In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Klaptraps appear in Donkey Kong's stages, Kongo Jungle and Jungle Japes. La marca registrada de los Klaptraps son las rayas amarillas en la parte posterior (excepto en Donkey Kong 64). Klaptraps are enemies from the Donkey Kong universe that appear in the stages Kongo Jungle and Jungle Japes in Super Smash Bros. Melee and by extension Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In the Game Boy Color version, these Klaptraps are changed to brown, and in the Game Boy Advance version, they are changed to red. If they are hit, they make the same sound they did when they were defeated in Donkey Kong Country. Diddy manages to lodge a barrel in the Klap Trap's jaws while it was charging towards him, allowing Diddy time to escape the store room with the water pump. La marca registrada de los Klaptraps son las rayas amarillas en la parte posterior (excepto en Donkey Kong 64). As such, frontal attacks do not work on Klaptraps, as they will just damage Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong if they attempt to beat them that way. In Diddy Kong Pilot's 2003 build, Klap Trap is a playable character and a member of Team Kremling. The common Klaptraps' trademark is the yellow stripes on the back (except Donkey Kong 64). In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Klaptraps appear in Donkey Kong's stages, Kongo Jungle and Jungle Japes. In Super Smash Bros. Klaptraps reappear as enemies in Donkey Kong 64, where they are green rather than light blue. The Klaptraps are quadrupeds, have huge mouths with sharp teeths and four legs. Species Origin Kremling Alignment Bad Affiliation(s) Kremling Krew King K. Rool Klaptraps are small, quadrupedal Kremlings that appear commonly throughout the Donkey Kong series of games. The Kongs destroy the factory shortly after. Los Klaptraps son cuadrúpedos, bocas enormes con dientes afilados y vienen con una variedad de colores en su piel como: azul, púrpura, verde y rojo. Diddy Kong immediately tries to attack the Klap Trap, however it quickly evades all of his attacks, causing Diddy to crash into a storage shelf. Klap Trap lunges at the group, but Diddy Kong defeats him by doing a cartwheel. Klampons and Krimps from Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Donkey Kong Wiki es una comunidad FANDOM en Juegos. Klaptrap is a quadruped Kremling species that serves as the main pets of the Kremling Krew. If the Kongs use an Orange or their musical instrument move to defeat a Klaptrap, its teeth do not chase after it. In the Donkey Kong Country animated series Klaptraps are, instead of soldiers, ammunition for a weapon called a Klap-Blaster. Klaptraps resemble real world crocodiles more closely than most Kremlings, as they are quadrupedal and have large pair of jaws, hence their name. Given their short size, the Kongs can easily avoid Klaptraps by jumping over them. Klaptraps can also fall into, occupy, and use the Barrel Cannon in Kongo Jungle. Los Klaptraps tienen una boca llena de dientes afilados y es con estos dientes que son bastante invencibles a los ataques frontales de los Kongs. Ultimate, Klaptraps in brown replacing orange and light blue appear in both Melee's Kongo Jungle (now renamed Kongo Falls) and Jungle Japes respectively, both of which return from Super Smash Bros. Melee. A notable difference with Klaptraps is that they repeatedly chomp while moving around. Their name comes from "claptrap," a word meaning "nonsense," playing off the enemy's snapping bear trap-like jaws. Klaptraps are one of the three Kremling enemies who reappear in the handheld title, Donkey Kong Land, the other two being Krushas and Kritters. Instead, when it sees the active Kong, it growls in a dog-like manner and chomps at them. The game also features purple Klaptraps that are immune to every direct attack method that the Kongs have. Esta subespecie es físicamente inferior a la especie Kremling, como se muestra en varios juegos en los que son entrenados por los Kritters que son la subespecie dominante.