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The Simpsons classic 1991 Konami Arcade Game – Overview, Gameplay Video!

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This is Konami’s classic “The Simpsons” Arcade Game. We refurbished this game in our classic video game store, and this is a quick overview of what the cabinet looks like and how it’s set up. Also shows lots of gameplay on an official cabinet, check it out! You can see all the current arcade games we have at the moment at !

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20 Comments

  1. & they also did the greatest Beat 'em up of all-time- Vendetta.

  2. First time I saw this The Simpsons arcade game cabinet in March 1991, when my mom was stationed in Washington, D.C./Maryland area at Walter Reed in the U.S. military when this came out. This was made by Konami. And It would have 1 or 2 years after The Simpsons came out on television or a couple years, maybe. Konami, at the time was making a lot of really cool 4-player games like this. The 1st they did was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was a big hit. Then they did X-Men. They did The Simpsons. They did Turtles in Time, which was the 2nd Turtles arcade game. They did Sunset Riders. They did Asterix. They did Bucky O' Hare. They did Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa, They did Mystic Warriors. They did Metamorphic Force. And that may be it. Years later, in late 1996, when I lived at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, when me, my mom, and my sister went out to eat at Cici's Pizza, I saw this same arcade game. I had several quarter's and spent a few hours playing it up four players to control members of the Simpson family: Homer, Marge, Bart and/or Lisa. I could've beating the whole game for all 8 levels to save Maggie from Mr. Smithers. The last time I saw this arcade game was in 2001 when I was still in Texas, and I would love to see this, again, one day. This game is just a reskin of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  3. I just played this for the first time yesterday in an arcade place! I was really impressed since I had never played an actual 90s arcade before, haha. Im 16

  4. First time I saw this The Simpsons arcade game cabinet in March 1991, when my mom was stationed in Washington, D.C./Maryland area at Walter Reed in the U.S. military when this came out. This was made by Konami. And It would have 1 or 2 years after The Simpsons came out on television or a couple years, maybe. Konami, at the time was making a lot of really cool 4-player games like this. The 1st they did was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was a big hit. Then they did X-Men. They did The Simpsons. They did Turtles in Time, which was the 2nd Turtles arcade game. They did Sunset Riders. They did Asterix. They did Bucky O' Hare. They did Wild West C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa, They did Mystic Warriors. They did Metamorphic Force. And that may be it. Years later, in late 1996, when I lived at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, I saw this same arcade game. I had several quarter's and spent a few hours playing it up four players to control members of the Simpson family: Homer, Marge, Bart and/or Lisa. I could've beating the whole game for all 8 levels to save Maggie from Mr. Smithers. The last time I saw this arcade game was in 2001, and I would love to see this, again, one day. This game is just a reskin of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  5. The Arcade that used to exist in our local mall had this. I had to be dragged out because I was laughing so hard at Marge and Lisa's attack style I was crying.

  6. I found this in a mall but sadly the arcade it was in was closed

  7. Spent a lot of money on this one back in the day!

  8. Poor Snowball II. Especially in the side art of this cabinet. The way Homer was stepping on her tail. And you said Homer was stepping on her tail accidentally.

  9. I swear I remember seeing this irl at a party but I didn’t get to play it

  10. The Simpsons game with violence that doesn´t fit well

  11. I just bought the simpsons arcade game for $500 how much did you pay for yours?

  12. This and the G.I Joe arcade games are my 2 favorite Konami games.

  13. The background characters and references in the Arcade are from Season 1 and 2 in the late 80's and early 90's.

  14. Hands Down my favorite Arcade game of all time besides Turtles in Time!

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