|“Would you like to enter Prime Empire?”|
|— Game Voice|
When the Ninja are searching The Mechanic's Headquarters, Jay comes across an arcade cabinet titled Prime Empire. He tries to play the game but realizes he needs the motherboard to operate the game. Jay inserts the motherboard inside the Arcade Cabinet which causes a shock wave that is felt across Ninjago City.
At the same time in Benny's Arcade Emporium, the shock wave causes the electricity to go out. When the power is restored, all of the Arcade Cabinets are replaced with Prime Empire.
Jay plays the legendary game before reaching level 13 and the Arcade Pod opening up a portal. He enters as well as hundreds of other gamers.
Leroy is playing Prime Empire using one of the Arcade Pods. When he reaches level 13, he enters Prime Empire.
When the Arcade Pods containing Prime Empire are confiscated, Benny tries to stop them. However, the officers still take them away.
Cyrus Borg does an analysis of the original Arcade Cabinet and realizes that there are over eight-hundred gamers trapped inside Prime Empire. Cole then plays the game in order to enter the virtual world. When he completes it, he, Lloyd, Nya, and Kai enter Prime Empire.
Multiple gamers enter Terra Karana using the Arcade Cabinet including the Ninja.
The Arcade Pod that the Ninja used to enter Terra Karana is seen in the background when the Ninja are talking to Okino.
Lloyd, Nya, and Jay use one of the Arcade Cabinets to reach Terra Domina.
- 70657 Ninjago City Docks
- 70677 Land Bounty
- 71712 Empire Temple of Madness
- 71714 Kai Avatar - Arcade Pod
- 71715 Jay Avatar - Arcade Pod
- 71716 Lloyd Avatar - Arcade Pod
- 18. "Child's Play"
- 127. "Once and for All"
- 129. "Would You Like to Enter Prime Empire?"
- 130. "Dyer Island"
- 131. "Level Thirteen"
- 133. "I am Okino"
- 134. "The Glitch"
- 140. "Stop, Drop and Side Scroll"
- 142. "The Prodigal Father"
- 143. "The Temple of Madness"
- While the three varieties of Arcade Pods in the sets are themed around Jay, Lloyd, and Kai respectively, the cabinets in the series have nothing to do with them. Instead, they are each entry points to Prime Empire's game zones.
- The Arcade Cabinets are referred to as "Arcade Pods" in the sets.