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Wizpig Strikes Back

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Wizpig Strikes Back
Wizpig Strikes Back.png
Location Future Fun Land
Balloon(s) required 47 (and a complete T.T. Amulet)
Transportation Plane
Course navigation
Previous Star City
Next Thunder Cove

Wizpig Strikes Back[1][2] is the sixth and final boss course and the twenty-sixth and final overall standard course in both Diddy Kong Racing and Diddy Kong Racing DS. It is located on Future Fun Land behind the T.T. Door and is unlocked after all the Golden Balloons are collected from each world and all four pieces of the T.T. Amulet are obtained.

The course begins in an area with floating meteors and giant stone spikes, with some spaceships up above shooting laser beams down. This section leads to an area above water with electric barriers on the right hand side, and a cliff face which looks like Wizpig's head. After this is a cave system with more electrical barriers and stone spikes, that leads to a room with an electrical generator in the middle and where there are more spaceships that fire lasers at the player. After this is a tunnel that leads back to the starting line.

Unlike the first Wizpig race, item balloons do appear on this track, which makes the race slightly easier for the player. Most are red or blue, but there is a single yellow balloon just before the generator room, which is critical for the player to avoid being hit by the stray lasers covering the room.

In Diddy Kong Racing DS, some stone spikes are missing, and the spaceships at the end of the tunnel no longer shoot. Hence, the ships only shoot in one part of the course, but now they home in until they pass the player, making it hard to continue. Also, touching the electrical wires at Wizpig's throne now hurts the player.



  1. ^ Diddy Kong Racing official site. Nintendo. Retrieved February 17, 2021.
  2. ^ Leung, Jason, Pelland, Scott and Shinoda, Paul. Diddy Kong Racing Official Nintendo Player's Guide. Pg. 124