Donkey Kong Junior
Release: 1983
Publisher: Coleco/CBS
Developer: Coleco
Type: Shoot
Coleco #: 2601
CBS #: 4L1980, 4L1981, 4L2015


Donkey Kong Junior
Donkey Kong Junior


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Donkey Kong Junior, Donkey Kong and Mario are trademarks of Nintendo of America, Inc. ©1982
Packaged in U.S.A.
Package, Program & Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries Inc. Amsterdam, New York 12010
Printed in U.S.A.


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Donkey Kong Junior, Donkey Kong and Mario are trademarks of Nintendo of America, Inc. ©1982
Program and Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries Inc.
Package ©1983 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.
Made in England by Ideal Toy Co. Ltd., Woodley, Berks. Printed in Holland.
Barcode : 5 010779 74376 8

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Donkey Kong® et Donkey Kong™ Junior sont des marques déposées appartenant à Nintendo of America Inc.
Fabriqué au Royaume-Uni.
Conception, programme, réalisation du logiciel ©1983 Coleco Industries Inc.,
New York 12010. Licensié exclusif Coleco Industries Inc. ©'1983 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.'
Imprimé en Hollande
Barcode : 5 010779 74376 8

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Alle Rechte, einschließlich Vervielfältigung und des Verlheis, bleiben - auch bei nur auszugswaiser Verwertung - vorbehalten.
Printed in Holland.
DONKEY KONG™, DONKEY KONG JUNIOR™ und MARIO sind die Warenzeichen von Nintendo of America, Inc. © 1982 Nintendo of America, Inc.
Barcode: 5 010779 74376 8



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Donkey Kong Junior™, Donkey Kong™ and Mario™ are trademarks of Nintendo of America, Inc. ©1982
Package ©1983 CBS Inc., 51 West 52nd Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10019
Program and Audio Visual ©1982 Coleco Industries Inc. Printed in Holland.
Packaged in The U.K.
SCC 260101


Mario 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.


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Label Made By: Phil Boland

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By Troy Schaben


CBS catalogue 1984


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.

Super Donkey Kong Junior was to be released for the Super Game Module. But as this module was canceled, the game was ported to the Adam Computer.

Super Game Module Prototype

Donkey Kong Junior-Wafer-Super Game

The Super Game version for the Adam computer has the Mario's Hideout level, a new level (the kitchen), an intermission between levels 3 and 4, different music at the start and some different effects (such as climbing), High Score table.

Donkey Kong Junior-Super Game - Adam

Adam Super Game Pack

An additional 5th screen was originaly planned before Nintendo complained about the changes/additions and Coleco had to remove it.

A remake for the C64 based on the Atari 7800 version was made in 2014 with remade graphics and enhanced sound.

Donkey Kong Jr-Arcade


Donkey Kong Jr-Adam


Donkey Kong Jr-Atari 2600

Atari 2600

Donkey Kong Jr-Atari 7800

Atari 7800

Donkey Kong Jr-Atari 8bit

Atari 8bit

Donkey Kong Jr-C64


Donkey Kong Jr-Intellivision


Donkey Kong Jr-NES