Eating a small meat while in stage two will also put Bonk into the third, invincible stage of meat power.
Bonking an enemy will typically knock it backward and slightly into the air.
though it is unknown if this means the revival of Turbo Grafx-16 on the Wii U Virtual Console (outside Japan) or the port of Bonk's Adventure on the NES.
Although the rating also points out to the releases on the Wii, Play Station 3, and PSP hinting it is the Turbo Grafx-16 version.
The player is given additional points and a caveman type congratulation based on how many smileys were collected.
The Japanese name for the original game for the PC-Engine is PC-Genjin (PC原人, in English: PC-Caveman).