What the kids say
Friday 21 April 1995
Donkey Kong revolutionised computer games. The character was the first to look like a 3D puppet rather than a flat cartoon cut-out. He can rotate 360 degrees, and interact with scenery, known as "graphical interfacing".
"It's a massive game, it's sprawling with levels and all kinds of things. It's also interactive with the scenery - it's not like the scenery is just there as background. It's also very difficult. It's very long and it's different every time. It's a humungously big game." Nikolae Segura, 14, from Glasgow
"It's got really good graphics. And it's good because it's quite hard but not too hard. The background is eye-catching but it doesn't disturb you, and the foreground is just amazing. It really sticks out." Ben Innes, 12, from Birmingham
"The graphics are the best ever - they are absolutely incredible. This is the only game that looks really realistic. The other good thing about it is there are two objectives on it: one, to complete the game, but also to find all the secret worlds." William Evans, 11, from London
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