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Donkey Kong 3

Donkey Kong 3 (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Action
Developer: Nintendo


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Staff Reviews

Donkey Kong 3 review

Reviewed November 26, 2002

Jason Venter says: "What this means is you can't leave a section of the screen unwatched. Do so and you're likely to lose a life. You have to guard the flowers but generally the path to success is avoiding bugs while you pelt the ape with spray until he is backed up against the top of the screen. When he reaches the top, the stage is over and you can advance to the next. The problem is that your spray is rather weak, as a general rule."
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