Click-Clack

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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[edit]

Donkey Kong Country 2 / Land 2[edit]

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[edit]

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[edit]

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.

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Trivia[edit]

  • 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).