Kriol has a collective plural suffix -mob, usually only found in noun phrases with human reference. The host noun can be a kin term, a place name, a group designation or a demonstrative. It can also be a proper noun, in which case the resulting noun has an associative plural reading ('X and others associated with him/her'). The examples also illustrate the various other uses of the suffix. It is also lexicalized in non-singular personal pronouns and in the quantifier bigmob 'many'. It is not considered an additive plural marker here, however.
With lower animates and inanimates, it is my impression that the phrases en ol 'and all' or en ebriting 'and everything' are used as an equivalent, as in Wi bin kukum ti en ebriting deya redi 'We have made tea and food, it's all ready' (Hudson 1985: 173). It is not clear whether this would make Value 3 applicable as the construction is not strictly speaking a dedicated associative plural marker, but rather a compositional phrase.
Traditional languages of the Victoria River area e.g. Jaminjung and Gurindji have a dedicated Associative plural marker used with humans, animates and inanimates.
Source: Hudson 1985: 60