6D
    50 bananas needed for an extra life
  14. 0CC1-3D6D + 08C1-34AD / 0CC9-340D + 08C1-3D6D
    75 bananas needed for an extra life
  15. 1D6B-3FDD + 196A-333D / 1D6B-3D6D + 166A-3ECD
    Keep animals between stages (Keeping fish on a non-water stage or others on a water stage will cause problems, so be careful of this.)
  16. A081-1273 / A086-13E3
    High jump for Donkey Kong
  17. 2D81-1273 / 2D86-13E3
    Super jump for Donkey Kong
  18. 3D81-1273 / 3D86-13E3
    Mega-jump for Donkey Kong
  19. 8081-1E73 / 808B-1AE3
    High jump for Diddy Kong
  20. AD81-1E73 / AD8B-1AE3
    Super jump for Diddy Kong
  21. 2D81-1E73 / 2D8B-1AE3
    Mega-jump for Diddy Kong
  22. A08F-C273 / A087-C3E3
    High jump for all animals
  23. 2D8F-C273 / 2D87-C3E3
    Super jump for all animals
  24. 3D8F-C273 / 3087-C3E3
    Mega-jump for all animals
  25. D76B-337E / D76C-327E
    Get both Kongs back on the map screen after dying (This doesn’t work when you fall off screen)
  26. DD8B-C28A / DD88-CE5A
    In the 2-Player Team Mode, the inactive player can get control at any time by pressing A or SELECT on their controller
  27. DDB9-3DD4 / DDB0-34A4
    Pressing Start and then Select will exit any level, not just completed levels