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A Click-Clack from Donkey Kong Country 2
Leader Kaptain K. Rool
Homeland Crocodile Isle



Affiliations Kremling Krew
Enemies Kong Family
Games Donkey Kong Country 2
Donkey Kong Land 2
DK: King of Swing
DK Jungle Climber

Click-Clack is a beetle enemy that first appears in Donkey Kong Country 2. It is one of the few Donkey Kong Country 2 enemies to reprise in other Donkey Kong games.

History

Donkey Kong Country 2 / Land 2

Click-Clacks are somewhat common enemies usually found patrolling the areas of Gangplank Galleon and Krem Quay, though there are some other areas they go. Click-Clacks are actually more endurable than a lot of enemies in the game; they can be jumped on once and not be defeated immediately. However, when they are jumped on, they will be put helpless on their back, unable to move for a short time. While on their backside, they can be jumped on again to be defeated or picked up and used like a regular barrel projectile. Besides that, Click-Clacks can be defeated instantly with a cartwheel.

Click-Clacks return in Donkey Kong Land 2. There is no real difference between the DKC2 Click-Clacks, except players can control themselves in midair after jumping on one, whereas in Donkey Kong Country 2, the player gets knocked back slightly.

Donkey Kong Country 3

Main article: Knik-Knak

Though not directly returning, Knik-Knaks, in their yellow color, seem to have replaced them. They function very similarly to them, and are critical in the boss Belcha.

DK King of Swing / DK Jungle Climber

Click-Clacks made a reappearance in DK: King of Swing. Click-Clacks also appeared in DK Jungle Climber. In these games they climb around on Pegs and they can't be attacked from the front as they will hurt Donkey Kong.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Click-Clacks are one of the strongest regular enemies in DKC2, since they can endure two jumps in a row instead of the usual one (though cartwheels still defeat it).