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Description

The fourth game in the regular "Bonk" caveman series, Bonk is back on his first Super Nintendo outing.

In this side-scrolling platformer adventure, the gameplay is similar to Bonk 3. Super Bonk allows Bonk to travel through time from his prehistoric levels, the insides of a dinosaur, a version of modern Chinatown, and even the moon! Along the way, Bonk can find power-ups that can change his form to creatures such as a shooting Bonk crab, a dinosaur form called "Big Kronk", find candies that change his size from tiny to huge, travel through transportation tubes, and find multiple bonus levels.

Bonk still uses his head to smash his enemies, propeller seeds that allow Bonk to fly, and for the first time, can carry spring flowers on his head in his continuing battle against his arch nemesis, King Drool!

Screenshots

Super Bonk SNES Pick up a flower bouquet and enter a mini game.
Super Bonk SNES Something on head
Super Bonk SNES In this mini game you will have to jump on the pump repeatedly.
Super Bonk SNES Crazy!

Alternate Titles

  • "超原人" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Super B.C. Kid" -- European title
  • "Chou Genjin" -- Romanization of Japanese Title

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User Reviews

The best in the Bonk series, and the most surreal platformer Iv'e ever played. SNES JohnLennon224 (16)

Critic Reviews

1UP! SNES Nov 05, 2004 92 out of 100 92
HonestGamers SNES Jan 13, 2004 9 out of 10 90
Total! (Germany) SNES Apr, 1995 2 out of 6 80
All Game Guide SNES 1998 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Consoles Plus SNES Sep, 1994 75 out of 100 75
Video Games SNES Mar, 1995 72 out of 100 72
Mega Fun SNES Jan, 1995 70 out of 100 70
GamePro (US) SNES Feb, 1995 3.5 out of 5 70
IGN Wii Apr 28, 2011 5.5 out of 10 55
The Video Game Critic SNES Jul 23, 2011 D 25

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