Goofy's Fun House is a video game released for the PlayStation in 2001.
Goofy must make his way through 20 different environments each a part of the gigantic funhouse that comprises the game. Goofy's funhouse is packed with puzzles and challenges for younger gamers to crack wide open. Once Goofy makes it through a few levels, he will begin to unlock other Disney characters that will help him through subsequent stages of play. There's mini-games that range from golf and fishing to skiing and diving (based on How to play...) .
After Goofy completes each mini-game, the player can unlock Goofy cartoons like: How to Play Golf.
- If you play the cartoon The Big Wash (1948) after completing the game, it will keep repeating the scene when Dolores looks in Goofy's hat to see if there's any peanuts.
- This game is full of little nods and visual references to A Goofy Movie:
- Most obviously, Goofy's car is the same one that he had in the movie, identical in make, model, and color scheme.
- On the walls in Max's bedroom can be found several posters of Powerline, and even the very same bodybuilder poster—hung on the same side of the bed, to boot—as seen in the movie's depiction of Max's bedroom. Likewise, the bedspread of Max's bed sports a similar white and red checkered design to the one seen on Max's bed in the movie.
- The front exterior of Goofy's house in this game is, surprisingly, a hodgepodge design of both his and Max's house from the movie and Roxanne's house! The house itself bears a striking resemblance to Roxanne's, but also has the Goofs' garage in place of the smaller side section of Roxanne's house seen the movie. Also, the front yard itself is basically lifted wholesale from the movie version of the Goofs' front yard, albeit with the mailbox moved from next to the driveway to next to the stone walkway that connects the front porch to the front gate, and with the addition of a doghouse (for Bowser) set next to the garage.
- Two portraits of Max can be found inside the house, a small one hanging on the wall over the stairs on the first floor, and another of him with his dad hanging over Goofy's bed in his bedroom on the second floor. Both portraits are actually preexisting pieces of promotional artwork from Goof Troop.
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