Greeny Arcade
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An Greeny Arcade playing Greeny Phatom: The Video Game.
Developer(s) Greeny Arcade Development Team (GreenyWorld Studios, Fox Interactive, Mattel, Sony Computer Entertainment, Nintendo IRD, Jakks Pacific), "Balls"
Manufacturer Microsoft
Type Home video game console
Generation Fifth generation era
Release date USA August 1, 1994
Japan August 29, 1994
Europe September 5, 1994
Australia September 21,1994
Discontinued Japan July 7, 2009
Europe August 3, 2007
USA December 9, 2007
Australia March 7, 2008
Units sold Worldwide: 102.6 million
Media CD-ROM, GD-ROM, DVD-ROM, Download
Memory 32 GB
Online services GreenySatellite, GS128
Best-selling game Greeny Phatom: The Video Game, 51.98 million (as of December 20, 2012)

As depicted from the 1994 commercial, Greeny Arcade is a multimedia gaming system, released from the people behind the TV show, Greeny Phatom. There is also a portable version called Greeny Arcade Pocket Handheld.



In 1992, Greenytoons founder, Robert Stainton was testing out some arcade games he bought from "a Chuck E. Cheese's knockoff's liquidation sale", until one day, he found a Dragon's Lair cabinet with a Laserdisc drive in the back. He decided to go to work. He then told the entire staff that he wanted to plan out an arcade system, codenamed at first, "Arcadia".

Development of the console started in May 1992. The Greeny Arcade was suppose to look like a real arcade system, but it may take the developers a lot of time on the project. This would later be used to it's successor, Greeny Arcade 256, except the color of it was green. In Late 1992, Codename Arcadia was given a name. A name that feels like it's GreenyWorld Studios-related. The name was chosen, as Greeny Arcade.

The bent arcade screen took the longest development, which took 4 months to complete it. It took 1 year and 2 months to complete the prototype.

In 1993, The prototype was revealed at the 1993 Summer CES near the Greenytoons Studios of GreenyWorld Studios. The prototype of the cabinet had a few glitches with very early builds of the games that it could play. The prototype looked a lot like the final version of the Greeny Arcade. The cabinet was fixed in August 1993 and the console was finished in September 1993 using Windows 95 OS.

The only thing the crew forgot to add was launch titles. The first game to start production for the Greeny Arcade was Guns n' Blossom, which started production after the prototype was finished. sold 8 million units during its first few weeks.

List of launch games

North America




List of North American releases

This shows all of the North American releases for the Greeny Arcade. Video games such as Spongeland are only sold in Europe and Japan, or whatever. The Greeny Arcade has the Windows 95 operating system.

List of North American releases

This shows all of the North American releases for the Greeny Arcade. Video games such as Spongeland are only sold in Europe, Brazil, Austraila and Japan, or whatever. The Greeny Arcade has the Arcadia OS operating system.

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Video Game Released Developer(s) Publisher(s) Distributor(s)
Guns n' Blossom August 1, 1994 TBA TBA TBA
Blob August 1, 1994 Software Creations (UK) Infogrames Entertainment, S.A TBA
Pac-Attack August 1, 1994 Namco

Now Production

Namco TBA
Bart's Nightmare August 1, 1994 Sculptured Software Acclaim Entertainment TBA
Geo Guy and Green Bob Turns On the Game August 1, 1994 Sculptured Software

Infogrames (Europe)

Midway Games TBA
Cindy Fletcher and the Quest for Cindy Flakes August 1, 1994 SIZ Interactive TBA Mega Market Corporation
Rainbow Scratch September 5, 1994 TBA TBA TBA
Pooped September 21, 1994 TBA TBA TBA
Bonk's Adventure October 1, 1994 Red Entertainment


Hudson Soft


Sucker Punch
GeoBob Adventures November 5, 1994 "Balls" Fox Interactive TBA
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage January 2, 1995 Software Creations LJN Acclaim Entertainment
Toy Story November 1995 Traveller's Tales Disney Interactive Studios TBA
Greeny Phatom Arcade March 16, 1996 Konami Konami TBA
Geo's World July 21, 1996 Riedel Software Productions

