Banjo-Kazooie Tips

The Unfinished Worlds
Fungus Forest - A unfinished world that was planned to be released in Banjo-Kazooie. Due to insufficient time to complete the game's development, Rareware did not feature the level in the game along with Mount Fire Eyes and two other mysterious levels. They instead reused the level in Donkey Kong 64 renaming it "Fungi Forest". There is a photo of Fungus Forest in Banjo's House, on the wall. It is speculated that Fungus Forest's level entrance is the Click Clock Wood jigsaw puzzle area. This is because the area's trees are covered with moss and fungus and the jigsaw is so far away from its entrance.

Mount Fire Eyes - a unfinished world that was planned to be released in Banjo-Kazooie. Due to insufficient time to complete the game, Rare did not feature the level in the game along with Fungus Forest and two other mysterious levels. They instead reused the level as the lava side of Hailfire Peaks in Banjo-Tooie. Like Fungus Forest, there is a direct reference to this level in Banjo-Kazooie in Click Clock Wood, after stealing Gobi's water for a second time he will state that he is going to go to the 'Lava World'.

Hammerhead Beach - The beta name for Treasure Trove Cove in Banjo-Kazooie. It is commonly and widely thought to be one of the beta levels that Rare did not end up releasing. But in an early version of a Nintendo Power magazine, Nintendo was showing a photo of Treasure Trove Cove but referenced to it as Hammerhead Beach. This was why at the time people were thinking this was a level. This world is also the Credits scene when you defeated Grunty.

Unnamed Mine World - Reused as Glitter Gulch Mine in Banjo-Tooie.

Unnamed Amusement Park - Reused as Witchyworld in Banjo-Tooie.
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