Elevators from Donkey Kong.

Elevators are obstacles found mainly in the Donkey Kong games. They would first appear in Donkey Kong. They are platforms that go up and down, sometimes automatically while others being controlled by the player.


[edit] Appearances

[edit] Donkey Kong

In Donkey Kong, there are two sets of elevators that appear in 75m. One will go up, while the other goes down. They would similar to one another and once they reach the end of their path, they disappear before a new one appears at the start of the path.

They would also appear in the Game Boy version of Donkey Kong.

[edit] Mario vs. Donkey Kong series

[edit] Mario vs. Donkey Kong

They would appear in Mario vs. Donkey Kong in the same fashion as they did in the original Donkey Kong. The direction of the elevators can be changed after jumping on a switch.

[edit] Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis

The elevators in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis can be used by the Mini Marios. They are first seen in Mushroom Mayhem, Room 1-5, and then throughout the later levels of the game.

It would feature a button that would have two red arrows facing away vertically.

The elevator can be used by the player's stylus. The player will have to use the button by using the stylus to tap on one of the two arrows so that it can rise up or down. They cannot be interrupted by tapping the button until it reaches a certain level. The elevators can only hold two Mini-Marios.

[edit] Super Smash Bros. Brawl

They would appear on the stage 75m in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. They would act the same as they do in the original Donkey Kong as it is a complete remake.

They would also appear in the Subspace Emissary. They can move up and down by the player ducking or jumping.

[edit] Super Mario 3D Land

They would appear in the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game, Super Mario 3D Land.

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