[10] Retro tried to make the game "accessible to all players", but with a "kind of difficulty that made players want to try it again". I'm not assuming, just asking. Jump back on the whale (I started to recognize the music here from the first Donkey Kong Country underwater levels) and avoid the electrical squid while jumping on the regular squid to collect the [PUZZLE PIECE] in the air. Jump right down the platforms avoiding the tentacles once again. You will soon reach a large red flower. Falling: Once you roll into the crabs when they stack on top of each other, they will fall to the ground. Keep going right until you reach a platform that looks like it can be ground pounded. ), Control Pad: Walk, run (hold 1), crouch (hold down), select item, 1: Carry Diddy (Hold up), Ride (hold up)/Dismount (hold down) Donkey Kong, Back/Cancel (Press and hold to grab barrels, vines, and cling patches. Pound it to reveal a [PUZZLE PIECE]. It's also annoying cause as others have pointed out there's no reason most of these games needed one stupid waggle shoehorned in which has now prevented every playing with a better control scheme. @allav866 As content creators, it's our job to provide content that our audience will enjoy, but we also need to encourage folks to watch that content in the first place - Titles are the quickest way to do that. Break the stones ahead using Rambi and pound the platform that you can see through underneath. Keep going right and then drop below the dock. Giant missile: The giant turkey will drop a missle in the middle of the arena creating a giant shockwave also breaking the blocks around you. Fire toward the sky to collect the [LETTER O] and then into the next barrel. He also keeps anything he happens to collect, so the player is not rewarded for these items.[7]. At one point there will be a barrel that has a choice to go into a barrel right next to it or a line of bananas almost not visible. Stomp the crab and then put pressure on one side of the mast to collect the [LETTER G]. Pound the vase to get a [PUZZLE PIECE]. You will be sent further into the background. The level will start off with a view of the horizon introducing the sillhouette style of the level. Jump on the newly discovered pillar and then jump to the high up platform to the left. None of the 4 Wii titles (including Other M) have it. Keep moving upward and across platforms until you get to an open area with many flowers. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Jump across and into the blast barrels. Wow, I can't believe how long it's been! What a familiar name! Start going right pounding the treasure chest for a [PUZZLE PIECE]. Keep climbing on the left collecting a [PUZZLE PIECE] at the top and then three banana coins going down on the other side. Use the wall to move back up. Start by going right and onto the stone platform. Go to the right past the flower and toward the wall to uncover the final [PUZZLE PIECE]. Climb the grassy ceiling to the left to get the [PUZZLE PIECE]. Use the most right platform of the third water wheel to reach the [LETTER N] and jump into the nearby barrel. Returning and Heading to the 3DS", "Nintendo Outsourcing Development Of Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D", "Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D adds more than 3D to the barrel", "Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid Prime Trilogy headed to Wii U eShop", "Wii games coming to Wii U as downloads - Australian pricing includes launch sale", "Wii's Donkey Kong Country Returns Is Now Playable At 1080p And 60fps On Nvidia Shield", "Test: Donkey Kong Country Returns (Plattformer)", "EGM Review: Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D", "Donkey Kong Country Returns Chimp off the old block", "Donkey Kong Country Returns Review for the Wii", "Donkey Kong Country Returns review: Exactly as much fun as a barrel of monkeys", "Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Review (3DS)", "Donkey Kong Country Returns Return of the king? Try ducking or using the crates to hide yourself from the attack.