Game Central Station is a place in the 2012 Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph where all the video game characters come outside their respective games and travel to other games to hang out after hours until the arcade opens in the morning. Any suspicious characters are given security checks by the Surge Protectors. It resembles a gigantic underground subway station on the interior, but on the exterior, it is the power strip for most of the arcade cabinets in Litwak's Arcade.
Places of Interest
- Pac-Man: Where the weekly Bad-Anon support group meetings are held and where Pacman and the 4 ghosts live.
- Fix-It Felix Jr.: Where Wreck-It Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr., and the Nicelanders live.
- Tapper's: The bar game where Ralph frequently goes to get a drink and chat with the bartender, Tapper. Ryu is seen here alone, in spite of Ken agreeing to go along at the start of the movie. The game is actually Root Beer Tapper, and not the original Tapper in spite of the barkeeper being there instead of the soda jerk. This may be due to the movie's age rating, licensing issues with Budweiser, or both.
- Hero's Duty: The first-person action game where Sergeant Calhoun and her soldiers live.
- Sugar Rush: The Kart Racing game where Vanellope von Schweetz and the other racers live.
- Wi-Fi: Mr. Litwak's Wi-Fi router that leads to the world of the Internet. It allows programs to travel far beyond the arcade, as it hosts websites and mobile apps connected to a wide array of devices around the world.
- Undead Apocalypse 3
- Ms. Pac-Man
- Super Mario Bros.
- Dig Dug
- Street Fighter II
- Agent X
- Fatal Assault
- Dragon's Lair
- Mortal Kombat
- Altered Beast
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- District 51
- Finish Line
- Space Invaders
- Sonic the Fighters
- Hoop Jamz
- Dance Dance Revolution X2
- Dance Central 3
- Virtual Cop
- Street Fighter
- Primal Rage
- Game Central Station is a parody of the Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
- The Station's carpeting resemble motherboards.
- The Station's gates resemble electrical sockets.
- It's revealed in the credits that the Surge Protectors are responsible for the various graffiti seen throughout the film.
- There is apparently a rule against bringing objects from different games into other games.
- The station can plug in/support up to 24 games.
- The tunnels that connect the Station to each game gate resembles the interior of electric cables.