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=                                                                             =
=                            Donkey Kong, Junior                              =
=                       Nintendo Entertainment System                         =
=                      FAQ/Walkthrough by Daniel Gordon                       =
=                                Version 2.00                                 =
=               E-mail: [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]                =
=       This FAQ/Walkthrough is copyright (c) Daniel Gordon, 2004-2015        =
=                                                                             =
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=                             Table of Contents                               =
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   Section 00.........................The Find Feature
   Section 01.........................Legal Disclaimer
   Section 02.........................Version History
   Section 03.........................Game Basics
           Section 03.01..............Controls
           Section 03.02..............Object of the Game
           Section 03.03..............Hints and Tips
           Section 03.04..............Game A and Game B Differences
           Section 03.05..............How To Score
   Section 04.........................Walkthrough
           Section 04.01..............Stage One
           Section 04.02..............Stage Two
           Section 04.03..............Stage Three
           Section 04.04..............Stage Four
   Section 05.........................Enemies
   Section 06.........................Previous Revisions
   Section 07.........................Special Thanks and Credits


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=                       Section 00 -- The Find Feature                        =
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   This guide is now equipped with a Find Feature. Whenever you want to find
   something specific within this guide, use the mouse to highlight the
   corresponding text in the Table of Contents. Next, press both the Control
   key and the "C" key on your keyboard. After the text has been highlighted,
   press both the Control key and the "F" key on your keyboard. This will
   bring up the Find Menu. Now, press the Control key and the "V" key on your
   keyboard. This will take the highlighted text from the document and put it
   in the "Find what:" text box on the Find Menu. Finally, press the Enter key
   on your keyboard. These five simple steps will take you anywhere you want to
   go within the document. I hope that makes navigating this guide a little
   easier.


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=                       Section 01 -- Legal Disclaimer                        =
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   This guide is copyright Daniel Gordon, 2003-2015, all rights reserved.
   This guide is protected under International Copyright Law, and may not be
   reproduced in any way, shape, or form in newspapers, magazines, or anywhere
   on the World Wide Web without prior written consent from Daniel Gordon
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                    [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]

   If no reply is sent, no consent is given. This guide should only be located
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   to:

                    [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]

   In this way, the author (djg40) is notified, and corrective actions may take
   place. Thank you, and have a great day.

   Donkey Kong, Junior, and all associated terms therein, as well as Nintendo,
   NES, and the Nintendo Entertainment System are trademarks of Nintendo of
   America (www.nintendo.com).  All Rights Reserved.


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=                       Section 02 -- Version History                         =
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   ------------
   Version 2.00
   ------------

   This guide, along with all my others, was updated to make it more consistent
   with my other walkthroughs, in terms of formatting. I also found a few more
   spelling errors, which have been corrected, and updated the copyright
   section to change "legal action" to "corrective actions."

   Version 2.00 was submitted to GameFAQs on January 01, 2015.


   ------------
   Version 1.10
   ------------

   This guide, along with all of my others, was updated to include my new
   email address. Additionally, several of my guides now have a new section,
   Previous Revisions. This was done mainly to move most of the Version
   History to the bottom of the file. Also, I think I caught all of the
   remaining spelling errors, though one or two probably slipped through the
   cracks. I hope you like the new look!

   This update was submitted to GameFAQs on June 25, 2004.


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=                         Section 03 -- Game Basics                           =
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-                         Section 03.01 -- Controls                           -
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                            _________________________________
                           |                                 |
                           |   _                Nintendo     |
                           | _| |_                           |
          [D-Pad] -------->||_ 0 _| SELECT START    A    B   |
                           |  |_|    [  ]   [  ]    o    o   |
                           |                       o o  o o  |
                           |________________________o____o___|

     ***ASCII Nintendo Controller was designed by Colin Moriarty. He was
            nice enough to allow me to use it. Thank you Colin!***


   Since this is a Nintendo game, the basic Nintendo controller must be used
   in order for this game to work correctly. The buttons, as well as what they
   do, are as follows:

   Directional Pad -
      Up/Down      - Moves the cursor Up or Down at the Menu Screen.
                   - Moves Donkey Kong, Junior Up or Down during game play.
      Left/Right   - Moves Donkey Kong, Junior Left of Right during game play.
   A Button        - Allows Donkey Kong, Junior to jump.
   B Button        - Not used in Donkey Kong, Junior.
   START Button    - Pauses and unpauses the game.
   SELECT Button   - Not used in Donkey Kong, Junior.


