Goof Troop (SNES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete


A playthrough of Capcom’s 1993 cartoon based action-puzzle game for the Super Nintendo, Goof Troop.

Played through as Goofy in single-player mode.

Oh man, I have such good memories of renting this one from the local Hollywood Video and playing it to death with my sister in its fantastic co-op mode. The game is a lot of fun playing single player, but a buddy to join with the puzzle-solving fun totally elevates this cart above the average SNES game. That, and it’s got some really charming presentation elements. If you are human and love old-skool Capcom, do yourself a favor and give this one a try.

I remember this one getting a fairly good rating in Nintendo Power, and the screenshots totally sold me. After renting it God knows how many times our parents finally bought it for us, and we were well addicted to it for too many months to count. Long enough that we could both play it (I was 11 and she was 7) from beginning to end without any continues 😀 Now that I’m thinking about it, though, I don’t seem to remember any other coverage from the magazines (besides maybe a tiny capsule review in one of those review roundups that Game Players used to do, around 1994 or 95?) – does anyone remember this game getting any kind of press outside of those two magazines?

No cheats were used during the recording of this video.

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  1. even though I enjoyed this game as a kid back in the 90s, it was very disappointing to me that this game did not capture any feel of the show in any way.

  2. Thank God I never played this game when I was a kid, because I would literally say out loud, "Where's the opening theme?" "How come Max isn't calling PJ 'Peech'?" (In case you can't tell, I was a HUGE fan of Goof Troop growing up.)

  3. Goof Troop! The boopinest game ever! Back in the NES/SNES eras, seemed like Capcom + Disney was such a perfect recipe; they made such timeless classics. I miss that team-up, but I bet it wouldn't be quite the same today. Thanks for the upload!

  4. A great Capcom action-puzzler based on the awesome 90s cartoon, and one that's made even better with a second player co-oping it.


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