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Arcade Longplay [355] Donkey Kong Jr.

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This is the alternate arcade version of Donkey Kong Jr. Instead of skipping around having to beat Mario over and over to beat all levels. You go through all four levels in one shot. Disclaimer: Most videos recorded by World of Longplays have been created with the help of SaveStates!

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  1. i think that mario from this game is marios another twin brother

  2. Soy bueno en el Donkey kong jr pero nunca jugue en arcarde

  3. Donkey kong didnt start this all, It was mario. He took in the gorilla becuase he thought it was a harm. But Donkey Kong JR saved his father, and DK took his revenge, by kidnapping peach. If Mario didnt kidnap DK this wouldve never happened!

  4. 0:01 but because in this scene there are two mario does it mean that the brother Luigi of the mario bros 1983 was already there you have donkey kong times only that he had the same colors of mario clothes and therefore it is difficult to distinguish?

  5. While the game itself seems good, it seems kinda sad that Nintendo have to villainized Mario for this game (i.e. Nintendo turned Mario into a villain for this game).

  6. Yo igual soy bueno en el donkey kong jr pero nunca jugue en arcarde sola en NES juego

  7. Where Mario gets his revenge. Didn’t end so well for him, sadly.

  8. Me and my Cousin used to play this and purposely make Donkey Kong Jr die, we'd laugh our asses off.

  9. is the second mario clone at the beginning supposed to be luigi?

  10. This reminds me of my childhood summers. We used to play outside in the morning then play this in the middle of the day when it becomes too hot to even stay outside. I can even remember the smell of the hot summer breeze it makes me tear up a bit. I wish I can relive those days. I miss being a kid. I miss when my family was still intact. If it was possible to freeze time so I can stay in it forever this would be it for me.

  11. In my country this is Italian man traffics ape

  12. They renamed Jumpman "Mario" the same year New York Lieutenant Governor and Italian discrimination exposer Mario Cuomo was running for Governor of New York. I find it to be absolutely no coincidence. A part me seriously questions if the Japanese were by then discriminated as the Italians were. You can claim Mussolini created Hitler, even though the oaf Mussolini wasn't even in power during the 1920 Munich Beer Hall gathering which created the vile Nazi Party, and yet also protect the Japanese for decades with the B.S. Pearl Harbor advance knowledge conspiracy, which even has had overhyped "telephone transcripts" which were scientifically proven to be forgeries, and by putting in so much effort to cover up the comfort women they enslaved from Korea and present-day Taiwan. Due to the name change at a unique time, I now find the "Mario the landlord" name inspiration hype as really an urban legend mixed with a coincidence.

  13. I just realized I played all versions of Donkey Kong arcades. Wow

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  15. On stage 2 that pully mechanism on the right we used to think it was a mastache guy wearing a hat and tried to grab him 🤣🤣

  16. If you want to play game without advertisement turn off internet while playing

  17. I never realized Mario was in the mafia

  18. i have a game boy but its more of a modern ones

  19. 0:010:05 – I didn't get it. Why is the longplay called in the video as Vulgus, but in the title and description of the video as "Donkey Kong Jr."?

  20. Mario the good guy in his franchise and the neatural character in this game.

  21. was this based off of "son of kong" like how donkey kong was based off of king kong?

  22. I like how to beginning is playing Toccata and fugue

  23. Donkey kong jr is actually stronger than donkey kong

  24. "Mario's" contraptions sure does look like……….

    WARIO WARE. Pauline must be proud of him…….

  25. I remember beating this game like 30 years ago.

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