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The '''''Bonk''''' series is a collection of video games and manga developed primarily by [[Red Company]] and [[Atlus]] and published by [[Hudson Soft]]. The series is based on the hero Bonk, a young cave man who uses his hard round head to bash his enemies. There is also a futuristic hero named Zonk. The original Japanese name is "PC-Genjin" which is a play on words as the game was first developed on the PC-Engine and Genjin is the Japanese word for cave men. In Europe, the games were titled, "B.C. Kid."
 
The '''''Bonk''''' series is a collection of video games and manga developed primarily by [[Red Company]] and [[Atlus]] and published by [[Hudson Soft]]. The series is based on the hero Bonk, a young cave man who uses his hard round head to bash his enemies. There is also a futuristic hero named Zonk. The original Japanese name is "PC-Genjin" which is a play on words as the game was first developed on the PC-Engine and Genjin is the Japanese word for cave men. In Europe, the games were titled, "B.C. Kid."
  

Revision as of 21:59, 21 June 2020

The Bonk series is a collection of video games and manga developed primarily by Red Company and Atlus and published by Hudson Soft. The series is based on the hero Bonk, a young cave man who uses his hard round head to bash his enemies. There is also a futuristic hero named Zonk. The original Japanese name is "PC-Genjin" which is a play on words as the game was first developed on the PC-Engine and Genjin is the Japanese word for cave men. In Europe, the games were titled, "B.C. Kid."

The franchise is now belongs to Konami after they acquired Hudson Soft in 2012.

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