Tom and Jerry: Fists of Furry

Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry

Release date
November 12, 2000
$59.99 (USD)
Mattel Interactive, NewKidCo
Vis Entertainment

Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry is a 3D fighting game released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000. The game is based on MGM's animated series Tom and Jerry and the gameplay is similar to Capcom's Power Stone. It was the first fighting game that doesn't include female characters.


Meet the first-ever fighting game for the whole family! Everyone's favorite cat-and-mouse team stars in this unique arena fighting title. The attacks and weaponry are straight from the classic cartoon series, arming the characters with shovels, tennis rackets, red-hot pokers, fruit, bombs, furniture, and more. All of the action takes place in environments that are modeled after those in old episodes of the cartoon series, and there are nine arenas in which to do battle. As you might expect, all of the animation is perfectly re-created from the show, right down to the tiniest details. The lineup of familiar faces includes the likes of Butch, Spike, Tuffy, Duckling, and (of course) Tom and Jerry. Packed with wicked surprises, deadly traps, and hilarious tricks, the game never runs out of steam, jokes, or action for that matter. There are tons of power ups and combos, making the experience very much like a traditional fighting game substitute slapstick humor for blood.