Part 10 of my Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo Switch) let's play - I’m Dead, Jim!
In this episode, I explore some more of World 3 Bright Savannah. I first enter 3-5 Twilight Terror, which is a rocketbarrel level. The beginning has a remix of Stickerbrush Symphony, the famous song from Donkey Kong Country 2. The level is set during twilight (obviously), as you fly along the course of a river. The Snomads have set up a fishing operation here, and giant fish attack you throughout the level. Then, I go to level 3-A Rickety Rafters. The main mechanic is using pressure plates and vines to temporarily move platforms for traversal purposes. It’s one of the less interesting levels in the game. Finally, I go through level 3-B Bramble Scramble. The level is filled with giant brambles and flowers. The platforms of the level come into existence as you approach them. It’s really cool, but it unfortunately doesn’t have the music from DKC2’s Bramble Scramble!
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a video game developed by Retro Studios, a subsidiary of Nintendo, for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch. It was released in 2014, and re released for the Switch in 2018. It is a sequel to Donkey Kong Country Returns, which originally released for the Wii in 2010. Tropical Freeze is a 2D platformer known for its beautiful backgrounds, well thought-out design, partner-based powerups, and phenomenal soundtrack composed by David Wise. It is, in my opinion, one of the best platformers ever made, and it is criminally underrated. That’s why I intend to show it off!
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