Though Hudson and Konami cancelled Bonk: Brink of Extinction several weeks ago, at least some part of the WiiWare/PSN/XBLA game has been released to the public -- Rich "Disasterpeace" Vreeland (Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter) has posted the music he created for the unreleased title.

To give you an idea of what kind of game accompanied these tracks, here's a Wikipedia blurb based on IGN's impressions for Brink of Extinction a couple years ago:

"Bonk's world is threatened by a doomsday comet on a collision course with Earth. Bonk has travel to the center of the Earth to steer the planet away from the comet. He has new transformations, including Fire Bonk, Ice Bonk, Mini Bonk, Rhino Bonk, and more, all of which do what their names imply.

The transformations use up 'primordial ooze', which can be restored throughout each level in the game. There is a Scrabble-like mini-game called Scribble played in between levels."

You can stream all the released songs ("Invincible Forehead" is my favorite) in the nifty embedded player above. Make sure to check out Disasterpeace's Basecamp page to hear more of his video game and chiptune work.

[Via @brandonnn]