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This article is about the character Donkey Kong, as of Donkey Kong Country. For other uses of the name "Donkey Kong", see Donkey Kong (disambiguation).For other uses of the moniker "DK", see DK (disambiguation).He is eventually chased to the top of the construction site, where Mario causes the girders supporting him to collapse, sending him plummeting to the ground.Donkey Kong tries to kidnap Pauline yet again in the 1994 Game Boy remake Donkey Kong, and this time he's accompanied by his son, Donkey Kong Jr.Miyamoto says that he chose the name "Donkey" to reflect the character's stupidity.Miyamoto was informed by Nintendo of America staff that the word "donkey" is not a synonym for "idiot" in English despite what the dictionary he consulted said, but decided to ignore this particular suggestion because he liked the name "Donkey Kong".However, with the release of Donkey Kong Country later that same year, Donkey Kong was given a new personality and a new home.Donkey Kong Country also saw the appearance of the elderly Cranky Kong, who was the original Donkey Kong from the older Arcade games.
Donkey Kong's first appearance (where he is later confirmed to be a younger Cranky Kong) is in the Arcade game of the same name, where he is the main enemy.
He is usually portrayed as a slow but powerful character.
He often takes unconventional approaches to certain sports, like swinging a Golf Club one-handed or using a Boxing Glove for a Baseball Bat.
Indeed, this new Donkey Kong was a character built for a new generation.
During the current Donkey Kong's infancy, he is stolen from his treetop home by Kamek and his Toady army during their massive kidnapping spree.
Donkey Kong's exact role in the Mario franchise is somewhat hazy.