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[Fastest Completion]PCE Bonk's Adventure (USA) in 24:03.63 by Jerfo.
Mednafen/PCEjin movie (.mc2) (date: 2010-10-04)
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Rating: 6.9 (15.5 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Platform
Award - PCE TAS of 2010

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Bonk, a young caveman with a big noggin, intended to become the TurboGrafx-16's flagship character, starred in three games, Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, and Bonk III.

Since the system was generally considered a commercial failure, the first two games were ported to other systems like the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Game Boy, and two original games in the series were even made on the Super Nintendo.

In his debut, Bonk's Adventure, you play as him on his quest to rescue Princess Za, a small pink and cute little reptile, from the evil King Drool, a huge and ugly tyronnosaurus.

Jerfo completes this quest in only 24 minutes, by making Bonk fly over most stages while he spins himself in the air, bouncing himself on enemies. Make sure you're ready to hear that spinning sound over and over again!

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