Mario vs. Donkey Kong is a game for the Game Boy Advance. Donkey Kong is an arcade game that was Nintendo's first big hit in North America. It first aired in France on September 4, 1996. Donkey Kong Country is a Canadian-French computer-generated animated television series based upon the video game trilogy of the same name. When the developers create the Mario and Donkey Kong games in particular, they start by developing the gameplay mechanics and the story comes from that later. It marked the beginning of the Mario and Donkey Kong franchises and introduced several of the earliest characters, including Mario himself, the original Donkey Kong, and Lady. Donkey Kong is an arcade game released by Nintendo in 1981.

Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move, known in Japan as Mario & Donkey Kong: MiniMini Carnival (マリオ & ドンキーコング ミニミニカーニバル, Mario & Donkī Kongu MiniMini Kānibaru), is a puzzle video game for the Nintendo 3DS and is the fifth game in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series.

The show was later aired in Canada starting on October 17, 1997 and in the United States starting on August 15, 1998, and the original run finished on July 7, 2000. It was released as a part of the Multi Screen series on June 3, 1982, and has the model number DK-52. I imagine the only reason Donkey Kong from DKC isn't the original Donkey Kong is because his design was so radically different. They aren't looking to bind the stories or universes together. The game was later ported to Game & Watch Gallery 2 and Game & Watch Gallery 4, both of which … Microsoft pwns all!

Is Donkey Kong part of Mario's universe? Released in 1982, it is a port of the arcade game, where Mario is a carpenter attempting to rescue his girlfriend from an evil, or at least angry, ape. At the beginning it seemed like they were part f eachother's universe but then they seperated apart almost completely! It has similar gameplay to the arcade version: Donkey Kong has captured Pauline, and Mario must rescue her.

It brings back Mario and Donkey Kong's rivalry from the Mario franchise's first game, Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is a dual-screen Game & Watch version of the classic arcade game. It was released in 2004, and is under the genre of Platformer and Puzzler. Donkey Kong was developed by Nintendo R&D1 as part of the Game & Watch Multi Screen series, featuring two LCD screens.