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Donkey Kong Jr. Math
Box artwork for Donkey Kong Jr. Math.
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Distributor(s) Wii Shop Channel, Nintendo eShop
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Wii Virtual Console
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Genre(s) Education
System(s) NES, Wii VC, Wii U VC
Players 1-2
Series Donkey Kong
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Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Donkey Kong Jr. no Sansuu Asobi in Japan) was the ninth game that Nintendo released for the Famicom, as part of an attempt to release educational games for the home console. It is the math counterpart to Popeye's English Game. The primary purpose of the game is to teach children how to perform basic arithmetic. It was released worldwide. It has been released for the Wii Virtual Console only in Japan.

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editDonkey Kong series

1980's arcade titles: Donkey Kong · Jr. · 3

After Donkey Kong Country: Donkey Konga · Jungle Beat · DK: King of Swing · DK: Jungle Climber · Barrel Blast

Spin-offs: Donkey Kong Jr. Math · Diddy Kong Racing

Sub-series: Mario · Donkey Kong Country · Mario vs. Donkey Kong