Columbia Tristar Starway Games (uncredited)

Midway Games TBA
Geo Adventure September

12, 1996

"Balls" Universal Interactive Studios TBA
NBA Hangtime July 1996 Funcom Midway Games TBA
CatFight: The Ultimate Female Fighting Game October 1996 Phantom Card Atlantean Interactive Games Atlantean Interactive Games
Croc: Lengend of the Gobbos 1997 Argonaut Software Fox Interactive Electronic Arts
Geo 1st Movie October 11, 1997 Disney Interactive

Columbia Tristar

Midway Games TBA
Special Friends: You and the Special Games! October 20, 1997 Friendship Makers Melissa & Doug "Balls"
Geo Adventure 2 November

14, 1997

"Balls" Universal Interactive Studios TBA
Geo's World: Bob Beanson Rampage July 15, 1998 Disney Interactive

Columbia Tristar

Midway Games TBA
Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy November 17, 1998 "Balls" Universal Interactive Studios TBA
Hot Wheels Stunt Track Driver October 15, 1998 Mattel Media Semi Logic THQ
Geo's World Racing June 9, 1999 Disney Interactive

Columbia TriStar

Midway Games TBA
Croc 2 June 30, 1999 Arognaut Software Fox Interactive Electronic Arts
Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear Novermber 30, 1999 Traveller's Tales Activision Disney Interactive Studios
Geo Quest to the Guest December 2, 1999 "Balls" Universal Interactive Studios TBA

Play with the Teletubbies

January 15, 2000 Knowledge Adventure
AE Games
Riverdeep BBC
Blob 2 August 1, 1999 Software Creations (UK) Infogrames Entertainment, S.A TBA
Nate's Christmas Adventures December 23, 1999

New Dimension Software in
collaboration with Greeny Arcade Development Team

New Dimension Software TBA
Nicktoons Racing 2000 Software Creations Hasbro Interactive Infogrames
NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC 2000 Avalanche Software Midway Games TBA
Greeny Phatom Kart September 24, 2000 "Balls" Fox Interactive TBA
Greeny Guy October 21, 2000 (was recalled due to complaints from parents, rare, one copy was found at a Salvation Army Thrift Store in Toronto and is in the ownership of a gamer who uploaded gameplay footage to YouTube) Magenta Software
Software Creations
Hasbro Interactive TBA
Toy Story Racer March 5, 2001 Traveller's Tales Activision Disney Interactive Studios
Spongebob SuperSponge November 11, 2001 THQ Climax TBA
The GreenyWorld Super Star Kartz August 16, 2000 "Balls" Fox Interactive
Hasbro Interactive
GreenyWorld Studios
Kraftwerk: Gametronik November 11, 2001 The Code Monkeys The Code Monkeys
Kling Klang Konsumprodukt GmbH
Conspiracy Entertainment
The Adventures of BD November 27, 2001 Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Cartoon Network Interactive Troygame Inc

RDM GameTown Distribution

Egg Mania: Eggstreme Madness

September 11, 2002 HotGen Kemco TBA
Greeny Phatom: The Video Game March 7, 2002 "Balls"
Fox Interactive
Fox Interactive Sony Computer Entertainment
Greeny Phatom Online July 16, 2002 "Balls"
"Balls" TBA
Greeny Phatom Kart 2 March 7, 2002 "Balls" "Balls"
Stellar Stone
Smash Fight 2 April 14, 2002 "Balls" Vivendi Universal Games TBA
Greeny Phatom The Movie September 26, 2002 "Balls"

Fox Interactive

"Balls" Sony Wonder
Chuck E. Cheese's Fun Games September 27, 2002 New Dimension Software in
collaboration with Tectoy and CEC Entertainment, Inc.
"Balls" Tectoy
CEC Entertainment, Inc.
Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction December 4, 2002 Inland Productions Ubi Soft Entertainment Ubi Soft Entertainment
Geo Adventure: Gree Guy's Returns February 15, 2003 Traveller's Tales

Eurocom Entertainment Software

Universal Interactive TBA


September 23, 2003 Acclaim Entertainment Austin Acclaim Entertainment TBA
Blob 3 July 28, 2003 Software Creations (UK) Infogrames Entertainment, S.A TBA

Finding Nemo

June 13, 2003 KnowWonder THQ Disney
State of Emergency 24 April 2003 VIS Entertainment Rockstar Games Take Two Intactive
Pac-Man World 2 November 20, 2003 Namco Namco
Sonic Heroes February

18, 2004

Sonic Team USA Sega TBA

Frogger Beyond

October 11, 2004 ''Balls'' Konami TBA

Midnight Race Club: Supercharged!

