A Donkey Kong clone (not a bootleg) made by Falcon.
Controls: 1 Joystick / Button(s)
224 x 256 Resolution
Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)
@ 3 Mhz
@ 1 Mhz
Crazy Climber hardware
ckong, Crazy Kong (set 1)
ckonga, Crazy Kong (set 2)
ckongalc, Crazy Kong (Alca bootleg)
ckongjeu, Crazy Kong (Jeutel bootleg)
ckongo, Crazy Kong (Orca bootleg)
ckongs, Crazy Kong (Scramble hardware)
monkeyd, Monkey Donkey
Alca, Orca, and Jeutel have all made bootlegs of this game. Also known as Congorilla, and sometimes Donkey Kong Part II. Crazy Kong (クレイジーコング, Kureijī Kongu) is an arcade game developed by Falcon, released in 1981 and similar to Nintendo's Donkey Kong. Although commonly believed to be a bootleg version, it was officially licensed for operation only in Japan when Nintendo couldn't keep up with domestic demand, and is based on different hardware. It retains all the gameplay elements of Donkey Kong, but its graphics were redrawn and re-colorized. Falcon breached their contract by exporting the cabinets overseas, leading Nintendo to revoke the license in January 1982.