History VideoGame / Bonk

7th Jul '16 1:52:56 PM Willbyr
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* CaptainErsatz: Bonk resembles Krillin from the ''DragonBall'' series, especially in the 2003 remake. The mobile phone game and the cancelled ''Brink of Extinction'' redesigned Bonk, primarily his eyes, to lessen the similarities.

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* CaptainErsatz: Bonk resembles Krillin from the ''DragonBall'' ''Franchise/DragonBall'' series, especially in the 2003 remake. The mobile phone game and the cancelled ''Brink of Extinction'' redesigned Bonk, primarily his eyes, to lessen the similarities.
30th May '16 1:55:00 PM Saurubiker
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'''Bonk''', known as '''PC-Genjin''' in Japan and '''BC Kid''' in Europe, started life as a comic series in a magazine promoting HudsonSoft's PCEngine (alias TurboGrafx16). Many people liked the comic so much, Hudson decided to make a game based off it and even made Bonk the mascot for the system. The games follow the story of a [[SuperDeformed big headed]] caveman named Bonk as he protects his land from the evil King Drool.

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'''Bonk''', known as '''PC-Genjin''' in Japan and '''BC Kid''' in Europe, started life as a comic series in a magazine promoting HudsonSoft's PCEngine (alias TurboGrafx16).(or the TurboGrafx16, as it was sold in North America). Many people liked the comic so much, Hudson decided to make a game based off it and even made Bonk the mascot for the system. The games follow the story of a [[SuperDeformed big headed]] caveman named Bonk as he protects his land from the evil King Drool.



The next major title of the series came on the SuperNintendo. Called ''Super Bonk'' (''Chō Genjin'' in Japan, ''Super BC Kid'' in Europe), it followed Bonk's attempt to return to the past after King Drool sent him to the future.

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The next major title of the series came on the SuperNintendo. Called SuperNES. Titled ''Super Bonk'' (''Chō Genjin'' in Japan, ''Super BC Kid'' in Europe), it followed Bonk's attempt to return to the past after King Drool sent him to the future.
28th May '16 9:57:56 AM nombretomado
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* UpdatedRerelease: A remake of the first game was released for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] and PlayStation 2 in 2003. In addition to an ArtShift, the levels are overall shorter, the bosses are completely different, [[GottaCatchThemAll and the fruit have been made collectables, in addition to the new golden wheels.]]

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* UpdatedRerelease: A remake of the first game was released for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] and PlayStation 2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 in 2003. In addition to an ArtShift, the levels are overall shorter, the bosses are completely different, [[GottaCatchThemAll and the fruit have been made collectables, in addition to the new golden wheels.]]
25th May '16 9:30:51 AM Superjustinbros
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** However, ''Super Bonk'' has both forms of Womb Levels, the second half of Round 2 is inside a giant T-Rex. Appropriately, it is larger than Bonk.

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** However, ''Super Bonk'' has both forms of Womb Levels, the second half of Round 2 is inside a giant T-Rex. Appropriately, it is larger than Bonk.
10th May '16 11:43:48 PM dieseldragons
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* BattleInTheCentreOfTheMind: In ''Super Bonk'' not only do you enter the brain of a massive dinosaur, dealing with threats and maze obstacles as they come, but you also have to fight his inner demons too.


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* SwallowedWhole: Recurring in the series, Bonk always ends up inside an enormous dinosaur at some point.
19th Apr '16 5:40:56 AM rjd1922
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This has nothing to do with the "catchphrase" of the Scout from ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''.

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This has nothing to do with the "catchphrase" of the Scout Scout's {{catchphrase}} from ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''.
2nd Feb '16 3:10:56 PM MarkLungo
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* CoOpMultiplayer: ''Bonk 3'' and the arcade game had another player play as a PaletteSwap of Bonk.

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* CoOpMultiplayer: ''Bonk 3'' and the arcade game UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame had another player play as a PaletteSwap of Bonk.



* ReformulatedGame: The GameBoy and {{Arcade}} versions of Bonk's Adventure are not ports of the original game, but are in fact completely different games with unique levels and bosses.

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* ReformulatedGame: The GameBoy UsefulNotes/GameBoy and {{Arcade}} UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame versions of Bonk's Adventure are not ports of the original game, but are in fact completely different games with unique levels and bosses.
12th Jan '16 8:59:24 PM TheNerfGuy
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* PurposefullyOverpowered: After eating two pieces of meat or one huge chunk, Bonk gains brief invincibility, can do twice as much damage, and headbutting the ground damages all enemies on screen, including bosses! Would be a GameBreaker if the power-up wasn't timed, lasting only 30 seconds at best. It also gets downgraded or is lost entirely if Bonk takes damage.

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* PurposefullyOverpowered: PurposelyOverpowered: After eating two pieces of meat or one huge chunk, Bonk gains brief invincibility, can do twice as much damage, and headbutting the ground damages all enemies on screen, including bosses! Would be a GameBreaker if the power-up wasn't timed, lasting only 30 seconds at best. It also gets downgraded or is lost entirely if Bonk takes damage.
2nd Oct '15 8:18:47 PM mlsmithca
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* LetsPlay: Done by NakaTeleeli, who played all the major Bonk games, including ''Super Bonk 2'', the 2003 Japanese remake of the first game, and even one of the Game Boy titles.
19th Sep '15 4:52:55 PM nombretomado
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* UpdatedRerelease: A remake of the first game was released for the GameCube and PlayStation 2 in 2003. In addition to an ArtShift, the levels are overall shorter, the bosses are completely different, [[GottaCatchThemAll and the fruit have been made collectables, in addition to the new golden wheels.]]

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* UpdatedRerelease: A remake of the first game was released for the GameCube [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] and PlayStation 2 in 2003. In addition to an ArtShift, the levels are overall shorter, the bosses are completely different, [[GottaCatchThemAll and the fruit have been made collectables, in addition to the new golden wheels.]]
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