Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

Super Nintendo

  • US 1st Sep 1993
  • EU 1st Jan 1994
  • JP 10th Dec 1993


  • Review Plok (Super Nintendo)

    The original Rayman

    A few years before Rayman hit the scene, there was another lesser known platforming hero with floating hands and feet that he could throw at enemies. Created by John and Ste Pickford, two fairly well-known British video game designers, Plok is perhaps one of, if not the best, examples of a cult classic Super Nintendo platformer...

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Plok News

  • Ninterview Ste Pickford On The Ever-Expanding World Of Plok

    "If you want to see a new Plok game, buy the comic books!"

    Created by legendary developer siblings The Pickfords, Plok is a fondly-remembered cult smash which appeared on the SNES way back in 1992. Ste and John Pickford's history in the games industry pre-dates that game by quite some margin, and the talented duo were among the first British...

  • News Cult SNES Hero Plok Stars In Another Action-Packed Comic Book

    "It feels great to get fourth Plok book out there"

    Plok is without a doubt one of the true hidden gems of the SNES library. Created by British coding siblings Ste and John Pickford, Plok originally starred in a unique platforming epic for the 16-bit console but has since gone on to become the lead character in a series of web-based comics, drawn by...

  • News Cult Classic Plok Transcends from Video Game to eBook

    Beyond the pixel'd realm

    Those who are well-versed in their SNES heritage should be aware of a sadly overlooked game from 1993 or 1994, depending where you were at the time. The name of the game in question is Plok - a platforming game where the titular character can remove and launch his limbs wherever he pleases in a style that's thankfully more...

  • News SNES Platform Hero Plok Makes A Long-Overdue Return

    Comic book series revealed - could a new game be next?

    Those of you with keen memories will no doubt recall a SNES platform title by the name of Plok. Released in 1993 and created by Ste and John Pickford — The Pickford Brothers, to you and me — the title was something of a cult classic and fans have been asking for a new entry for years. It...

About The Game

Hey, you! Over here! It's me, Plok! Waddya mean, you don't know who I am?

Here on the island of Akrillic, in the magical archipelago of Poly-Esta, my flags are all over the place. Here, they call me Top Banana, Head Honcho, Numero One, Big Cheese - you know, King!

At least, some of them call me that. Would you believe there are still a few stubborn holdouts who refuse to recognize my supreme authority? But now they've gone too far - they've stolen my favourite flag!

I know what you're thinking: who would do such a despicable thing? I'll tell you who - the nastiest, foulest, most loathsome critters in all of Poly-Esta: Fleas! And I'll bet that rotten Flea Queen is behind it all! In fact, she's probably teamed up with the Shprouts, Rockyfella, Womack Spider, and every other troublemaker around here.

Well, they're really in for it now. Besides my amazing, stupendous ability to fire my arms and legs at will, I've got my nifty jetpack, off-road truck, 'copter, and secret super-vehicle. By golly, we'll show 'em who's boss!

So c'mon, already - let's go get 'em!