The Simpsons is a set of weird jokes, but sometimes some are about video games, like the time Millhouse played a Waterworld game. