Gooper Blooper's artwork from Super Mario Sunshine.
|First Appearance||Super Mario Sunshine (2002)|
|Appears in||Super Mario Sunshine|
Mario Power Tennis
Super Princess Peach
Mario Hoops 3-on-3
Mario Super Sluggers
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Rhythm Tentacle Strike
Grabbing its tentacles and face
Sponge sticker then other Stickers
Super Mario Sunshine
Vs. the Giant Blooper covered with Ink
Gooper Blooper's first appearance is in Super Mario Sunshine in Ricco Harbor. Mario must stop the fiend to progress onward in the game. Although he is hidding under a pile of crates, Gooper Blooper reveals his location by leaving one of his tentacles in view.
After Mario removes the tentacle from Gooper Blooper, the giant Blooper uses his tentacles to try and defeat Mario. Mario must pull the tentacles so that they snap off and then he must pull the cork out of the Blooper's mouth, which causes ink to spray all over the Blooper and the surroundings. Mario can also stomp on Gooper Blooper's tentacles however they heal quickly. After pulling on his mouth twice, Gooper Blooper is defeated and lands in the sea.
A Blooper's Revenge
Gooper Blooper is not defeated though, and he is fought in the same way as before upon the helicopter pad. When he is not sprayed by water, Gooper Blooper spins while hitting the player with his tentacles. Once he is defeated for the final time in Ricco Harbor, he soars into the sky and crashes into the sea.
Gooper's Last Stand.
Gooper Blooper reappears in Noki Bay at the peak of a mountain during the second episode "The Boss of Tricky Ruins"; however, instead of crashing into the sea, he crashes into the mountainside. The other difference is that the boss music is not the same as before.
Gooper Blooper appears in Mario Power Tennis as the opponent in the mini-game Gooper Blooper Volley. All of his tentacles hold a racket and the play must hit a tennis ball between them while avoiding the marked tiles.
Appearing as the fifth boss, Gooper Blooper is vulnerable to being attacked by Perry. After losing three health points, he uses Calm vibe to fall asleep to regain health. Peach must wake him up with Rage vibe to remove his remaining two health points.Poison Blooper minions try everything to stop Mario from reaching him. Gooper Blooper resided at Whitecap Beach behind a ship.
Unlike the rest of the bosses in this game, Gooper Blooper actually "claps" to the rhythm of its on battle theme. It's also the key to blocking its Rhythm Tentacle Smack attack. It also charages up Poison Goop for one turn then unleashes it on the next turn poisoning Mario and blinding him if he doesn't block it.
Gooper Blooper attacks to the rhythm of its theme. Mario could use this to block his multi-attack to lessen damage. Mario must do this for three more turns until Gooper Blooper charges up for the Poison Goop attack. Mario must then use his Sponge thing sticker to deflect the attack right back at Gooper Blooper and it will poison itself imparing its vision and causing him to take 30 damage each turn. Mario must use this opening to launch his strongest Stickers and use the Battle Spinner to take Gooper Blooper down for good.
- Gooper Blooper, in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, breaks the fourth wall by clapping along with its battle theme.
- The fifth part of his battle theme (after he is attacked by his own Poison Goop) is a remixed version of the main Super Mario Bros. theme.
- In beta Super Mario Sunshine, Gooper Blooper was originally teal colored and had yellow eyes.
- Gooper Blooper is briefly seen in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS during the Paper Mario stage. Gooper Blooper can be seen during the S.S. Flavion scene. The Tuna from Paper Mario is also seen.
- In Super Mario Sunshine if you beat Gooper Blooper without pulling any of his tentacles. It will show him in his death animations with his tentacles not connected.
|Characters||Protagonists||Mario • F.L.U.D.D. • Princess Peach • Toadsworth|
|Antagonists||Bowser • Bowser Jr./Shadow Mario|
|Other Characters||II Piantissimo • Pianta • Noki • Toad • Hotel Delfino Manager • Yoshi|
|Locations||Areas||Isle Delfino • Delfino Airstrip • Delfino Plaza • Bianco Hills • Ricco Harbor • Gelato Beach • Pinna Park • Sirena Beach • Noki Bay • Pianta Village • Corona Mountain|
|Other Areas||Windmill Village • Hotel Delfino|
|Bosses||Main Bosses||Bowser • Bowser Jr. • Shadow Mario • Petey Piranha • Gooper Blooper • Phantasma • King Boo • Mecha Bowser • Eely Mouth • Wiggler|
|Minor Bosses||Polluted Piranha Plant • Plungelo • Monty Mole|
|Enemies||Enemies||Piranha Plant • Strollin' Stu • Boo/Red Boo • Bullet Bill • Electro Koopa • Snooze-a-Koopa|
|Miscellaneous||Items||Shine Sprite • 1-up Mushroom • Water Bottle • Fruit|
|Nozzles||Spray Nozzle • Hover Nozzle • Rocket Nozzle • Turbo Nozzle|
|Other||Fluff Festival • Watermelon Festival|
|Mario • Luigi • Peach • Bowser • Bowser Jr. • Rosalina • Dr. Mario • Wario • Yoshi • Donkey Kong • Diddy Kong • Koopalings (Iggy Koopa, Larry Koopa, Morton Koopa Jr., Roy Koopa, Lemmy Koopa, Wendy O. Koopa, Ludwig von Koopa) • Link • Villager|
|Waluigi • Petey Piranha • Gooper Blooper • Metal Mario • Ashley|
|Peach's Castle • Mushroom Kingdom|
|Super Mushroom • Poison Mushroom • Green Shell • Red Shell • Hammer • Golden Hammer • Bumper • Bob-omb • Star Rod|
|Enemies and Hazards|
|Goomba • Mega Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Bullet Bill • Banzai Bill|
|Mario Finale • Negative Zone • Peach Blossom • Giga Bowser • Wario Man • Super Dragon • Kongo Beat • Rocketbarrel Barrage • Poltergust 5000 • Doctor Finale • Shadow Mario Paint|
|Super Smash Bros. • Super Smash Bros. Melee • Super Smash Bros. Brawl • Super Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U (3DS, Wii U)|