The game features nine nonlinear worlds where the player must use Banjo and Kazooie’s wide range of abilities to gather items and progress through the story.
Click Clock Wood
Click Clock Wood is the ninth and final world accessed from Gruntilda’s Lair in Banjo-Kazooie. Click Clock Wood is a deciduous forest level world which revolves around a very large tree that is positioned in the center of the level.
There are, however, a total of 131 Jiggies in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts. In Banjo-Kazooie, the player will be left with two spare Jiggies after completing all eleven empty pictures in Grunty’s Lair.
The game features six worlds (excluding Spiral Mountain) where the player can pick up Notes, Jiggies and T.T. Trophies.
There are 25 Mumbo Tokens located in Click Clock Wood.
There are 10 Jiggies in each of the 8 game worlds, and 10 Jiggies in Isle o Hags, one for each of the completed 9 Jinjo families, and one Jiggy that King Jingaling gives you in the very beginning of the game.
|Number of Moves:||Three|
|Items:||Jigsaw Pieces Musical Notes Extra Honeycomb Pieces Honeycomb Energy Mumbo Tokens Extra Lives Blue Eggs Orange|
Nintendo owned the Banjo Kazooie IP prior to the purchase of Rare by Microsoft. Nintendo relinquished the rights back to Rare at that time.
Defeat the snowman with the top hat that is closest to the entrance warp to reveal the Witch Switch underneath. After hitting the switch, a panel above the entrance to Freezeezy Peak will open up.
If one token is collected, the other disappears. It was shown in this video that both can be collected despite this quirk. In Banjo-Kazooie, because the Pumpkin transformation is required for completion, at least 20 Mumbo Tokens must always be collected in order to proceed.
Inside the nest, there is a Jinjo on the top of the large stack of honeycombs. In the Summer, there is a pad on top that you can beak bust open and go inside. Once inside, you will face the Zubbas in a show down to the death for a Jiggy.
Pumpkin Banjo is the native transformation of Mad Monster Mansion. It has no attacks or remarkable abilities, but its small size allows it to fit into small openings which Banjo and Kazooie would not normally be able to enter, even inside Loggo the toilet.
In a small alcove on the hill above the lake. Can be obtained as the Termite or by carefully jumping down from the top of the hill. When one segment of the Juju Totem Pole is left, jump on top of it and Flap Flip to retrieve the Extra Honeycomb.
Gruntilda’s Lair appears in Spiral Mountain in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, although it cannot be entered, as its entrance is blocked by immovable rocks.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Jiggosseum (Act 4) There’s only one Jiggy available here, and that must mean Grunty’s involved. You’ll need at least 38 Jiggies beforehand to enter this Act and get your shot at earning that one back from her, as well as helping out the two Jinjos standing around.
He is a greyish-blue colored bull. He is a fairly tough enemy and cannot be killed; however, he can be stunned. The easiest way to stun him is by firing Blue Eggs at him or using the Beak Buster or the Rat-a-tat Rap ability on him twice, which will knock him out.
Juju spins around and asks to be fed “blue stones” (eggs) that Banjo and Kazooie can provide by firing an egg into each segment’s gaping mouth. Once a segment has been fed, it will vanish and the rest of the stack will drop down one and spin faster.
Appearance. Kazooie is a Red-Crested Breegull (a fictional species of bird).
June 23, 1996
Banjo-Threeie is a joke game that was referenced at the end of Banjo-Tooie. It was never planned to be released, 6 years later, the franchise made a return on Microsoft’s Xbox 360 as Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts.
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