Chou Genjin 2 (Super Bonk 2) is a platformer developed by RED Entertainment and published by Hudson Entertainment for the Super Famicom (SNES) platform. It is the sixth game in the Bonk series and the last to grace a Nintendo console besides Genjin Collection, a 1996 compilation of the three Game Boy games. It remained a Japanese exclusive.
Chou Genjin 2 adds even more transformations for Bonk, each of which provides a different benefit: a ballerina transformation adds a double jump to Bonk's repertoire, a thief outfit allows him to throw smiley face collectibles as shurikens and bury into the ground, and the drill head allows Bonk to dig through walls. The giant and tiny forms of Bonk 3 have gone, but Bonk still becomes more powerful and angry after eating meat, allowing him to create flaming shockwaves with his head bonks. More transformations are available in the bonus stages, including the returning ostrich form which allows for wall-jumps, a new lizard form and a tank form where Bonk demolishes entire cities. The game will also randomly transform Bonk into different forms depending on the stage.