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-                    Section 03.02 -- Object of the Game                      -
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   "Donkey Kong, Junior is on a mission to rescue Donkey Kong from Mario's
   cage. Jump from vine to vine collecting bonus fruits and avoiding lethal
   snapjaws. Then move on to tougher stages. Jump platforms, dodge sparks of
   electricity, and watch out for those birds. Use your skills to get the key
   that will set your Papa free."

   The above story was taken directly from the Instruction Manual that comes
   with the game.

   In other words, Donkey Kong, Junior is trying to rescue his father, Donkey
   Kong. To do this, Donkey Kong, Junior must grab a key that can be found in
   each level. Once this key had been obtained, the player will advance to the
   next level. However, in the fourth stage, Donkey Kong, Junior must push six
   keys up to the top of the screen and into the key holes. Once all six keys
   have been placed in the key holes, the chains holding Donkey Kong's cage
   will fall off, allowing Donkey Kong, Junior ro rescue Donkey Kong.


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-                      Section 03.03 -- Hints and Tips                        -
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   - Donkey Kong, Junior climbs more quickly when using two vines at the same
     time.

   - However, Donkey Kong, Junior slides down more quickly when only using one
     vine at a time.


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-               Section 03.04 -- Game A and Game B Differences                -
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   There are two different modes of play in Donkey Kong, Junior. Game A is the
   easier version, while Game B has more enemies, has faster enemies, and is
   generally harder than Game A. Below are all of the spcific differences
   between Game A and Game B.

   ---------
   Stage One
   ---------

      - Mario releases the Blue Snapjaws more frequently.
      - The Snapjaws, both Red and Blue versions, are more "intelligent," in
        that they will actively pursue Donkey Kong, Junior by traveling along
        the same vines.
      - The Snapjaws, both Red and Blue versions, are faster than in Game A.
      - There is an additional Red Snapjaw, which can be found on the right-
        most platform.

   ---------
   Stage Two
   ---------

      - Mario releases Nitpickers more frequently.
      - The Nitpickers move a lot faster than in Game A.
      - The Eggs fall more quickly than in Game A.

   -----------
   Stage Three
   -----------

      - Mario releases Blue Sparks faster.
      - The Sparks, both Red and Blue versions, are more "intelligent," in that
        they pursue Donkey Kong, Junior more aggressively.
      - The Sparks, both Red and Blue versions, move faster than in Game A.
      - There is one more Blue Spark at the beginning of the Stage than can be
        found in Game A.

   ----------
   Stage Four
   ----------

      - Mario releases Black Birds more frequently.
      - The Red Snapjaws are more "intelligent," in that they pursue Donkey
        Kong, Junior more aggressively than in Game A.
      - The Black Birds are faster.


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-                         Section 03.05 -- How To Score                       -
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   In Donkey Kong, Junior, there are basically four ways for the player to
   score points. There is the Fruit Attack (and the collection of Fruit more
   generally), Bonus Points, Jumps, and by placing keys into key holes. The
   last scoring opportunity is only available in the fourth stage.

     Fruit (Normal) - Each fruit eaten will give the player 400 points.
     Fruit (Attack) - If the fruit falls on an enemy, then the player will be
                      awarded bonus points.
                    - Killing an enemy with a fruit is worth 800 points.
                    - Each additional enemy killed in this manner will earn the
                      player an additional 400 points.
     Bonus Points   - When Donkey Kong, Junior reaches the key in the first
                      three stages, bonus points are added to the player's
                      score, depending on how many seconds are left on the
                      timer.
                    - The less time left, the lower the bonus.
     Jumping        - If Donkey Kong, Junior jumps over an enemy, the player
                      is awarded 100 points.
     Opening a Lock - If Donkey Kong, Junior puts a Key in a lock, the player
                      is awarded 200 points.
                    - This is only available in Stage Four.


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=                          Section 04 -- Walkthrough                          =
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   Donkey Kong, Junior is like an arcade game, in that there are only a handful
   of Stages, and when the game has been completed, the player can go right
   back through the whole game again. The Stages will simply repeat after
   completing the first four for the first time. They will continue to repeat
   until the player tires of playing the game. There is no official "ending"
   to Donkey Kong, Junior, except rescuing Donkey Kong after Stage Four would
   almost certainly qualify as beating the game.


