|Diddy Kong in Mario Kart Wii|
|First Appearance||Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)|
|Latest Appearance||Mario Kart Wii (2008)|
|Total Appearances|| Mario Kart: Double Dash!!|
Mario Kart Wii
|Weight Class(es)|| MKDD: Light|
Diddy Kong is Donkey Kong's nephew, and has appeared in two Mario Kart games so far. The only staff time trials track dedicated to him is Maple Treeway (Mario Kart Wii). His first appearance on the Mario Kart scene was in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, where this chimp acted as Donkey Kong's partner. The two primates shared a special item known as the Giant Banana that would divide itself into three other smaller bananas after ran into by another player. Diddy Kong's most recent appearance in Mario Kart games has been in the game Mario Kart Wii, where Diddy is a medium type character, and can be unlocked by beating all of the cups in the Retro Grand Prix in the 50cc engine class.
- Barrel Train
- Standard Kart M
- Classic Dragster
- Wild Wing
- Super Blooper
- Standard Bike M
- Mach Bike
- Zip Zip
- Dolphin Dasher
Diddy Kong hasn't appeared in many Mario games, but has certainly played many important roles in the Donkey Kong Series. He debuted in the game Donkey Kong Country, where him and his ape uncle had to get back their banana hoard that was stolen by the evil kremling king, K. Rool, and his Kremling Krew. Diddy Kong returned in the next Donkey Kong Country games along with Dixie Kong and Kiddie Kong.
Diddy Kong returned again to the Nintendo 64 console, and was a playable character in the game Donkey Kong 64. In this famous game, King K. Rool once again stole the Kong's Golden Banana hoard, but this was merely a distraction to give the Kremling King and his crew time to build a massive gun that would destroy DK Isles. But to make matters worse, K. Rool kidnapped four of the Kongs, including Diddy, forcing Donkey Kong to save them first.
It wasn't until Diddy Kong Racing that Diddy had his own game. This game was very similar to the Mario Kart series. It included items, different vehicles, different tracks, and many different racers to choose from. However, it had a story mode where the evil Wizpig was attacking Timber's Island, and Diddy Kong and friends had to stop him.
Diddy Kong appeared in few games on the Nintendo Gamecube, such as Donkey Konga, but this chimp is being seen on more and more games for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii. These games include DK Jungle Climber and Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast. Diddy Kong's most recent appearance has been in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Here, he was a starter character and his Final Smash was Rocketbarrel Barrage, where he wielded both his Peanut Popgun and Rocketbarrel Boost.