Super Mario RPG Barrel Volcano — Crazy Group Trio

Crazy Group Trio was discovered via Spotify when the music streaming service recommended the artist due to the covers and remixes of video game music that the artist creates. Super Mario RPG covers were included, something that was exciting to us!

Crazy Group Trio’s YouTube channel is fairly active, with music being uploaded a couple of times a week. The music ranges from several games, including Final Fantasy, Super Mario, Legend of Zelda, and Banjo-Kazooie. The piano arrangements give familiar video game music a fun, new twist.

Below is the YouTube video that shows off the piano arrangement for Barrel Volcano from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

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Flashback Friday: Goof Troop

Double Jump Kris MiiHappy Friday, everyone! I hope everyone’s May was good! This year is going by so quickly.

This month’s Flashback Friday is celebrating a game that Rachel used to ask me to play with her when we were both much younger. It wasn’t a game that held my attention too long, with me preferring Ocarina of Time or Super Mario RPG. However, we did have a good time with Goof Troop when we did play the game!



Goof Troop was released in North America in July 1993 by Capcom on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was based off of the cartoon of the same name that aired around that time. An action-adventure game, it was capable of being multiplayer with one player controlling Goofy while the second player controlled his son Max. Goofy is slower than Max but can deal more damage.

The story is fairly simple, if a bit silly, but on par with the cartoon that the game is based on. While on a fishing trip, Goofy and Max witness their friends Pete and PJ get kidnapped by pirates. Figuring they should go and save them, Goofy and Max go through five areas on Spoonerville Island until they confront the pirates and free Pete and PJ. The game itself got average reviews, but it was agreed by most critics that the game was fun, even if it wasn’t very long or involved.

Rachel and I had fun with the game, mostly due to the game’s puzzles that were made for two players. In fact, the game’s few criticisms came from the single-player mode, when it was tedious from trying to complete puzzles that were meant to have more than one person solving them.

Of course, Rachel and I also had great fun sabotaging each other against the pirate enemies instead of working together! We were reminded of this game due to one of our favorite YouTubers making a video on it. If you’d like, check out Jirard the Completionist’s video of it:

Did you ever play Goof Troop? What did you think of it?

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Playing Fairune Collection On The Nintendo Switch

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!

I’ve received a review copy of the Fairune Collection on the Nintendo Switch, courtesy of Pure Nintendo. It was a fun, quick game and I wrote a review for it for Pure Nintendo, but here are some quick thoughts on it.

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Fairune is an RPG that was originally released on the Nintendo 3DS. Though, I’ll be honest, I’ve never heard of the games before now. I’m a fan of RPGs and was excited to give this game a try.

Fairune Collection for the Nintendo Switch contains Fairune, Fairune 2, a prequel game, and an unlockable spin-off game. I was surprised that they released all the games in one pack for less for $10, but when I started playing I realized that it was a good price for the four games.

They’re very short and honestly, I wouldn’t classify them as RPGs. There’s no battle mechanics at all – you get a sword and literally step on the enemies squishing them into the ground in the over world. It’s certainly not what I expected, but it wasn’t bad either. I actually didn’t mind it.

The majority of the game play is collecting certain items and solving puzzles to progress. Despite the puzzles, they’re pretty straightforward so this is a casual, semi-mindless game.

Again, it’s not at all what I expected and the games are super quick to get through (the first game took me a total of 2.5 hours) but they’re relaxing. I can’t see myself playing through the games again, but the first time around is a treat.

Have you played Fairune on the Nintendo Switch? What are your thoughts on the game? Let me know in the comments below!

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Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime [Game Review]

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Title: Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
Developer: Asteroid Base
Publisher: Asteroid Base
Xbox One (also for PC, Playstation 4, and Nintendo Switch)
Action, Platform, Shooter
Release Date: 
September 9, 2015 (Xbox One)
How we got the game: 
We borrowed it from a friend

We were thrown into this game by a good friend when we were hanging out at his house with another friend. The opening story made us chuckle with how corny and cute it was. It’s bunnies! In space! With the power of love!

When our friend turned on the game and said, “We’re going to play Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime,” we just looked at him blankly. But this game is too cute and fun to ignore.


This is a cooperative space shooter and is best played with friends. Up to four players man a spaceship, taking control of its engine, shield, and guns, as they explore parts of space in search of their friends. The controls are simple enough, with your little character sitting at one of the stations and pressing the appropriate button to control said station.

You can move about the ship freely (depending on the kind of ship you have – you can upgrade them) to take turns controlling the ship or shield or running back and forth between the guns. As you explore space, you can collect power-ups for the guns, engine, and shield allowing your ship to be more powerful against the various enemies that come your way.

There were three kinds of power-ups — a Beam Gem, a Metal Gem, and an aptly-named Power Gem. You can mix and match the types of gems on the ship’s stations for different attacks. For instance, equipping the shields with a Power Gem will make them bigger, and if you add a Metal Gem to the mix, the shields will have spikes to injure any enemy unfortunate enough to knock into them.

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We personally liked the metal gems the best. The guns turned into spiked ball and chains. They were hard to control, but a lot of a run and had a good reach. Each level contained 10 animals that needed to be rescued, but you only need to rescue 5 in order to continue on. However, the more you rescue, the faster you’re able to upgrade your ship and such.

Each level consisted of four areas before we were to defeat a boss. Considering how difficult and chaotic (especially with our group of friends!) a boss battle could be, upgrading the ship was definitely useful.

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It’s a satisfying game to play through though. Each levels consists of four areas before the boss allowing a good amount of time for you to get upgrades.


The graphics are ridiculously charming, with the main characters being little aliens in spacesuits and their friends being bunnies, frogs, and foxes, to name a few species. The colors are vivid, with the spaceship and enemies being bright against the backgrounds to help navigate around the worlds.

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This is the definition of an adorable cartoon. I love the various levels as the space change. There can be water bubbles as well as ice and wind which certainly makes it a challenge to defeat certain enemies or even reach your friends.

The music was fairly subtle, having a good beat to match the exploration of the levels. Of course, there was plenty of communication between us players masking the music as we were dashing around, a couple of us trying to handle multiple gun stations or pausing a moment to check the map.

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The sound effects were enjoyable as well. I liked the sound of the shooting and also the small animals would “talk” or yell for help the closer we got to them. Their voices were very cute.

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The story is explained in a goofy way. There are “super smart” scientists in space far away and have built a machine to harness love. An error has occurred in the XOXO matrix and has allowed anti-love to slip through. Using our last ship, we must go out into space and save our friends as well as the universe.

Saving our friends — all adorable animals — enabled them to use the power of love to unlock the heart-shaped portal that leads to the next level. It’s corny but it definitely works for this kind of game.

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The more animals you save, the better the world will be. At least, that’s the moral I’m getting from the story.


This was a great game to play with friends, with plenty of different stations that you can switch and play around with, along with different spaceships to challenge yourselves in controlling. It doesn’t seem like the best game to play solo, but I will confess I have yet to try it by myself. It is a game I’d play again with others.

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After playing this game with Kris and our two friends, I immediately knew this was a game I would love to play with our two cousins. I’m looking forward to playing it again.

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime gets…
4 out of 5 lives.

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Playing Death Road To Canada On The Nintendo Switch

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Tuesday!

Death Road to Canada is a game Kris and I discovered through YouTube and bought on Steam. It’s a fun game and we’ve played it a couple of times, but now that it’s on the Nintendo Switch, we had the chance to play with friends.

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We’ve been doing better getting together with a couple of gaming friends who, due to life, we don’t normally see often. We’ve been trying to get together once a month for a game night and, so far, we’ve been doing pretty well at it.

This time we played Death Road to Canada on the Nintendo Switch. It was hard since the game only allows for 2-players at a time and there’s 4 of us. Plus, you can have 4 people in your party in the game but for some reason, it only allows for 2 human players.

And there’s no online or local co-op. So, we had three Switches set up, my friend and I on his Switch and Kris and our other friend on our Switch.

It worked well enough, but I’ll admit we didn’t play for more than 2 hours. We found ourselves getting distracted by each other’s games and trying to watch the other team play.

Next time, I think we’ll just pass the controllers around and mix and match teams of 2 and see who can make it the farthest.

It was fun to play with someone other than Kris, though. Kris and I play games together all the time and we know each other’s tricks and gaming routines. It was fun to play with our friends and see how they would handle certain situations.

I’m looking forward to playing the game with them again, but I do hope in the future, the game allows for 4 players or online co-op. That would be ideal.

Have you played Death Road to Canada on the Nintendo Switch yet? What are your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments below!

