Air Zonk is a video game, a side-scrolling shooter released for the TurboGrafx 16 console in Air Zonk was an attempt to update the company's image via a modern, punkish character called Zonk, who bears a purposeful resemblance to the TurboGrafx's caveman mascot, Bonk. The game was developed by Red. Super Air Zonk: Rockabilly-Paradise, released in Japan as PC Genjin Series: CD Denjin: Rockabilly Tengoku (Japanese: PC原人シリーズ CD電人 ～ロカビリー天国 ～), is a horizontal scrolling shooter developed by Dual and published by Hudson Soft. It was released for the TurboGrafx-CD/TurboDuo in , and was. 8 Jul Air Zonk is a horizontally scrolling shoot-em-up with the cuteness factor cranked up to 10 in much the same way as Konami's Parodius. Hudson essentially took the Bonk character and renamed him Zonk for this one which makes the game even stranger. Perhaps they felt it wasn't appropriate for a caveman.
Gallery PC-Engine Boxart TurboGrafx 16 Boxart Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this. 17 Jul By Lucas M. Thomas The review of this product is based on a re-released version of the game. Because of this change of medium and the passage of time, it is possible that there are slight factual differences between the original retail product and the version reviewed. The following review should be used. Air Zonk (PC Denjin in Japan) is a spin-off of Bonk, set in the distant future with Zonk, Bonk's sunglasses-wearing cyborg descendant. The series is a Cute .
Air Zonk is a futuristic reimagining of the Bonk universe. Bonk - or, technically, his descendent Zonk - has been morphed into a flying cyborg. This new hero looks mostly the same, except for a rad pair of sunglasses and a lightning bolt on his head. His Japanese name is "PC Denjin", where the "PC" here stands for "Punkic .