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Wild West World

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Bananacoin-dkcr.png Wild West World Bananacoin-dkcr.png
The Wild West World.
Levels Necky's Canyon
Cactus Woods
Madcap Mine
Treacherous Twister
Boss: Fire Necky's Nest
Boss Fire Necky
Game(s) DK: King of Swing

Wild West World is the second world in DK: King of Swing. This world is desert and the boss here is Fire Necky.


Wild West World is a desert area found east of Jungle World. It features a large cluster of cacti in the northwest corner, a mine in the north, and a humongous sprawling canyon occupying the majority of the area. Interestingly, the mine carts in the mine seem to be a homage to the mine carts seen in the Donkey Kong Country's mine cart stages, such as Mine Cart Carnage. The canyon's eastern side is experiencing a tornado. The area boss has established its nest in the southeastern corner of the Wild West World.


Level Description
Necky's Canyon
Necky's Canyon is the first level to introduce throwing stones. This is a needed skill for later levels and even the area boss. As the name implies, it also introduces the Necky enemy. Additionally, it also features a steerable Arrow Barrel that can be rode around the last part of the stage.
Cactus Woods
Cactus Woods is a straightforward level that introduces the Zinger and Click-Clack enemies. The Zingers are bees that cannot be harmed from their backs. Their appearance in the second part of the level can be tricky, because they can obscure the path and make it difficult to progress. The Click-Clack are beetles that climb on the peg boards and directly charge for Donkey Kong; They cannot be harmed from the front.
Madcap Mine
Madcap Mine incorporates levers on a rail system. The levers must be pulled to gain momentum on the rails and move forward. Also in this stage are conveyor belts that slowly drag DK downward.
Treacherous Twister
Treacherous Twister is a level that takes place in the middle of a tornado. The twister will influence how DK jumps from peg board to peg board, making him drift in a direction. The winds may even make some pegs move in a circle.
Fire Necky's Nest
The boss of Wild West World is Fire Necky. It is fought at night in the middle of the desert, despite the level name alluding to a nest. Fire Necky is a phoenix that will try to land on Donkey Kong, and spit fireballs. The fireballs will eventually cool down into stones that can be thrown back at it. It will be briefly enraged after getting hit. After enough hits, it will fall and DK will get a Gold Medal.