TBA, 2004 Stellar Stone GameMill Publishing Charles-Nickson Enterprises
Little Girl's Adventure May 24, 2005 Semi Logic Entertainments, Inc. Semi Logic Entertainments, Inc. Semi Logic Entertainments, Inc.
Juiced June 13, 2005 Juice Games THQ TBA
Bounce 2005 "Balls" "Balls" Nokia
Robots February 24, 2005 Eurocom Sierra Entertainment

Fox Interactive

Vivendi Universal Games

Fox Interactive

Blue Sky Studios

20th Century Fox

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe November 14, 2005 TT Games Buena Vista Games TBA
Codename: Kids Next Door Operation: V.I.D.E.O.G.A.M.E. October 11, 2005 High Voltage Software Global Star Software Cartoon Network Interactive

Warner Bros. Interactive


Take-Two Interactive Software

Sonic Gems Collection 2005 Traveller's Tales Sega TBA
Ice Age: The Meltdown March 14, 2006 Vivendi Universal Games (now Vivendi Games)


Amaze Entertainment

Vivendi Universal Games (now Vivendi Games)

Sierra Entertainment

Go!Animate the Movie July 8, 2006 2K Czech Fox Digital Entertainment
2K Games
GoAnimate Studios
Greeny Phatom Party July 7, 2006 "Balls"
Fox Interactive
"Balls" Fox interactive
Raggedy Ann & Andy July 23, 2006 Traveller's Tales "Balls"
The Code Monkeys
Simon & Schuster
Action Girlz Racing July 26, 2006 Data Design Interactive Metro 3D Data Design Interactive
Tiny Toon Adventures: Scary Dreams July 29, 2006 Treasure Co. Ltd Swing! Entertainment Media AG Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Conspiracy Entertainment

More games coming soon. Feel free to add more if you'd like.

Cancelled games

This is the list of unreleased games.

Video Game Released Developer(s) Publisher(s) Distributor(s)
Unnamed action MMORPG Between 2000
and mid-2000s
Climax Action
Climax Online
Geo Adventure 4 2000 "Balls" Universal Interactive Studios TBA
Greeny Michael the Finale 2003 Sega Infograms Eidos

Mad Dash Racing

2001 Cystal Eidos TBA

ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth

2002 ToeJam & Earl Productions
Vitural Concepts
Sega TBA
State of Emergency 2 2006 DC Studios SouthPeak Interactive TBA

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Accessory Released Sales Used for: Description
Greeny Arcade Memory Card August 1, 1994 101.8 million units All games Opened as a seperate pack, this can save all games's progress if they're not saved.
Greeny Arcade Headset August 1, 1994 102.9 million units All games Its a presuccessor to the GAPH, the headset is compatible with all games
Greeny Arcade Pro Arcade August 13, 1997 3 million units All games It doubles the price of the Greeny Arcade, and it is only used for pros of the Greeny Arcade.
Greeny Arcade Microphone May 8, 2002 1.2 million units TBA Used on karaoke games.
Greeny Arcade VR Headset July 7, 2006 90,000 units Greeny Phatom Party It could've been a successor to the GAPH, but the headset was a huge flop.

More coming soon!

Cover History

Special Editions

  • GreenyArcade

    The Greeny Arcade Cabinet

    In 2004, Greeny Arcade celebarted with 10 years, by simply adding a second player input.
  • In 2012, Greeny Arcade released a development tool cabinet that includes the main cabinet, a CD-ROM for your own games, and a development tool CD-ROM for Windows PCs to create a video game.