BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Arcade (known asド想像上の友達のためのBlooJの里の家 or Sōzō-jō no Tomodachi no tame no BlooJ no satonoya in Japan) is a 3D/2D 32-bit beat-em-up side-scrolling arcade game developed by Konami and Travellers Tales, The Bloo Interactive, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and Paramount Interactive and released by Konami and Activision and in 2001.
The show's creators Bloo J and Ed-Olive Chadwick received one of the arcade cabinets as a gift from Acclaim Entertainment and Konami
Console versions were developed by Travellers Tales
the game is often compared to other beat-em-ups such as Turtles In Time, The Simpsons Arcade, and X-Men: The Arcade Game.
It is one of the most successful beat-em-up side-scrolling arcade game produced
The game was made as an homage to Konami's old-fashioned licensed Beat-Em-Ups (that is; X-Men, The Simpsons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc.).
The game was released on arcades on March 16, 2001, and Console versions were released on June 15, 2001, on PlayStation 1, PC, Nintendo Game Boy Color, Microsoft Xbox and SEGA Dreamcast.
A malicious green comet of combined evil blasts across the universe towards Earth and flies through the town of Toonvile. The comet causes several major and intense occurrences to befall the town and it is up to the Foster's gang to destroy the evil matter created from it and rescue Frankie Foster from Bendy. This arcade game is sure to crush all your coins with its jaws!
- It reuses the soundtrack from The Simpsons Arcade Game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade and Sunset Riders made by Konami also Cadillacs & Dinosaurs, made by Capcom
- This is one of the only arcade games based off the franchise, the only other there are BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wrestling (2001) and BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Bowling (2002) and BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Taxi Rage (2003).