Klaptrap


Klaptrap
Klaptrap.jpg
A Klaptrap as seen in Donkey Kong Country
First Appearance Donkey Kong Country
Latest Appearance Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Allies Kremlings, King K. Rool, Klampon, Krimp

Klaptraps are particularly dangerous enemies which originally appeared in Donkey Kong Country. They are multi-coloured, lizard-like Kremlings that have large mouths and very small bodies. To defeat them, they will need to be stomped on as their large mouths prevented an attack, such as the roll attack. They can also be defeated by barrels and other various items. Klaptraps come in more than one color, they can appear in blue, green, and red. They can be found in four of the Donkey Kong games. They do not appear in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest or Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!. Their relatives, Klampon and Krimp replace the Klaptrap in those games. Klaptraps would make their return in Donkey Kong 64 with a slight update. Once a Klaptrap was defeated, its set of teeth will stick around for a small period of time, trying to attack the Kongs.

In Donkey Kong Country, Purple Klaptraps appear in a bonus level in Trick Track Trek, and appear in Loopy Lights. Purple Klaptraps will jump at the same time as the Kongs do, making them a little bit more dangerous than other Klaptraps. Giant Klaptraps would also be introduced in Donkey Kong 64. They also appeared with purple skin, were immune to all of the Kong's attacks, and could only be defeated by the Orange Grenade.

They make another appearance in Donkey Kong Land and Donkey Konga as enemies again.

[edit] Playable

Klaptrap is playable in one Donkey Kong game. In Donkey Kong 64, the player could control a Klaptrap in the mini-game Beaver Bother.

A small, purple Klaptrap as it appeared in Donkey Kong 64

[edit] Appearances in Other Games

Klaptraps would make several appearances outside of the Donkey Kong series. They would make several appearances along with Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong in Mario games such as Mario Superstar Baseball, where they would act as distractions on the Donkey Kong course by biting at the outfielder's heels.

They would also appear in Mario Power Tennis in Donkey Kong's Jungle Court, by trying to bite the players to try and slow them down. They would also appear in the mini-game Balloon Panic, where the player has to protect the balloons from the Klaptraps.

They would appear in Mario Party 7 as well as enemies in a Pyramid Park event.

Klaptraps also make an appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee and 'Super Smash Bros. Brawl as trophies and enemies on Kongo Jungle and Jungle Japes. They attempt to push a brawler into the water.

Last edited by DXD on 15 May 2011 at 00:40
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