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Official Site: Hudson Soft
Bonk is a video game character from NEC's TurboGrafx-16 console. Known in Japan as "PC-Genjin" (ＰＣ原人, PC-Caveman, a pun on "PC Engine") and as "BC Kid" in PAL territories, Bonk was a mascot for NEC's console, though some Bonk games eventually saw releases on other consoles as well. A large-headed, bald caveman, his favored form of attack is the headbutt. The "PC" part of his Japanese name stands for "Pithecanthropus Computer", a fictitious species name for Bonk.
As stated on Hudson Soft's website, in their "The Definitive Bonk" article, Bonk was originally created as a comic character, PC Caveman(Genjin), in a magazine for the PC Engine. So many people liked the character that there were talks held on giving him a game of his own. In addition to this, many people even mistook him for an upcoming game character even before his game was in development, because the magazine frequently featured comics of upcoming games. Some reputable sources confirm that this character was based on an individual named Tasos; specifically due to the large nature of his head in comparison to the rest of his body.
Bonk's Adventure was the first game starring Bonk and was released for the TurboGrafx-16 and a variation of the original on the NES. Another variation of Bonk's Adventure was released for the Amiga and was called BC Kid. A complete new game, with 2 player co-op, was released for the arcades, while another new game going under the same name was released for the Game Boy. A remake of the original was released in Japan on the PlayStation 2 and the Nintendo GameCube.
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