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|First appearance||DK: King of Swing (2005)|
|Levels||5 (4 regular, 1 boss)|
|Previous world(s)||Aqua World|
|Next world(s)||K. Kruizer III|
The Ice World is the fourth world and penultimate world of DK: King of Swing. It is accessed after Aqua World and is followed by K. Kruizer III. As its name would suggest, Ice World features several areas covered in snow and ice.
It has been suggested that Ice World is the same location as Gorilla Glacier from Donkey Kong Country and later on Volcano from Donkey Kong Country Returns.
The west side of Ice World has a large ravine and an icy forest. Donkey Kong will explore these areas in Raging Ravine and Cold Cold Forest, respectively. In the northern part of the world, there is a large frozen castle which is so high up it features an aurora light display in the sky, and is referred to as the Ice Castle. In front of the castle is a large body of water which houses the ruins of what appears to be another castle, and is fittingly labeled Underwater Ruins. The southeast corner is where the area boss resides, being Sassy Squatch, with its own lair.
|Cold Cold Forest||The level consists of three parts where several Neckies are flying over, rotatable barrels for DK to reach the pegs and tires & barrels getting in the way.
|Raging Ravine||The level has three parts where tires & spike balls move around to get in the way of DK and peg selections moving close to walls. This level is the first to feature the bombs that DK can pick up and throw at the ice blocks & question barrels to destroy them.
|Underwater Ruins||Here it contains 3 parts where DK must attack the Shuris & Lockjaws and pull several levers to open paths.
|Ice Castle||Here it contains 3 parts where there are several ice pegs that slip when DK touch with a hand.
|Boss level: Sassy Squatch's Lair||In this battle, Donkey Kong must defeat Sassy Squatch by throwing bombs on his mouth, earning him the gold medal.||None|
Names in other languages
|French||Monde de glace||-|
- ^ KynanPearson (August 12, 2021). Tweet by Kynan Pearson (archived). Twitter. Retrieved January 30, 2022.