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The original Prime Empire cabinet is somewhere in this building. And we'll search every floor until we find it.

The original Prime Empire arcade cabinet is a gateway to Prime Empire and Terra Technica.


The Prodigal Father (flashback)

The original cabinet goes through a beta testing with Scott being the first gammer to try the game. When Milton Dyer temporary left the room, Scott finished the game and entered the game. Milton Dyer returned and realized the grave mistake he made.

Gayle Gossip: A Closer Look

A recording part of Gayle Gossip's report showed the original arcade cabinet being stored by officials.

Would You Like to Enter Prime Empire?

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.

Jay plays the legendary game before reaching level 13 and the arcade cabinet opening up a portal. He enters as well as hundreds of other gamers.

Level Thirteen

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.




Prime Empire Original Shorts

Season 12: Prime Empire


  • There are several differences between the show version and the set version:
    • In the sets, the cabinet is a bit larger, so a normally large minifigure can't stand in front of the buttons.
    • In the sets, the inscription Prime Empire is below the screen while in the show it is above it.
    • At the top of the cabinet has Unagami's insignia in the show, while in the sets it is missing.
    • While the front of the cabinet opens in the show, the rear of the cabinet opens in the sets.
    • Storage space for minifigure and transparent screen in the show is missing.
    • The side protrusions on the cabinet are slightly larger in the show and are all yellow.


Promotional media

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Amulet of Protection · Amulets of Wojira (Storm · Wave) · Bell of Divinity · Blade Cup · Celestial Clock · Chest Vortex · Dragon Armor (Blade · Chestplate · Helmet · Shield) · Golden Armor · Helmet of Shadows · Idol of Unity · Jadeblade statue · Lantern · Map of Dens · Map of Fangs · Map of the Golden Weapons · Maps of the Oni Mask of Hatred · Medallion · Mirror of Fears · Oni Masks (Deception · Hatred · Vengeance) · Realm Crystal · Sacred Flutes · Scrolls of Airjitzu · Scrolls of Forbidden Spinjitzu · Sphinx · Teapot of Tyrahn · Underworld helmet


Arcade cabinets · Artificial limbs · BorgPad · BorgWatch · Compact converted jiggly compressor · Infovision · Jay's guitar · Original Prime Empire arcade cabinet · Perfect Match · Prime Empire motherboard · Robo-arm · Robot dogs · Samurai X suit · Shrinking pill · Sparring bot · Spider Hacker · Thermolytic Inverter · Time apparatus · Wu Bots · Zane's Martial Arts Movie Club · Zane's power source


Blue Dragon Amulet · Chen's Chair · Cliff Gordon's replica · Credits · Cyrus Borg's statue · Elemental Forges (non-canon) · Energy cubes · Evil statues · Fangpyre skeleton · Fireblock SPF-3000 · Health boards · Hearth Fire · Ice Shackles · Inventories · Jacob's sitar · Jay's travel pillow · Kai's headband · Lilly's necklace · Loot boxes · Minidroid Chess · Mister Cuddlywomp · Mystery Dust (non-canon) · Nadakhan's pocketwatch · Ninja action figures · Ninjago history mural · Nya's fan · Plundar's dice · Police Commissioner's model boat · Ramne noodle cart · Sea scrolls · Shintaro wings · Soda guzzler · Throne of swords · Titanium statue · Vermillion eggs · Vex's crystal · Wu's pocketwatch