Banjo Kazooie Walkthrough
If you’ve ever played Banjo-Kazooie, you have to collect different items to advance in the game. These items are categorized as optional or required, and you can use them to make your way to the endgame much easier. This walkthrough will show you how to do so. You can also learn about Cheato moves and side specials in Banjo-Kazooie.
In Banjo Kazooie, a new character named Cheato makes his debut. Cheats can be found in three separate locations in Gruntilda’s Lair. When Banjo and Kazooie first meet him, he’s very angry with his mother’s abusive behavior. After threatening to destroy him, he tries to escape by stealing her eggs.
The Banjo and Kazooie can use cheat codes to increase their speed. To use the cheat codes, they have to use the CHEATO spellbook, which Gruntilda carries in her inventory. The game has a character Parade feature, where all the Jiggies come back for an encore curtain call.
Another way to change the button sequence is to drill a blue thing on the floor. Cheato’s lair contains three places where you can find the cheat codes. After seeing them, you can activate them and double your maximum stock.
The first five pages will give you the code for double feathers, the second five will increase your maximum to fifty, and the last fifteen pages will grant you Fallproof, which will prevent you from losing energy when falling. You can use these codes to open up different locations in the game.
The first two locations require the player to hold the right analog stick until the cutscene ends. When this happens, the game glitches, skip the menu and respawn the character in the starting area. This achievement unlocks all the moves and opens all collectibles, music note doors, and missions. You can also use the cheat codes to unlock some of the game’s achievements.
Banjo Kazooie’s special moves
You have come to the right place if you want to master the Banjo Kazooie special move. These two characters can perform over 20 different activities. Knowing all of them is essential to progressing through Gruntilda’s Lair.
It will help if you start by going through a Banjo Kazooie special move walkthrough to make sure you know what moves they can perform on different levels.
The basic attacks in the Banjo Kazooie game are pretty standard. The basic moves include Banjo’s claws and Kazooie’s peak. The game requires proximity to your opponent to effectively use any of these moves.
However, the flurry attacks can be very effective because they’re slow and can’t be canceled. The Kazooie’s wing swipe is a powerful downward strike. It can be used to punish enemies trying to block his attacks.
You can also use Wonder Wing to perform a full-on aerial attack. You can only use Wonder Wing five times per share, and it can be blocked or caught. Banjo and Kazooie’s up special, Shock Spring Jump, creates a springboard so that you can jump while in mid-air.
Shock Spring Jump can hit other players and use additional recoveries. Wonder Wing is the fastest of all Banjo Kazooie specials. This move allows you to charge super-fast across the stage, clearing the whole field in one move.
Wonder Wing destroys other activities in its path and forces your opponent to jump high to dodge it. While Wonder Wing is mighty, it also has minimal startup time. If you have the Wonder Wing, it’s one of the best ways to make sure you’re hitting enemies.
Banjo uses an extraordinary move, Shock Spring Jump, to launch himself upwards. His special down move, Wonder Wing, uses an egg that explodes when thrown.
The final smash, the Mighty Jinjonator, is the most powerful special move, and it KOs opponents at higher percentages. This particular move is reminiscent of the classic Donkey Kong games. It can even take out enemies on both sides of the screen.
Kazooie’s side special
Banjo-Kazooie’s side special is a charge-up attack that allows him to fire projectile eggs and damage enemies. This attack has two types, bouncing, and non-bouncing. The damage of consecutive eggs decreases with each successive use.
The Wondering is one of Kazooie’s most potent attacks, but it only lasts five uses, vulnerable to blocks and grabs. Banjo and Kazooie have a robust set of side specials. Eggs Firing, which morphs into Breegull Blaster with a buttonhole, and the Rear Egg, a forward smash, are excellent specials for KOing opponents.
Other side specials include Shock Spring Jump, which sends your opponent skywards while allowing you to recover quickly. Wonder Wing is also a powerful attack that can trump most countermoves. Both Kazooie and Banjo can use Wonder Wings, although they have a limit of five before they run out of stock.
Aside from being a powerful special attack, Banjo and Kazooie’s side special is one of the most dangerous and punishable moves. The side B charge has a range of six feet and is an effective way to deal with massive damage while staying in one place.
It can be used five times per stock, but it can be risky when it’s not used correctly. The key to mastering Kazooie and Banjo’s side special is to create situations in which they can utilize these powerful moves. It’s also essential to avoid problems where you can’t use the action.
Banjo’s Back Air is another option that uses Banjo’s beak to strike opponents. It’s fast and can also be used as an edge guard. The Up Air is also a good option, but it only works against enemies on the ground.
On the other hand, the Down Air is a mighty downward swipe that causes massive damage to enemies. Finally, the Down Air is another good move if your opponent doesn’t want to hit you.
Banjo and Kazooie’s side special move, Wondering, is a powerful combo that uses both characters’ side special moves. While the Wondering is an effective option, it only can be used five times per stock and costs five Gold Feathers. It will trip when Wondering runs out of feathers, so it is best to use it sparingly. Super Sudden Death will only give you one feather, valid for Wondering.
Getting to Gruntilda
Getting to Gruntilda is one of the main objectives in the game. The witch tries to stop Banjo and Kazooie from interfering with her evil plan with her army of monsters. She taunts the two main characters in her lair, suggesting that she is a greedy witch. Another notable aspect of Gruntilda is her habit of rhyme, which is aimed at annoyance.
While you can’t run away from the energy stars, they will follow you and can be challenging to avoid. It’s also challenging to hit Gruntilda, as she has a high HP but inconsistent hit points. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to kill Gruntilda. Listed below are some of the most effective ways to defeat Gruntilda.
The first step in getting to Gruntilda in BanJo’s adventure is to kill King Jingling. Banjo and Kazooie must defeat him to win the game. Once he kills him, the monsters will follow, and Gruntilda will appear to protect the Minions. However, the rest of the adventure will consist of collecting skulls and badges.
Getting to Gruntilda is difficult, but you can complete it with some practice. Gruntilda is the last boss in the game and will chastise the players if they don’t progress quickly enough. She’s also a powerful enemy who will attack the player’s team, so achieving her will be vital.
When you reach Gruntilda’s Lair, you can use a few techniques to get to the boss. First, you can find Jiggy by jumping on the rocks. Then, head down to the right passage to see the first area. This area contains the first unfinished painting. Place Jiggy in the image, and you’ll unlock the first level.
You are having all the items needed to defeat Gruntilda can take a very long time. It’s essential to have some things you need to beat Gruntilda in Banjo Kazooie. Once you have these items, you can make a Flight Pad for Banjo and Kazooie. There is another way to find her. This involves using a particular thing called a Bottle.