None of Arcades were developed on MiST.
Arcade cores are ported mostly either from FPGAArcade(MikeJ) or came from Dar (or few other sources).
every arcade core has Readme where i mention the original source.
From Crazy Kong readme:
-- Crazy Kong (Falcon) FPGA - DAR - 2014
All cores are developed in either VHDL or Verilog languages. There was NO common Arcade hardware. If you can check Wiki (i mean the common Wiki, not MiSTer's one) or Arcade specialized sites, you will see that specific arcade hardware can run only several games specifically developed for this hardware. There a big variety of arcade cabinets with big internal differences. Only few of them are recreated in FPGA. Original Donkey Kong hardware is not implemented in FPGA. Sometimes the same arcade game was written for different hardware platforms - but i didn't see Donkey Kong game in any existing FPGA implementations.
You can contact to Dar (darfpga on this forum) - may be he will be interested in Donkey Kong HW implementation.