Donkey Kong (US set 1)
The original Donkey Kong video game was produced by Nintendo R&D1 and launched in July 1981. Shigeru Miyamoto was hired by Nintendo to redesign Radar Scope, a game that was made available for testing purposes. for Americans, turn underperforming audiences into a more interesting game. The outcome was a significant advancement for Nintendo and the video gaming market. The game, along with Pac-Man and Galaga, became one of the top-selling arcade games in the early 1980s as machine sales increased. The game was a vast upgrade over other games at the time, and thanks to its expanding customer base, it was able to attract huge distributors. Jumpman (renamed Mario in the game) has to scale a building site while dodging fireballs and other hazards in order to save his girlfriend Pauline from Donkey Kong. The multi-monitor Game & Watch was considerably simplified by Miyamoto. Atari 2600, Colecovision, Amiga 500, Apple II, Atari 7800, Intellivision, Commodore 64, Commodore VIC-20, Famicom Disk System, IBM PC, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX, Atari 8-bit family, and Mini-Arcade versions are some more converters. As one of the three launch titles for the Home Computer in 1983, the game was later released on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The 1988 Donkey Kong Classics compilation for the NES included both Donkey Kong and its follow-up, Donkey Kong Jr. Animal Crossing for the GameCube and the Wii Virtual Console both included the NES version as an unlockable game.  The Donkey Kong 64 game on the Nintendo 64 first included the arcade version. In 2002, an e-Reader edition of the NES version was reissued, and in 2004, the Game Boy Advance Classic NES series was launched. Donkey Kong Original Edition was published in 2013 for the Wii, Wii U, and 3DS.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.