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The Goonies (グーニーズ Gūnīzu?) is a 1986 platform game based on the film of the same name produced by Konami for the Nintendo Family Computer in Japan. It was later ported to the Disk System in 1988. While the game was never officially sold in North America, arcade ports were released there for both the PlayChoice-10 and the Vs. System (coin-operated arcade machines which played NES games). A sequel was released titled The Goonies II and it was later released overseas, outside Japan.
The main theme for most of the game is a chiptune rendition of Cyndi Lauper's "The Goonies 'R' Good Enough".
The player controls Mikey. Mikey defends himself with a kick, bombs (which can harm Mikey if he gets too close), and a slingshot (found in later stages).
The game roughly follows the film, with stages resembling the restaurant, caverns and a pirate ship. The game also recreates one scene from the film where the Goonies are on a beach watching The Inferno ship sail away.
Throughout the journey, Mikey has to find three keys and one Goonie for each level. Mikey can advance to next level after finding the three keys, but in order to really "finish" the game, Mikey must also collect all the Goonies to access the game's final level (The Pirate Ship). Otherwise, the game will restart from the first level.
An army of rats patrol the stages frequently. There are two kinds of Rats — a red one and a yellow one. The red one needs one hit of kick/slingshot attempt, while the yellow one needs two. Jake Fratelli makes an appearance and attempts to attack Mikey by shooting at him. Jake Fratelli cannot be killed, even by bombs; he can only be stunned. After a while, he will get up and continue chasing the player (if still on screen). However, if he is stunned while jumping over a pit, he will fall into it.
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