Donkey Kong Cheats For NES Intellivision Commodore 64 Arcade Games Atari 2600 Atari 7800 Colecovision e-Reader Atari 8-bit Apple II Game Boy Advance Famicom Disk System

Donkey Kong Cheats For NES Intellivision Commodore 64 Arcade Games Atari 2600 Atari 7800 Colecovision e-Reader Atari 8-bit Apple II Game Boy Advance Famicom Disk System

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Donkey Kong (Original) Full Playthrough (JP Arcade Version)

This is emulated with MAME 0.119+. The American version only has the 1st and last levels, but the Japanese version also has the 2nd and 3rd. The name of this ROM is “Japan set 1”.

There were a couple mistakes, but this was quick to complete compared to my many other videos. I’m sorry if my lack of skill in this game doesn’t please you enough.


LEVEL 1: 25m: Jump over barrels, or smash them with hammers, and climb ladders to reach Pauline.

LEVEL 2: 50m: Reach Donkey Kong’s floor by climbing moving ladders and passing conveyer belts while avoiding fires, pies, and Donkey Kong, himself.

LEVEL 3: 75m: Use elevators and ladders while avoiding fires and springboards to reach Pauline’s floor.

LEVEL 4: 100m: Use ladders to climb and break all of the pegs, while avoiding or destroying puffy flames with hammers.. Once you break all of the pegs, Donkey Kong will fall, and Jumpman, a.k.a. Mario, will be reunited for good.

And then the game starts RIGHT over again… *sigh*

In Levels 2 – 4, you can collect items for extra points. These are Pauline’s sunhat, umbrella, and purse. The Bonus at the top-right corner of the screen is also a time limit. 1 second of time multiplied by 100 represents the Bonus points you get after beating the level. If the Bonus hits 000, you die!

In Levels 1 & 4, hammers will let you break barrels in Level 1, and flames in Level 4 for a few seconds. However, you can’t jump with them, and you can’t climb ladders with them. Because of how they’re set up in those levels, you can’t even use them to hit Donkey Kong if you tried. Notice how the flames in Level 4 turn blue when you grab a hammer. It’s as if you were Pac-Man and they were Ghosts. Unleash your inner gamer with nds emulator unblocked games library - play your childhood favorites.

American NES Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKU3pU…

American Arcade (US set 1) Version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2Lrm-…

WOW! Over 39,000 views! I wasn’t expecting this to do so well. Thanks, everyone!

HOLY CRAP! Over 132,000 views! I wonder if it has to do with that… particularly infamous movie known as Pixels, hmmmm…?

Oh well. Love it or hate it, if you’re trying to figure out where Donkey Kong came from in that movie, look no further. The things you see the characters do to get through this game in that movie may end up being different from what you see out of the game itself, here.

OVER 424,000 VIEWS?! Wow… Thanks, Pixels.

755,000+ VIEWS!

834,000+ VIEWS!!

943,000+ VIEWS!!!



4/3/16 UPDATE: Since this video’s proven to be an extremely popular video thanks to the game’s appearance in Pixels, I may consider making quick playthroughs of some of the other arcade games that also showed up in that movie. I’m not really interested in seeing the movie, itself, though, but I might change my mind later.


And not only that, as of this post of 7/9/16, this, the original Donkey Kong arcade game, is now officially over 35 years old! CONGRATULATIONS!

OVER 3.1 MILLION VIEWS?! How is this still going so well?!




That’s it! I’m planning a new playthrough of this game. And it will show off ALL of the levels with NO DEATHS!

7/7/18 UPDATE: Check out my newest run of the American version, here!:


7/9/21 UPDATE: OVER 13 MILLIONS VIEWS! This date marks the 40th Anniversary of Donkey Kong! (And by extension, Mario the Jumpman!)

Thanks for watching, everyone!

Let’s Compare Classic ( Donkey Kong )



Arcade 0:22
Atari 2600 1:12
ZX Spectrum 1:49
MSX 2:33
Atari 800 3:17
Intellivision 3:49
Amstrad CPC 4:22
TI99 5:18
Amiga 6:09
Commodore ( Nintendo Version ) 6:54
Commodore 64 ( Ocean Version ) 7:48
Colecovision 8:39
Colecovision ( Opcode Games ) 9:15
DOS ( Donkey Kong PC ) 9:54
Gameboy 10:32
Atari 7800 11:21
FLASH 11:55
NES 12:40
Coleco table top ( emulated ) 13:22
Creds 14:06

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Description Source:


Donkey Kong (???????, Donki Kongu?) is an arcade game developed by Nintendo, released in 1981. It is an early example of the platform game genre, as the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging and jumping over obstacles. In it, Jumpman (now known as Mario) must rescue a damsel in distress, Lady (now known as Pauline), from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. The hero and ape later became two of Nintendo’s most popular characters.

The game was the latest in a series of efforts by Nintendo to break into the North American market. Hiroshi Yamauchi, Nintendo’s president at the time, assigned the project to a first-time game designer named Shigeru Miyamoto. Drawing from a wide range of inspirations, including Popeye and King Kong, Miyamoto developed the scenario and designed the game alongside Nintendo’s chief engineer, Gunpei Yokoi. The two men broke new ground by using graphics as a means of characterization, including cut scenes to advance the game’s plot, and integrating multiple stages into the gameplay.

