Where Did THAT Come From-Noiseland Video Arcade

A new addition brought to use by level 36 is the Noiseland Video Arcade.  Just where is this item from? Well, Bunny here again to give you just a lil info on the Video Arcade. It has been placed all over throughout the Simpsons Series. Some for many scenes, others just a flash. Some of the episodes you will catch it in is Moaning Lisa, Bart Gets an “F”, The War of the Simpsons, When Flanders Failed, Boy-Scoutz ‘n the Hood, The Springfield Files, Bart the Mother, The Real Housewives of Fat Tony, to name a few.


In a town where kids stay young forever, you are gonna have to have something to keep them from destroying the town on a daily basis (though they do it anyway). So it is no surprise that it keeps appearing again and again throughout the different Simpsons Seasons.




It is quite a frequented location for many of the characters too. Even if they aren’t the main focus of the scene or episode, you can still catch hints of them in the background. Out of all the episodes, one scene that really cracked me up is in “The Springfield Files“. Millhouse is trying to play Kevin Costner’s Waterworld.

He dumped quarter after quarter after quarter in (40 in all…and you thought donut items were expensive), only to have the character take like 2 steps…then game over. Lol. What is even funnier, he kept playing. Putting another giant handful in. The things kids will do and spend for entertainment. (Notice Jimbo in the background?)

Just for fun,  here are some of the games that can be seen throughout the Simpson episodes being played in the Arcade. Any seem familiar to you?


Dance Fever ‘97

Dougie Houser: The Game

Eat My Shorts

Esacape From Grandma’s House I, II, and III (The Great Thanksgiving Disaster)



Itchy vs Scratchy

Kevin Costner’s Waterworld

Krusty’s Carnival of Kash

Larry the Looter

My Dinner with Andre

Nuclear Winter


Pack-Rat I & II

Panamanian Strongman

Robert Goulet Destroyer

Satan’s Funhouse

Shark Bait

Smite of the Bumble Bee

Super Slugfest


Time Waster

Touch of Death

View Master

This takes me back to the times I spent as a teen in arcades. Some of the funnest times of my life. Now I challenge you to go back to some of your favorite episodes that you remember, see if the Noiseland Arcade is there, and see if you can spot some of the games that you would play if you had the chance. 🙂



One response to “Where Did THAT Come From-Noiseland Video Arcade

  1. Only time waster and danse fever 97 are familiar

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