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-                         Section 04.01 -- Stage One                          -
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                            .---------------------.
                            |       LEGEND:       |
                            |---------------------|
                            | SP = Starting Point |
                            | FR = Fruit          |
                            |  M = Mario          |
                            | KY = Key            |
                            | RS = Red Snapjaw    |
                            '---------------------'

               ________             ___
              |  |  |  |  _____  | |K Y|     |
              |  |  |  | |_____| | '._.'
              |  |  |  |.'.
            __|__|__|__|_M_|________________
           |________________________________|____RS_____
               |     |           |       ||_____________| |     |
               |    F|R         F|R      |     |     |    |     |
               |     |           |       |     |     |    |     |
               |     | _____     |       |    F|R    |    |     |
               |     ||_____|    |       |     |     |    |     |
               |     |    |      |       |     |     |    |     |
               |     |    |      |       |     |     | ___|_____|_
               |     |    |      |       |     |     ||___________|
               |     | _RS|____  |      F R    |     |    |     |
               |     ||________| |             |     |    |     |
               |     |    |      |             |          |     |
               |     |    |                                _____
               |     |    |      _____            _____   (_____)
               |          |     (_____)   ____   (_____)   |   |
            ____S_P________      |   |   (____)   |   |    |   |
           |               )     |   |    |  |    |   |    |   |
           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


   When the opening stage begins, Donkey Kong, Jr. is standing on the bottom
   left platform. There are two enemies on screen, both of which are Red
   Snapjaws. One is on the next platform up and to the right, while the other
   starts the stage on the top ledge. These two enemies are indicated by the
   "RS" in the above map. Not pictured, however, are the Blue Snapjaws found
   in the level. Mario releases these enemies occasionally, so be on the
   lookout.

   The first order of business for Donkey Kong, Jr. is to jump up to the far
   left vine, and climb until he can reach the vine to the right. When this
   happens, Donkey Kong, Jr. should use both vines to climb, as it is faster to
   move in this fashion. Typically, the first Blue Snapjaw released by Mario
   will travel down one of these two vines, so be careful on the ascent.
   Continue this climb until reaching the fruit, which is what looks to be a
   pair of pears. Grab the pears and move to the right, onto the top ledge.

   Occasionally, the Red Snapjaw will prowl along this ledge. If this occurs,
   wait for the Red Snapjaw to go back down to the lower ledge, and then move
   onto the upper ledge. From this ledge, jump over to the vine immediately to
   the right of both ledges, grabbing the apple along the way, and climb down.
   Fall down to the platform, and jump to the right onto the next platform.
   From this platform, again jump to the right and onto the third platform.

   When on the third platform, jump up and to the left to grab the fourth vine
   from the right of the screen. Climb up until Donkey Kong, Jr. can reach the
   Bananas to the left. Reach out and grab the Bananas, and then continue to
   move up the vine. Again, as Donkey Kong, Jr. climbs towards the last fruit,
   beware of Blue Snapjaws. If any come towards Donkey Kong, Jr., move onto
   another vine momentarily, until the Blue Snapjaw passes out of harm's way.
   Continue up the vines and grab the second pair of pears.

   After obtaining the final fruit, move across the vines to the right as far
   as possible. Use the two vines on the far right to climb up to the top of
   the level. Jump off the vines to the left onto the ledge at the top of the
   level, being careful to avoid any wandering Snapjaws. Once on the ledge,
   move Donkey Kong, Jr. to the left, and up the step onto the last platform.
   Avoid any Blue Snapjaws, and jump onto the tiny vine to the left of the Key.
   Climb this vine, and the game will automatically put Donkey Kong, Jr. onto
   the little platform above Mario. Stage One is now complete!


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-                         Section 04.02 -- Stage Two                          -
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                            .---------------------.
                            |       LEGEND:       |
                            |---------------------|
                            | SP = Starting Point |
                            | FR = Fruit          |
                            |  M = Mario          |
                            | KY = Key            |
                            '---------------------'