Despite initial misgivings on the part of Nintendo’s American staff, Donkey Kong proved a success in North America and Japan. Nintendo licensed the game to Coleco, who developed home console versions for numerous platforms. Other companies cloned Nintendo’s hit and avoided royalties altogether. Miyamoto’s characters appeared on cereal boxes, television cartoons, and dozens of other places. A court suit brought on by Universal City Studios, alleging Donkey Kong violated their trademark of King Kong, ultimately failed. The success of Donkey Kong and Nintendo’s win in the courtroom helped position the company to dominate the video game market in the 1980s and early 1990s.


Donkey Kong is one of the earliest examples of the platform game genre; it is sometimes said to be the first platform game, although it was preceded by Space Panic.[2] In contrast to Space Panic, however, Donkey Kong was the first platform game to feature jumping,[3] introducing the need to jump between gaps and over obstacles or approaching enemies, setting the template for the platform genre.[4] Competitive video gamers and referees stress the game’s high level of difficulty compared to other classic arcade games. Winning the game requires patience and the ability to accurately time Jumpman’s ascent.[5] In addition to presenting the goal of saving the Lady, the game also gives the player a score. Points are awarded for finishing screens; leaping over obstacles; destroying objects with a hammer power-up; collecting items such as hats, parasols, and purses (presumably belonging to the Lady/Pauline); and completing other tasks. The player typically receives three lives with a bonus awarded for the first 10,000 points,[6] although this can be modified via the game’s built in DIP switches.

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Time Stamps
00:00 Arcade-1981
Donkey Kong is an arcade game released by Nintendo in Japan on July 9, 1981, then in North America the same month and Europe later the same year.
01:10 Game & Watch-1982
Donkey Kong is a Game & Watch game and a simplified version of the arcade game, released as a part of the Multi Screen series on June 3, 1982.
03:00 Atari 2600-1982
The Atari 2600, originally branded as the Atari Video Computer System (Atari VCS) until November 1982, is a home video game console developed and produced by Atari, Inc. Released on September 11, 1977.
03:23 Intellivision-1982
The Intellivision is a home video game console released by Mattel Electronics in 1979. The name Intellivision is a portmanteau of “intelligent television”.
03:53 ColecoVision-1982
ColecoVision is a second-generation home video-game console developed by Coleco and launched in North America in August 1982.
04:30 Coleco Table Top-1982
Coleco also released stand-alone Mini-Arcade tabletop version of Donkey Kong. It had exclusive console and table top rights.
05:03 Atari 8-bit Family-1983
Atari got the license for home computer versions of Donkey Kong,and released it for the Atari 400 and 800.
05:34 Famicom/NES
The game was ported to Nintendo’s Family Computer (Famicom) console and released in Japan on July 15, 1983. On the NES it was launched on June 1, 1986, in North America and October 15, 1986, in Europe.
06:21 TI-99/4A Texas Instruments-1983
The TI-99/4 is a home computer released in late 1979 by Texas Instruments. Based on the Texas Instruments TMS9900 microprocessor originally used in minicomputers, it was the first 16-bit home computer.
07:04 Dos/IBM PC-1983
07:50 Apple-II-1983
08:17 VIC-20-1983
The Commodore VIC-20 (known as the VC-20 in Germany and the VIC-1001 in Japan) is an 8-bit home computer that was sold by Commodore Business Machines.
08:39 C64-1983 (Atatrisoft)
The Commodore 64, also known as the C64 or the CBM 64, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International.
09:27 C64-1986 (OCEAN)
Two separate ports were developed for the Commodore 64: the first was published by Atarisoft in 1983, and the second by Ocean Software in 1986.
10:29 MSX-1986
11:12 ZX Spectrum-1986
11:56 Amstrad CPC-1986
12:52 Famicom Disk System-1988
13:18 Atari 7800-1988
13:41 GBA 2004
14:09 Bonus: Game & Watch Gallery 2 for Game Boy Color-1998
14:38 Bonus: Game & Watch Collection for the Nintendo DS-2008
15:12 Bonus: Game Boy-1994
NOTE: If you are wondering why this games is here, then chill, I know it’s a different game but I have added it for the sake of Comparison, as this version of Donkey Kong begins with the four levels found in the original arcade game.
16:07 Bonus: Donkey Kong Super Game Boy-1994

Donkey Kong Jr. | Versions Comparison | Arcade, ColecoVision, NES, Atari 2600, 7800, GBA and more

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This video features gameplay of the first stage of the following versions:

0:00 Arcade
0:47 ColecoVision
1:39 NES / Famicom
2:15 Atari 2600
2:45 Intellivision
3:44 Atari 8-bit family
4:25 Coleco Adam
5:12 BBC Micro
5:51 ZX Spectrum
6:48 Famicom Disk System / FDS
7:23 Atari 7800
8:13 Game Boy Advance Nintendo e-Reader / GBA

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There is also a Game & Watch Donkey Kong Jr. but I didn’t include it in the video because, in my opinion, is too different to the Arcade. You can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWdIvUB93F8

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