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Publisher(s) J. Morrison (Micros) Ltd
Platform(s) Commodore 64, Dragon 32
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Genre(s) Platform[1]

Bonka is a computer game for the Dragon 32 and Commodore 64 that was released in 1983.


Bonka is a very simple platform game (a clone of the arcade game Space Panic) utilising the same hole-digging principle as Lode Runner. The game takes place on several floors connected by ladders. Monsters appear on all floors. The player character is able to dig a hole in any floor. A monster falling down the hole becomes trapped for a short time. If the player then hammers at the monster while it is trapped, the monster is killed.