A wild move gives the player a boost and allows them to ram enemies, obstacles and other players. Barrel Blast has enemies as well. He is described as simpleminded and has a hobby for eating. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Donkey Kong Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. The Blue Balloons represent the Kremlings' team. DK Barrel Blast takes the same general gameplay of its previous GameCube design and instead sheds the bongo peripheral altogether, having players grab … The game uses rocket-powered bongos instead of cars to race. Donkey Kong Barrel Blast is a racing game for Nintendo's Wii video game console, announced on May 9, 2006, and that year's E3 convention for the GameCube under the title of DK: Bongo Blast. In order to accelerate, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk must be shaken together, and to jump, players need to raise the Wii Remote and Nunchuk upwards. Characters are able to attack each other by attacking with the A button. His bongos are chained, are spiked on the top and bottom, and have a blue "X" on the sides. Pick up the DK Barrel and smash it open into the nosy Zinger. No trophy is awarded in this cup. In order to perform a wild move, one must fill up a gauge with 50 bananas. Race to victory with the DK Crew! Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, https://donkeykong.fandom.com/wiki/Donkey_Kong_Barrel_Blast?oldid=50091. Kludge is a large, blue, and muscular Kremling and one of the racers from Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. Contributed By: ZeoKnight 0 0 « See More or Submit Your Own! He is an unlockable character and the rival of Funky Kong. The game randomly selects 2-5 courses to race on. The player selects 2-5 courses to race on. There are 4 official cups: the Topaz Cup, Sapphire Cup, Diamond Cup, and Platinum Cup. Unlockable characters can appear during ra… Characters are able to attack each other by attacking with the A button. Depending on which way you want to go, you must move that controller up and down. They can be defeated in one hit unless said otherwise. 3 difficulty levels can be chosen: Rookie, Pro, and Expert. Originally a Nintendo Gamcube title, Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast quietly got moved to Wii in late 2006. This page was last edited on June 10, 2020, at 15:51. Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. The game was released for the Wii in Japan and the United States in 2007, and in PAL regions in 2008. He is an unlockable character and the rival of Funky Kong. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! It then became a Wii title, using motion controls instead of the bongos. No trophy is awarded in this cup. In order to use either of them, the player must run into the box on the track with their picture. Multiple game-play modes, 16 awesome courses, and a rollicking 4-player multiplayer game will keep you coming back for more. Donkey Kong Barrel Blast is a racing game for Nintendo's Wii video game console, announced on May 9, 2006, and that year's E3 convention for the GameCube under the title of DK: Bongo Blast.The GameCube version was ultimately cancelled in favor of a Wii release. Each Balloon is a certain color. One can also use a wild move by pushing down on the control stick and releasing it. Beating each cup will give you a trophy. Wii - Donkey Kong Barrel Blast / Donkey Kong Jet Race - The #1 source for video game textures on the internet! When the racer grabs their team's color balloon, the effect is better for that team than if the opposite team grabbed it. Red Balloons represent the Kongs' team. Kludge has low boost and agility, which is compensated for his top speed. When Barrel Blast was first announced, it was supposed to use the DK bongo drum accessory. A wild move gives the player a boost and allows them to ram enemies, obstacles and other players. Donkey Kong and friends have located high-powered barrel rockets, and now the battle for king of the jungle is on. Blast onto the ledge, run forward and bounce off the three Neckies to get the Red Balloon high in the air. In order to accelerate, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk must be shaken together, and to jump, players need to raise the Wii Remote and Nunchuk upwards. If the player has a filled up gauge, another gauge will appear. In European versions of the game, Kludge's trophy reveals some of his characteristics. In the Cranky's Flight School cutscene, he is seen training along Diddy Kong, Tiny Kong, and Kip. If DK Barrel Blast would have released well over a year ago on GameCube like it was supposed to the title might have had a chance at being remotely entertaining. Kludge Kludge is a large, blue, and muscular Kremling and one of the racers from Donkey Kong Barrel Blast. Including Ultra Barrel DK as a separate character from Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Barrel Blast features a total of 17 playable characters (consisting of 9 Kong characters and 8 Kremling characters). Donkey Kong Barrel Blast was meant to be released on the Gamecube, using the DK Bongos made for Donkey Konga. Winners are determined by rankings in the courses. The box will either stay still or move back and forth in a line for players to catch. Kip, Kass, Kalypso, and Kludge make their first appearances in this game. Due to his childlike manner, Kludge has become friends with Kip and Kass. The GameCube version was ultimately cancelled in favor of a Wii release. The player can unlock him by clearing the Diamond Cup as a Kremling. The game also marks the first game appearance of Lanky Kong (excluding remakes) since his debut, which was released 8 years prior. Next, a green Zinger guards the next two gaps, with a DK Barrel on the middle landform. Bananas can be found throughout the course. From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia, https://www.mariowiki.com/index.php?title=Kludge&oldid=2959658. Donkey Kong Barrel Blast features a variety of Barrels. 6 characters are available from the start and 11 are unlockable. Once there you can glide through, but not if you need to turn! Donkey Kong Barrel Blast was meant to be released on the Gamecube, using the DK Bongos made for Donkey Konga. Originally a Nintendo Gamcube title, Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast quietly got moved to Wii in late 2006.