|First appearance||Donkey Kong 64 (1999)|
|Residence||K. Rool's Mobile Island Fortress|
- “I believe they were given to some of the King's toughest cronies, so be careful.”
- —Snide, Donkey Kong 64
Kasplat is a blue muscular Kritter, yellow belly, yellow muzzle, red eyes and purple hair (evidenced in the cutscenes). His outfit is a black two-pocket vest, black boots with brown laces, black gloves and sunglasses.
In Donkey Kong 64, Kasplat together with Klump and chief technician is called by K. Rool in a mission to steal the Golden Bananas and kidnap the 4 Kongs to buy time to fix the Blast-O-Matic. His main function was to be in charge of being the protector of the 40 fragments of Snide's Blueprint. He attacks the Kongs with double shockwave and and punch 3 times when they are close. He can also be seen choking and punch his chest to degas. Kasplat can be defeated by any attack, but is defeated once when is hit by the shockwave or Cannonball. When is defeated, Kasplat leaving a blueprint. Kasplat immediately tries to run away from K. Rool through the corridors so as not to find out that half of the blueprint fragments are being recovered by the Kongs, but he has his punishment ordered by him releasing a red giant Klaptrap to go after him.
Donkey Kong 64
- “A Krusha will put up a fight, for it carries one of Snide's Blueprint pieces. A Blast move or a few shots from your shooter will defeat it quickly.”
- —Donkey Kong 64 Prima's official game guide, page 16
- "Pant! Must get out of here before fatso discovers that the Kongs are recovering the blueprints to his stupid machine."
- "What's that! Who's there?"
- "Nearly there - I'm almost safe."
- The character has influences to some Kremlings and influential to others.
- His sounds in the game Donkey Kong 64 is a pitched-down version of stock sound effect comes from the sound effects used in Cartoon Trax Volume 1 album.
- Donkey Kong 64 Instruction Booklet, Nintendo, 1999, p. 5 - STORY: Deep within the gloomy bowels of his latest creation, a furious King K. Rool sat on his throne, glaring down at the quaking generals of his vast Kremling army."