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''GoofTroop'' is a 1993 ActionAdventure game for the SuperNES, released by {{Capcom}}, based on [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop the show of the same name]].

Goofy's JerkAss neighbor, Pete, gets kidnapped by pirates who mistake him for their boss, Keelhaul Pete. And so it's up to Goofy and Max to rescue Pete from the pirates and save the day. [[ExcusePlot That's pretty much it]] as far as story goes.

The game is considered by many to be an underrated CultClassic, managing to [[NoProblemWithLicensedGames avert the trend]] of TheProblemWithLicensedGames by being a heck of a lot of fun, especially in multiplayer.
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!!Tropes in the game include:
* AntiFrustrationFeatures: Getting a GameOver and going to the PasswordSave screen lets you continue from the start of the level you were on.
* BigBoosHaunt: The third level is a haunted castle.
* DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist: In multiplayer. If you lose all your lives, you just have to wait until the other player goes to a new screen before you can respawn with three lives. It doesn't help against bosses, but it makes getting through levels much easier.
* ExcusePlot: Pete and PJ have been kidnapped by pirates!
* FragileSpeedster: Max is faster than Goofy, but needs more than one thrown object to take out most enemies. Max's speed also decreases when he's carrying a throwable object, while Goofy's does not.
* GangplankGalleon: The last level's a pirate ship!
* GrapplingHookPistol: That doubles as a way to defeat small enemies or stun big ones, and as a way to make a rope bridge.
* IdenticalStranger: Pete and Keelhaul Pete, which is [[MistakenIdentity the reason why]] Pete got taken away in the first place.
* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Goofy and Max can only carry one item in multiplayer, or two in single player. You'll have to balance between items that help you defeat enemies (the bell), help you progress (the bridge parts), or both (the grappling hook). And you'll have to do a lot of backtracking, too.
* ItemGet: The mighty fanfare that plays whenever you pick up an item!
* MightyGlacier: Goofy is slower than Max, but can take out most enemies in one hit.
* MinecartMadness: Minecarts appear in a couple of rooms in the cave level.
* NintendoHard: If you're playing by yourself. The stages are designed to be played co-op, so playing by yourself makes the enemies seem more aggressive, and makes some late-game puzzles much harder.
* [[NotImportantToThisEpisodeCamp Not Important To This Game Camp]]: Peg and Pistol are nowhere to be seen.
* PalmtreePanic: The first level.
* {{Pirate}}: The main enemies of the game. The last level even takes place on a pirate ship.
* PowerUpFood: Eating cherries or bananas earns you hearts, and getting seven hearts gives you a OneUp. Plus, if you take damage with any hearts, you lose all your hearts, but don't lose a life.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: The cave level suddenly turns into a {{Slippy Slidey Ice World}} for a few rooms.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To the early Capcom arcade game ''PirateShipHigemaru''. It's essentially the same game with co-op play added. ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwords The Four Swords]]'' series that Capcom later co-developed with Nintendo also borrowed some elements from ''Goof Troop'' (namely co-op play and one-item inventories).
* TennisBoss: A good majority of them, since part of the game mechanic is being able to catch some objects that are thrown at you.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: In Co-op, you can throw barrels and other objects at your partner, hilariously leaving them dazed for a few seconds. Just don't do it when enemies are around. [[UnwinnableByInsanity Or with the blocks you need for puzzle solving.]] [[TooDumbToLive Or with bombs.]]
* WakeUpCallBoss: The first boss can be defeated without much strategy, but the second boss is impossible to defeat until you realize that you can catch barrels and bombs.
* WarmUpBoss: The first boss, to the point that it plays a different, more light-hearted theme from every other boss.
* WelcomeToTheCaribbeanMon: The setting of the game.
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