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Donkey Kong Jr. Math

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Title Screen

Donkey Kong Jr. Math

Also known as: Donkey Kong Jr. no Sansuu Asobi (JP), Sansuu Asobi (JP title screen)
Developer: Nintendo R&D2
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: NES
Released in JP: December 12, 1983
Released in US: October 1985
Released in EU: 1986
Released in AU: October 17, 2003 (Animal Crossing)


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Hmmm...
To do:
Document Donkey Kong Jr. + Jr. Sansuu Lesson.

The Donkey Kong family teaches math in Donkey Kong Jr. Math, the only entry in the NES' "Education Series" label. While it was later released on Virtual Console, it is not part of the Switch's online service of NES/Famicom titles.

Donkey Kong Jr. Leftovers

Hmmm...
To do:
There's more leftovers in the Japanese version.

Most of the game's CHR ROM was directly copied from Donkey Kong Jr. As a result, some of that game's graphics go unused.

Add! Now multiply! Faster! FASTER! Oooof...

Mario! Sadly, he doesn't actually appear in this game.

Raise 'a roof

Junior with his hands up, originally used when catching his father.

Dk-jr-math-unused-donkey-kong-no-sign.png

A sprite of Donkey Kong (and an extra set of face tiles). Unlike all of his used sprites in this game, he is not shown holding the sign.

Fruit is good for you too, ya know

The fruits, also not found anywhere.

Bombs away...!

Nitpickers flying downward. Only their horizontal sprites are used.

Danger: High voltage

The Sparks from Stage 3 of the original game.

Regional Differences

Japan International
Nesdkjrmath-title-japan.png Nesdkjrmath-title.png

The Japanese version has a rather primitive-looking logo, using the same style as the one seen in its Japan-only sister game Popeye no Eigo Asobi. The international version is far more detailed and colorful, with the new graphics overwriting some of the Donkey Kong Jr. leftovers.

Of note is that, like Popeye no Eigo Asobi, the Japanese title screen doesn't use the full name of the game for whatever reason, simply reading Sansuu Asobi.