SNES Longplay [384] Bonkers


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Longplay of game Bonkers, for SNES, a plataform game based on a an animated American television series and a spinoff of the earlier series Raw Toonage and inspired on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

The plot begins when Bonkers and his partner Lucky are hearing the news on the radio and receive the news that several relics of various Disney characters were stolen, along the way the car they are just suffering an accident and ends up with Lucky in a hospital, causing the Bonkers assume the case. Simple non linear platform game, where the character uses bombs, can jump on enemies and use your dash. It is a game faithful to the design, it’s a shame it does not have multiplayer mode and is so short. 100% run with all heart containers collected in this video!

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42 thoughts on “SNES Longplay [384] Bonkers

  1. 4:00
    Insert obligatory “THIS IS NOT LEVEL 1 MUSIC” joke here because memes
    (Also, why do BALLOONS make Bonkers go all Super Sonic?)

  2. Bonkers (Capcom video game) Bonkers is a video game based on the Disney animated TV series of the same name. The game was developed by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994. Three of Toontown's most precious treasures, the Sorcerer's Hat (from Fantasia), the Mermaid's Voice (The Little Mermaid), and the Magic Lamp (Aladdin), are stolen. After a car accident Lucky Piquel is hospitalized and as such, Bonkers D. Bobcat has to resolve this case alone. After traveling trough places like Wackytoon Studios and the city of Hollywood and facing old enemies like the Collector and Pops Ckock, Bonkers manages to recover all the treasures thus concluding the game. This is the only Bonkers video game to not be released in Europe, as well as the only one to be released in Japan. The Japanese version features a password system absent in the American version. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck appear as a secret in the Wackytoon Studios Stage, and during the end credits.

  3. As much as i wish it was true, not everyone has to go to this comment section to be like "HA HA HA LE EPIC LEVEL ONE MUSIC SO FUNNY XDDDDD"

  4. Whenever I visited my uncle he had an SNES and two games. Super Mario World, and Bonkers. And I used to play the shit out of this game so much I absolutely loved it!

  5. I need to get this game soon, it isn't getting any cheaper, and it's basically the last Capcom/Disney SNES game I need left.

  6. Never played it OR the Genesis Game, but I can see why this would be ported to a Volume 2 Edition of the Disney Afternoon Collection alongside Goof Troop, and for some reason, Maui Mallard in Cold Shadow (That reason is Donald's Quack Pack!) Of course, they COULD make the second Volume a Collaboration between SEGA and Capcom, to add in the Genesis AND SNES Versions of Aladdin, Genesis TaleSpin, maybe Gargoyles for the Genesis, as well.

  7. At least this game was better than the original, crappy cartoon for which it was based.

    But for a game of a similar style and gameplay, I feel SNES's Animaniacs (or even Tiny Toons) were a significant amount of miles ahead of their counterpart of Bonkers.

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