Donkey Kong Junior

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1983
Manufacturer : Coleco/CBS
Developer : Coleco
Type : Platform
Coleco # 2601 - CBS # 4L2015
16 K ROM

 

Donkey Kong Jr title screen
Donkey Kong Jr screenshot

 

SCANS OF THE CBS1 MODEL





Front (Uk)
Ref 74-376A
Back (Uk)
Ref 74-376A
Cart (Uk)
Ref 4L2015
Manual (Uk)
Ref 2L2129
       




Front (Fr)
Ref 74-376F
Back (Fr)
Ref 74-376F
Cart (Fr)
Ref 4L1981
Manual (Fr)
Ref 2L2131

SCANS OF THE CBS3 MODEL




 

 
Front
Ref 7437-6R2
Back
Ref 7437-6R2
   

SCANS OF THE COLECO1 MODEL R1





Front (U) Back (U) Cart (U) Manual (U)
Ref 91760

Front scan from VideoGameObsession.com
Back scanned by Chuckwalla

OTHER MODELS

No CBS2 No CBS4 No Coleco2

REPRODUCTION

Front Back 3D  

Label Made By: Phil Boland

Box layout Mini-box layout Cartridge Sleeve Cartridge Sleeve

By Troy Schaben

GAME DESCRIPTION

DK Jr arcade cabinetMario has locked up Papa Donkey Kong, and Junior must hurry through a treacherous jungle to free him. Racing against time, Junior climbs and swings across vines and avoids dangerous creatures, all to reach a flashing key to release his Papa. If Junior succeeds at this mission, the scene changes. Junior must push keys to the top of long chains, once again avoiding clever opponents. If he completes this test, he must climb the vines again – this time it’s tougher! Then he arrives at the high-flying jump board mission. Can you help Junior save his father?
 
Port of Nintendo’s arcade game released in August 1982.

MISCELLANEOUS


CBS catalogue 1984

GAME TRIVIA

In this game, Donkey Kong's cage is guarded by Mario, in his only appearance as a villain in a video game.
Donkey Kong Jr. was also a cartoon on Saturday Supercade (a cartoon series that aired on Saturday mornings from 1983-1985). The plot had Jr. looking for his dad Donkey Kong who is on the run from Mario and Pauline.