               ________              ___
              |  |  |  |  _____   | |K Y|    |
              |  |  |  | |_____|  | '._.'                 |     |
              |  |  |  |.'.                               |     |
            __|__|__|__|_M_|_____________________    ____ |     |
           |_____________________________________|  |____||     |
              |     |    |    |      |    |    |     |    |     |
              |    F|R   |   F|R     |    |    |     |    |     |
              _____ |    |    |      |    |    |     |    |     |
             (_____)|    |    |      |    |    |     |    |     |
              ||  | |    |           |        F|R              __
              ||  | | ___|_____________________|______________(__)
              ||  | | ŻŻ||ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ||ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ/__\
              ||  | |   {}           ||                  (ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ)
              ||  | |                {}                   Ż||ŻŻ||Ż
              ||  | |                                      ||  ||
            ___|__|                                _______ ||  ||
           |_______)         ___                  (_______)||  ||
           |      |         |___|                          ||  ||
           |      |                                        ||  ||
           |_S_P__|__          ________                     |  |
           |_________)   ___  (________)   ___ ___    ______|__|__
           |        |    /|\    |    |    |___|___|  (____________|
           |        |    \|/    |    |                 |          |
           |        |   (ŻŻŻ)   |    |                 |          |
           |________|   |ŻŻŻ|   |____|                 |__________|


   When this stage begins, Mario has already released one Nitpicker, and will
   continue to release them for the duration of the level. In this stage, the
   player has a choice between two different ways to complete the level. One
   way, the easy way, will take a little longer, but is not typically as
   dangerous. The other way, the hard way, will save the player some time, but
   requires both skill and luck in jumping ability.

   First, the easy way. From the starting point, move Donkey Kong, Jr. to the
   right and jump onto the trampoline. From the trampoline, jump immediately
   onto the platform to the right. Move Donkey Kong, Jr. to the right edge of
   this platform and wait for the moving platform. Jump onto the moving
   platform and ride it all the way to the right. From the moving platform,
   jump up onto the far right platform.

   Once on this platform, climb the vine up to the platform to the left of the
   tree. Jump onto this platform and wait for the moving chain to approach.
   Jump to the left from the platform and grab onto the nearest moving chain,
   being careful to avoid any falling Eggs from the Nitpickers flying above.
   Ride this moving chain as far to the left as it will go, and then jump onto
   the small moving platform. From this small moving platform, jump up to the
   next moving chain, and ride it all the way to the left. Once the moving
   chain has moved as far left as possible, grab onto the chain to the left.

   Now, the hard way. If Donkey Kong, Jr. jumps onto the trampoline and then
   immediately jumps again when the trampoline is at its lowest point, he will
   do a "super jump." In a "super jump," Donkey Kong, Jr. will go almost twice
   as high as normal. If the player can time this "super jump" correctly, he
   can jump up onto the small moving platform right off the bat. From here, he
   can jump up and grab onto the leftmost moving chain, ride it all the way to
   the left, and then grab onto the chain to the left. In this way, much of
   the easy way can be skipped, thus saving the player some time. In either
   case, the player ends up at the bottom of the chain with the Bananas on it.

   From this point, climb the chain and grab the Bananas to score some points,
   while avoiding the Nitpickers flying throughout the level. Move to the
   right, across the chains, grab the Apple, and continue to the right. Move
   to the chain with the Pears and go down to pick up the fruit. This is the
   most dangerous fruit to obtain in this stage, and it is not necessary for
   the player to grab the Pears to complete the level.

   Once at this point, avoid the Nitpickers and move all the way to the right.
   Climb these chains and jump onto the platform at the top of the screen.
   Jump over the gap to the left, and move Donkey Kong, Jr. to the left, while
   avoiding any Nitpickers that Mario may release. Jump up and grab onto the
   chain to the left of the Key, and climb it to complete the level. Stage Two
   is now complete!


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-                        Section 04.03 -- Stage Three                         -
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                            .---------------------.
                            |       LEGEND:       |
                            |---------------------|
                            | SP = Starting Point |
                            | FR = Fruit          |
                            |  M = Mario          |
                            | KY = Key            |
                            '---------------------'

            ________             ___
           |  |  |  |  _____  | |K Y|
           |  |  |  |  ŻŻŻŻ|| | '._.'                       ||   ||
           |  |  |  |.'.                                    ||   ||
           |__|__|__|_M_|________________________________   ||   ||
           |     |  |                                    |  ||   ||
           '-----'  '---H-------H------------H-------H---'  ||   ||
           ||   ||     . .     . .  FR      . .     . .     ||   ||
           ||   ||      .       .            .       .      ||   ||
           ||   ||     . .     . .          . .     . .     ||   ||
           ||   ||  .------------------------------------.  .-----.
           ||   ||  |                                    |  |     |
           ||   ||  '---H\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/H---'  '-----'
           ||   ||     . .                  FR              ||   ||
           ||   ||      .                                   ||   ||
           ||   ||     . .                                  ||   ||
           .-----.  .------------------------------------.  ||   ||
           |     |  |                                    |  ||   ||
           '-----'  '---H\/\/\/\/FR\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/H---'  ||   ||
           ||   ||                                  . .     ||   ||
           ||   ||                                   .      ||   ||
           ||   ||                                  . .     ||   ||
           ||   ||  .------------------------------------.  ||   ||
           ||   ||  |                                    |  ||   ||
                    '---H\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/H---'
             SP        . .
           .-------------.
           ||ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ||


