Kong Kollege in the SNES version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
|Greater location||Crocodile Isle|
|Inhabitants|| Wrinkly Kong, |
Kremlings (stated, but not seen)
|Games|| Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest|
Donkey Kong Land 2
In Kong Kollege, Diddy and Dixie Kong can save their progress and get hints about the world's boss, Animal Buddies, or enemies that are seen in the world. When this area is first accessed, saving will be free, but from then on, saving will cost two Banana Coins (one in the Japanese version).
In the Game Boy Advance remake, saving is not an option in Kong Kollege, as the player can rather do so on the menu. It is also where she gives the Kongs "homework" by giving them a scrapbook to collect enemy snapshots in the Game Boy Advance version. Every completed page yields one DK Coin.
As with the other Kong-operated areas, the background will not change when used in different areas- it will always be the bright, sunny background in every single area. In the Game Boy Advance version, however, the theme of the outdoors match where the world is at.
In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble, Wrinkly has given up her job as a teacher and is at her Save Cave with no tips available, but still saves the game. In the Game Boy Advance remake, she is a caretaker who has her own Retreat, and cares for banana birds Dixie and Kiddy collect throughout the game.
There are a multiple amount of Easter eggs in Kong Kollege. They are as listed:
- A drawing with a stick figure jumping over a car.
- A clock on the top right appearing to say 4:05.
- A chalkboard with incorrect answers to problems including 8 x 1 = 9, 4 + 2 = 5 and 9 divided by 6 = 3, proving the Kremlings unintelligent.
- A fire extinguisher near the exterior.
- A silver trophy.
- Two globes not resembling the real world. Possibly the fictional world in Donkey Kong.
- A red and blue airplane hung up on the ceiling.
- A Steel Keg appearing to be used as a recycling/trash bin.
- An open blue book.
- A poster showing the capital and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
- Test tubes on a shelf.
- A red crayon.
- A paper airplane lying on the floor.
- Three black books stacked atop each other.