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Original or Definitive Edition

Double Jump Kris MiiThe Nintendo Switch has been wildly successful in its year and a half out in the world. We are definitely impressed with ours, enjoying both the games and the multiple ways we can play.

Speaking of the games, though, many games have been ported to the Switch from the Wii U. The latest to get the treatment is Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition. Do you think the Definitive Edition is worth it?


I’ve been seeing Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition for the Switch all over the place considering the game just came out this past Friday. The original Hyrule Warriors came out about four years ago for the Wii U and, considering all of the improved Wii U ports the Switch has been getting during this past year, it’s not too surprising that Hyrule Warriors got the same Switch treatment.

I enjoyed Fire Emblem Warriors when it came out for the Switch and I liked Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U. I’ve been on the fence about getting HW: Definitive Edition, however. I have both the Wii U and the 3DS version of the game already, so I’m not certain if I want to drop another sixty bucks for the Definitive Edition.

On one hand, I understand that the Definitive Edition includes the downloadable content that the standard, if you will, editions had. With that said, I hadn’t paid much attention to what the DLC for Hyrule Warriors had been. Does the extra content make the Definitive Edition worth it? How much have I missed when it comes to the DLC for Hyrule Warriors?

When it came to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, it wasn’t a difficult decision to buy the Switch version despite us having the Wii U edition of the game. We knew what the DLC was and figured it was worth it for the Switch version. At that time, we were eager to get games for the new console anyway, and a Mario Kart game seemed like a no-brainer. However, I don’t feel the same way when it comes to HW: Definitive Edition.

On the other hand, I’ve heard nothing but good things about the Definitive Edition of the game from reviews and first impressions I’ve seen around, despite it only being out for a few days. Will the port be better than the Wii U original? Again? That brings up the bigger questions as to why so many Wii U games are being ported to the Switch and why they are so much more successful than when they were on the Wii U.

The simpler question for today, though, is do I splurge and get the Definitive Edition of Hyrule Warriors?


Are you playing Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition? What do you think of it?

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Donkey Kong And The Legend Of The Crystal Coconut [Movie Review]

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So about twenty years ago, there was a certain cartoon that was based off of the Donkey Kong video game franchise. It was originally a Canadian/French cartoon that was later released in the United States. It’s amusing to me that this cartoon came out around the same time as the Pokemon franchise and comparing how the two have aged over time.

I didn’t realize it came out around the same time as Pokemon. Or I, at least, didn’t make that connection. The movie is 3D cartoon, similar to Pixar’s style. It’s based off of Donkey Kong Country with similar music, font styles, and characters. I had completely forgotten about the movie until Kris mentioned it. Even then, while the beginning was vaguely familiar to me, I barely remembered the movie at all.

The animation is a treat to see, considering it was computer animated with motion capture to try to get it as close to the video game style as possible. The Legend of the Crystal Coconut was one of the many video releases of episodes of the show packaged together. I remember renting this particular “feature-length film” from Blockbuster every once in a while as a kid before I tended to just stick to renting video games.

It was a musical too. Donkey Kong sang and he actually has the best voice out of all the characters. Seriously, I’d buy DK’s CD if he ever came out with one. The songs and the movie itself was kind of ridiculous, but it had good lines and was pretty funny at times.

Each episode of the cartoon had at least two songs, I believe. It made us burst into giggles when the first song started up, especially since the animation didn’t exactly allow the smoothest dance moves for the characters. Actually, the pirate villains had the best song and dance combos!

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Oh, right. DK had the best singing voice, but he was certainly the worst dancer. The entire thing was them, King K. Rool, and the pirates all trying to get the Crystal Coconut for themselves. It was an hour and a half of keep-away. It was hilarious though and honestly, I don’t think we ever found out the “legend” of the Crystal Coconut, which was what DK was originally trying to figure out.

Considering it was just a collection of four episodes of the cartoon series, I imagine more of the Crystal Coconut’s lore was uncovered in the other thirty-six or so episode of the series. Since this was just a collection, the timeline of the four episodes was a bit off — in the third episode, or part, of the movie, there was a flashback to an incident that didn’t happen until the fourth episode on the movie! Nevertheless, we were very amused by this cartoon and we had a great time revisiting it.

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Yes, that’s true. It was a great movie and certainly fun to revisit! I’m sure we’ll sit down to watch it again at some point too.

Have you ever seen this movie? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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