Gon (ゴン?) is a side-scrolling action video game with platforming elements for the Super Famicom created by Bandai. The game is an adaptation of the manga series Gon by Masashi Tanaka, about the daily life of a super-deformed orange carnosaur named Gon. It was released only in Japan.
Like the manga, the video game features a very minimal plot and no dialogue, focusing instead on cartoonish, comedic situations Gon gets himself into, particularly when searching for food and interacting with other animals venturing in different ecosystems. The main character would eventually go on to play a role in Tekken 3.
Gon is side-scrolling platformer, similar to the titles in the Super Mario Bros. series. Unlike the mario games, Gon has three different attacks: Bite, tail whip, and a headbutt. While there was no actual music, the sound effects were provided by musical instruments. Gon can't actually die unlike most video games due to a lack of health bar. Instead, he grows more angry and his attacks become stronger and harder to connect.