|The Flying Krock|
The Flying Krock's background in the PAL version of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.
|Inhabitants||Kaptain K. Rool|
|First game||Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (1995)|
The Flying Krock is the seventh and final world appearing in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest. It is also the sixth world in Donkey Kong Land 2. The world itself is where Donkey is held captive by K. Rool.
This world comes directly after K. Rool's Keep in both games. It comes after Stronghold Showdown, an area where a cutscene of Donkey is seen being taken up to The Flying Krock (In the Game Boy Advance version, it is a boss battle with Kerozene).
As with levels, there is only a single level called Screech's Sprint where Diddy and Dixie must transform into Squawks and race Screech, Kaptain K. Rool's parrot whom is his pet. Funky and Wrinkly also are in Funky's Flights II and Kong Kollege respectively as allies to Diddy and Dixie before the final battle.
There are quite a lot of background elements in the area in Donkey Kong Country 2. Surprisingly, most haven't been removed in the Game Boy Advance version, unlike most other areas including the Monkey Museum. Some background elements have even been added in the foreground of the area. The elements are:
- A treasure chest filled with bananas.
- Bananas lying around (including four giant ones from the original Donkey Kong Country.)
- A crate appearing to have a rooster's emblem on it.
- A broken door (PAL version of the SNES version only).
- Super Nintendo Entertainment System (lavender and purple colours in North America, Red, Blue, Green and Yellow elsewhere.) (Removed in the Game Boy Advance version.)
- Pirate skull and crossbones (Except with a Kremling's skull.)
- Fluffy dice near the window.
- Peanuts lying around
- Oil Drums
- A tire
- A black floating tube later being used as a hovercraft in Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!.