Bonk (series)

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Bonk logo.webp
The series' English logo
Original Name PC Genjin (PC原人)
Official Translation Name Bonk
B.C. Kid
Translation Name
Developed by Red Company
Published by Hudson Soft
First game Bonk's Adventure
December 15, 1989
Latest game Bonk's Return
November 1, 2006

The Bonk series, known in Japan as PC Genjin (Japanese: PC原人) was a Japanese platformer video game series originally developed by Red Company, and published by Hudson Soft.


The series is set in the prehistoric times, and stars a small caveman named Bonk. Bonk has no weapons, but he makes up for it using his large head, which he uses to hit enemies.


Title Console Release Date
PC Genjin / FC Genjin / GB Genjin
PC原人 / FC原人 / GB原人
Bonk's Adventure
Nintendo Entertainment System
Game Boy
December 15, 1989
PC Genjin 2
Bonk's Revenge
TurboGrafx-16 July 19, 1991
PC Genjin 3
Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure
TurboGrafx-16 April 2, 1993
GB Genjin Land: Viva! Chikkun Oukoku
GB原人ランド ビバ!ちっくん王国
Game Boy April 22, 1994
Super Genjin
Super Bonk
Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 22, 1994
Super Genjin 2
Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 28, 1995
Bonk's Return Mobile November 2006

About Bonk


The main character, Bonk, is a cave boy who uses his big head to hit enemies. He can climb to high places using his teeth, and if he eats meat, his energy levels rise, and he can become invincible for a short period of time. He was one of the three mascots of Hudson Soft, along with Bomberman and Master Higgins.

The Genjin (原人) in his Japanese name means "primitive man". It is also a pun on the video game console where he originated in, the PC Engine.

He has a descendant in the future called Zonk, who is the main character of the spin-off series, Air Zonk.