|Goomba did not originate from fanon, and more information can be found on their respective wiki(s). You may read more about it on the following wiki(s):|
|Alignment||Good or Bad|
Jack O' Goomba
| Koopa Troop|
Goombas appeared in Super Mario: Time Warped One was lucky enough to be the World 1's Boss by being Transformed into Goombull by Kamek.
A Goomba's Stats
In K-Koopa, Goombas (Like in most games) are the weakest enemies in the game. They will only attack with a predictable charge (5 Stamina Points Per charge) and give 5 Coins and 10 Star Energy. They first appear in Goomba Valley in the game, And if they appear in Latter worlds, They appear in groups of 4-10 Goombas, Making them even harder to wipe out. Their King, Goomboss Also appears in the game.
Sloppy Goombas appear as common enemies in Super Sloppy Bros. when, as usual, a single jump on the head defeats them.
Goomba is a playable racer in almost every Koopa Kart game, except Koopa Kart Galaxy. All those times, he has been a light-weight character.
|Paper Mario: The Sage's Quest Enemy|
|Location(s)|| Spirit Shrine|
|Log||That's a Goomba. Max HP is 2, Attack is 1, Defense is 0. These creatures are the Koopa Troop's underlings. They are very weak and are easily defeated.|
|Items|| Fire Flower|
Goombas make a major appearance as enemies in Paper Mario: The Sage's Quest. They first appear in Spirit Shrine when Mario is heading back to Mushroom Town, but later appear all over the game, most noticeably in Goomba Meadow.
Super Mario 3D World
Goombas are back in the 3D Mario game Super Mario 3D World. Here they are common enemies appearing in multiple levels. In Toad Town, the hub, there are friendly Goombas that are slightly lighter than the enemies. Goombas act like the ones in most 3D Mario games like Super Mario 3D Land. They appear in Rolling Greens, Dusty Desert Dunes, Lakitu's Sky Fort, Goomba Plains, Donkey Kong's Jungle, Crazy Maze Cave, Mushroom Climb, Honeybee Tree, Koopa City, Grass Temple, Rocky Cliff, Tick-Tock Tower Clock, Kamek's Barricade, Retro Zone, Monty Mole Fortress, and Gigantic Land (Grand Goombas only). Also sub-species include, Golden Tail Goomba, Goomba Tower, Jack O' Goomba, Paragoomba, Tail Goomba, Grand Goomba, Giant Paragoomba, and Grand Tail Goomba.
Star In A Party
Goomba is the star of Mario Enemy Party and also a big jumper.
The Goomba joins the Koopa Troop once in again in New Super Mario Bros. 3: Bowser Returns. They are common enemies residing in most worlds, however there are multiple new species of Goombas including an Armored Goomba, a Paragoomba, a Tower Armored Goomba, a Goomba Rider, and Goomboss all appear in the game. Watch out Mario..
Easiest Enemy After All
Goombas appear as court obstacles in the courts: Hammer Bro. Island, Bowser Jr.'s City, and Bowser's Castle. They waddle around the court, sometimes in the way of the net, as shown in Bowser's Castle. If you bump into one, you will drop coins. In Bowser's Castle, Goombas will try to charge into you. You have to jump to avoid getting hit. Goomboss appears in a mission in mission mode.
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Goombas appear as semi-common enemies in Super Mario GameBox Demo. They appear in Mario's House, Mushroom Kingdom Way and Bowser Castle Foregrounds. For some odd reason, they look like Galoombas, but are called Goombas in-game. This might be so that they resemble "Goombas" in Super Mario World. Spiked Goombas, Gritty Goombas, Alternate Goombas and Ghost Goombas also appear, oddly looking like normal Goombas instead of Galoombas.
If you use a Mario amiibo while playing Ice Climber 2, you will unlock Cool Cool Mountain where Goombas appear as enemies.
Goombas appear in Super Mario Moose as enemies. Like in most 3D Mario platformers, Goombas charge when they see the player, and can be defeated by one jump. They appear in almost all the worlds, but mainly appear in the first couple.
Mega Goomba was also going to appear as a boss, but was replaced by the Koopalings.
Goombas appear as enemies that appear in almost all levels. They charge at Mario when they spot him. As usual, the player must jump on a Goomba to defeat it.
Goombas appear again in the expanded of Super Mario Moose. They act the same as they did in the original.
Goombas appear as a common low level hotel guest in this game, with several new color variations. They have the exclusive problem of being squished and give Goomba Mushrooms as gifts.
Goombas appear as the second weakest enemy in game, with a grand total of 2 HP, 2 ATK, and 2 DF. There is no variation of them. Luigi's Tattle Ability says: "Goombas are the second weakest enemies in the Mushroom Kingdom. They are so pathetic even jumping on them once kills them."
|German||Gumba||German equalization of Goomba.|