Goody (video game)

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MS-DOS screenshot
Developer(s) Gonzalo "Gonzo" Suárez
Publisher(s) Opera Soft
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC, MS-DOS, ZX Spectrum, MSX
Release 1988
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player

Goody is a platform game developed by Gonzalo "Gonzo" Suárez and released in 1987 by the Spanish company Opera Soft. The game was released for Amstrad CPC, MS-DOS, MSX and ZX Spectrum platforms.


As an experienced thief John Nelson Brainner Stravinsky, known as Goody, has a mission to break into the Bank of Spain. Equipped with a ladder Goody explores catacombs and city buildings. Along the way he may collect treasure needed to purchase tools such as dynamite or a drill and to find out the access code to the main vault. There are many objects and enemies, such as remote-control combat helicopters, vipers, gorillas, the policeman Rodríguez, ghosts and the evil Moon who try to stop Goody.


A remake of the game for Linux and Windows titled Goody The Remake was released by Coptron Game Studios in 2007. This version brings brand new graphics, music theme and sound effects, but keeps the gameplay and the atmosphere authentic.

There is a Goody version for mobile phones created by Exelweiss and published by eBrain Mobile in 2007, called Goody Returns. This version uses 2.5D graphics.

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