Donkey Kong’s Fun With Music [NES – Cancelled]

Donkey Kong’s Fun With Music [NES – Cancelled]

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Donkey Kong’s Fun With Music was a Sequel in a line of educational video game containing classic Nintendo Characters. These games intended to help kids while still being entertaining. This line of games included Donkey Kong Jr. Math, and Popeye no Eigo Asobi (A game Starring Popeye the sailor in which you learn about American Spelling). This game was canceled for unknown reasons. If you ask me it’s because kids weren’t being entertained.

Thanks a lot to NES World for some of these screenshots! According to the titles on the screen, the songs being played here are I’ve Been Working on the Railroad and “Inu no Omawari-san”, a well-known Japanese children’s song.

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3 thoughts on “Donkey Kong’s Fun With Music [NES – Cancelled]

  1. Vetus

    Even thought educational games with Nintendo characters was never a good idea to begin with I would like to see a music game with Donkey Kong at NES.

  2. Mandiness

    This is almost like the Metronome mini game available in the 3DS eShop. If you clap your hands properly to the rhythm of the metronome, you can jump barrels in the level 1 stage of the original Donkey Kong game.

  3. Mei Lee

    Hey, I had this on my Famicom! It was included in one of those 4-in-1 NES cartridges… too bad I lost it when I moved…

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