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Bonk's Revenge Hu Card (Game Cartridge)

(NEC - 1991)

TurboGrafx Bonk's Revenge Game Cartridge
Once again our hero must take on the evil of King Drool and recover 1/2 of the moon that was stolen by the diabolical meany. This new adventure takes Bonk through various levels and environments from trains to jungles and even to space. Bonk is the only Cro-Magnon with the iron forehead that can foil Drool's evil plans.
Gameplay in this sequel is similar to the original so it has that "familiar" feel. In addition to his normal attacks extra abilities have been bestowed upon our caveman protagonist. Holding down the jump button in mid air causes him to spin and hover for longer than normal, allowing him to leap greater distances. When Bonk arrives at a seemingly insurmountable obstacle that is too high to jump, he can bite in with his teeth and scale some surfaces using his jaws of granite.
Fun is fun... what more can I possibly say. If you enjoyed "Bonk's Adventure" you will love Bonk's Revenge as well.
I would say that the game play for this cartridge rates 8-10, controls 7-10, and overall 8-10. If you are a platform gamer at heart, you just can't go wrong with this one.

Specifications for the TG-16 Bonk's Revenge Game Cartridge

Basic specifications for the NEC TG16 Bonk's Revenge game cartridge are listed below.
Model:
TGX040058
Release date:
1991
Original Price:
US $29.99
Dimensions:
3-3/8"L (86mm) x 2-1/8"W (54mm) x 1/16"D (2mm)
Power Supply:
Powered by the Turbo Grafx 16 cartridge port.
Box Contents:
(1) Bonk's Revenge game Cartridge
(1) Bonk's Revenge Instruction Manual

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