   Stage Three is a relatively easy level. There is a Red Spark circling around
   each of the four platforms in the middle if the screen, and there are two
   Blue Sparks near the bottom of the screen at the beginning of the level.
   The Blue Sparks can travel down the level along the pathways, but the Red
   Sparks can only circle their original platform.

   From the starting point, jump up to the blue vines and climb up. Jump to the
   right, onto the first platform, being careful to avoid any Sparks that may
   be in the way. Continue to the right, grabbing the Apple along the way, and
   then jump onto the vines to the right of the platform. Climb these vines
   until Donkey Kong, Jr. can jump onto the next platform up.

   Jump to the left off the vines, avoiding any stray Sparks, and continue to
   the left. Continue to the left, grabbing another Apple along the way, and
   then jump to the left onto the vines. Climb the vines until Donkey Kong, Jr.
   can reach the third platform up, and jump to the right onto the platform.
   The Red Sparks become faster and faster as Donkey Kong, Jr. ascends, so the
   player may have to jump the Red Spark a second time as Donkey Kong, Jr.
   makes his way to the right. Continue to the right, grabbing the third and
   final Apple, until Donkey Kong, Jr. can jump to the vines to the right of
   the third platform.

   Grab onto the vines, and climb until Donkey Kong, Jr. can reach the top
   platform. Jump to the left onto the final platform, being careful to avoid
   any Blue or Red Sparks in the way. Move Donkey Kong, Jr. to the left and
   jump onto the vine to the left of the Key. Climb this vine to finish the
   level. Stage Three is now complete!


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-                         Section 04.04 -- Stage Four                         -
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                            .---------------------.
                            |       LEGEND:       |
                            |---------------------|
                            | SP = Starting Point |
                            | FR = Fruit          |
                            |  M = Mario          |
                            | KY = Key            |
                            '---------------------'

                                   ________
                                .'|  |  |  |'.
                              .'  |  |  |  |  '.
                .'.         .'  .'|  |  |  |'.  '.
           ____|_M_|_______T___T__|__|__|__|__T___T________________
           ][][][|T|[][][][][]|T|][|T|[]|T|][|T|[][][][][]|T|][][][
           {}ŻŻŻŻ|_|ŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻ|_|ŻŻ|_|ŻŻ|_|ŻŻ|_|ŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻ|_|ŻŻŻŻ{}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     FR     |    |    |    |     FR     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}    /'\    |     /'\  /'\  /'\  /'\     |    /'\    {}
           {}    |K|    |     |K|  |K|  |K|  |K|     |    |K|    {}
           {}    |Y|    |     |Y|  |Y|  |Y|  |Y|     |    |Y|    {}
           {}     |     |      |    |    |    |      |     |     {}
           {}___S_P______________________________________________{}


   When this level begins, there is only one Black Bird on the loose. Many more
   will be released by Mario throughout the level, however, so be careful.
   There are also two Red Snapjaws roaming the top ledge of the level, so be
   careful not to run into them. They can go up and down any chain at will, so
   just make sure to watch out for them. They can be a real pain when trying
   to put the last few Keys into the Locks, believe me. The first thing Donkey
   Kong, Jr. should do is to climb the first two chains from the left, in order
   to place the first Key in the Lock. On the way, feel free to grab the Apple,
   while avoiding any flying Black Birds.

   Once the first Key is in the Lock, climb back down to the bottom, and jump
   up onto the third and fourth chains from the left. Push these two Keys to
   the top, into their respective Locks, while avoiding the deadly Black Birds.
   Once done, climb back down to the bottom, and jump up onto the fifth and
   sixth chains.

