Bonzi Buddy
Intro "Well! Hello there! I don't believe we've been properly introduced. I'm Bonzi! What is your name?"

"Nice to meet you, Expand Dong! Since this is the first time we have met, I'd like to tell you a little about myself. I am your friend and BonziBUDDY! I have the ability to learn from you. The more we browse, search, and travel the internet together, the smarter I'll become!"
"Not that I'm not already smart!"
"Because the internet can feel like a jungle at times, I can help you find what you are looking for, and even make suggestions as to where we should go to find it!"
"The more time we spend together, the closer we'll become!"
"Think of me as your purple gorilla friend and traveling tour guide on the internet!"

Type {{{type}}}
Signs of nearing Bonzi's Speakonia voice
Origin BONZI Software
Map(s) Special boss
Theme song {{{theme song}}}
Partners {{{partners}}}
Stunnable? {{{stunnable?}}}

BonziBUDDY, sometimes spelled Bonzi Buddy, BonziBuddy, or BONZIBuddy, (misspelled Bonzai Buddy) is a boss in Slender Fortress.


Bonzi was an on-screen "intelligent software agent" from BONZI Software, released in 1999 and discontinued in 2004. The official website stated it would help a person explore the Internet through various functions along with their own sidekick. It first surfaced as a green talking parrot, before taking the form of an animated purple gorilla that resided on a user's desktop and communicated through the employment of Microsoft Agent technology.

The Software became popular in late 2013 due to a livestream released by Joel, a member of the popular gaming group Vinesauce, who made a stream involving releasing Bonzi into a Windows XP Virtual Machine to cause chaos amongst a host of other viruses and adware. However, Bonzi tended to do little except occasionally provide stale jokes and greet Joel. This is because BonziBuddy's website has been inactive for several years, and their connections to the adware providers have been lost, meaning that for the most part, BonziBuddy is now benign.

BonziBuddy received wide recognition as malware, predominantly as a piece of adware, though claims of spyware capabilities have been made against it.

In Slender FortressEdit