Donkey Kong 64 – Creepy Castle (Museum) Piano Sheet Music

The Creepy Castle Museum is a major area in Donkey Kong 64 which houses five Donkey Kong themed paintings, one of which being Donkey Kong’s family tree. The museum consists of two floors connected by elevators and stairs. On the first floor are Donkey Kong themed paintings such as “Donkey Duck”, and “A Banana Split For Donkey Kong”. This is also where Donkey Kong begins his journey through Donkey Kong 64.

The Creepy Castle Museum is located in the center of Donkey Kong Island and houses a number of Donkey Kong’s ancestors, friends and enemies in paintings on the walls. There are paintings for Cranky Kong, Wrinkly Kong, Candy Kong, Funky Kong, Lanky Kong, Tiny Kong, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Dixie Kong and King K. Rool.

The museum is the location of Donkey Kong 64’s final boss fight with King K. Rool. Donkey Kong must climb a series of ladders to reach his nemesis in order to defeat him and complete Donkey Kong 64 as well as collect the final Golden Banana. Donkey Kong must first shoot some giant barrels into the mouth of King K. Rool to stun him, then Donkey Kong can climb up and punch him twice, before jumping off and having Donkey Kong Jr. whack him with his weapon to stun him again. Donkey Kong must repeat this process four more times in order for Donkey Kong to grab King K. Rool and then Donkey Kong throws him into a giant barrel and Donkey Kong shoots the barrel with his Coconut Shooter, sending King K. Rool flying into space where he is met by Donkey Kong’s other enemies who shoot him back to the moon.

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