   Climb these chains and push the Keys into the Locks. Again, avoid the Black
   Birds on the way up. Now there is only one more Lock to go. Climb back down
   to the bottom and jump up onto the last two chains. Push the final Key up
   to the Lock, grabbing the Apple on the way. As always, avoid all flying
   Black Birds along the way. Once the final Key is in the Lock, the majority
   of the top platform will disappear, and Donkey Kong, Jr. will be standing in
   the middle of the screen.

   Donkey Kong and Mario will fall from the top platform, and Donkey Kong, Jr.
   will catch Donkey Kong above his head. Mario, on the other hand, falls onto
   the floor, and is knocked unconscious. Congratulations, Stage Four is now
   complete! After completing all four stages, the game will restart at Stage
   One, and the player can continue to play through all four stages for all
   eternity.


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=                            Section 05 -- Enemies                            =
===============================================================================

   There are only a handful of enemies that Donkey Kong, Junior must avoid in
   this game. Many of them are only found in one particular stage, whereas only
   a couple can be found in multiple stages. And without further ado, here are
   Donkey Kong, Junior's enemies:

   Black Bird    - These enemies are typically slow, and can be easily avoided.
                 - Be careful of them as they move back and forth through the
                   level, at varying heights.
                 - This fairly large bird is found only in Stage Four.

   Blue Snapjaws - These enemies will attempt to bite Donkey Kong, Junior, just
                   like the Red Snapjaws.
                 - However, unlike Red Snapjaws, Blue Snapjaws will fall off of
                   vines and into the water.
                 - This enemy can only be found in Stage One.

   Blue Spark    - These Sparks are created by Mario at the top of the level,
                   and work their way down by using the connecting points.
                 - Donkey Kong, Junior can jump over these enemies, if
                   necessary.
                 - This enemy is only found in Stage Three.

   Eggs          - Eggs will only be encountered after they have been laid by a
                   Nitpicker.
                 - After the first Egg has been laid, every third Nitpicker
                   will drop an easily avoidable Egg.
                 - Eggs, like Nitpickers, are only found in Stage Two.

   Mario         - Mario is the only enemy found in every Stage of the game,
                   and for good reason...he is the main enemy!
                 - While Mario himself cannot harm the player, his various pets
                   and gadgets certainly have that capability.
                 - Can Donkey Kong, Junior rescue Donkey Kong from his grasp?

   Nitpickers    - Nitpickers are only found in Stage Two. Nitpickers will fly
                   from Mario to the right, fall into the gap, and then fly to
                   the left towards the player.
                 - Every third Nitpicker will drop an Egg as it enters the gap.
                 - These birds can sometimes be difficult to avoid, so be
                   careful.

   Red Snapjaws  - Like the Blue Snapjaws, these enemies will attempt to bite
                   Donkey Kong, Junior.
                 - However, unlike their Blue counterparts, Red Snapjaws will
                   work their way back to the top of a vine, instead of falling
                   off the vine and into the water below.
                 - This enemy can be found in Stage One and Stage Four.

   Red Spark     - These Sparks are not created by Mario and instead move
                   around the perimeter of the ledges.
                 - Red Sparks can be jumped over, if necessary.
                 - This enemy is found only in Stage Three.


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   This is the original guide, as submitted to GameFAQs.  There will definitely
   be updates to come, as there is inevitably something else that can go in
   here.  All sections are as complete as I want them for now.  All portions of
   this guide are my own design, except for the ASCII Nintendo Controller, 
   which was designed by Colin Moriarty.  Thank you for allowing me to use it 
   in my guides!

   Work on this guide officially began on April 26, 2004.

   This guide was completed and submitted to GameFAQs on June 1, 2004.


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   First, I would like to thank CJayC for running this site and for hosting
   this guide. If not for GameFAQs, I would not be as into gaming as I am,
   and I would not have thought so many other things are possible, other than
   just playing the game.

   I would like to thank Colin Moriarty (CMoriarty) for allowing me to use his
   ASCII Nintendo Controller. He pointed out that mine was too big, so I asked
   if I could use his. Thanks, Colin!

   I would also like to give credit to the Instruction Manual that comes with
   the game for information found in a few parts of this guide. When the
   Instruction Manual was used, a note can be found in the guide. The
   Instruction Manual was of particular importance in Section 03.

   And last, but definitely not least, I would like to thank my close friends
   on GameFAQs. Especially Steve, Devin, Chad, Brian, Zoop, Trace, and Andrew.
   You guys are more help than you realize, and I thank you for that.


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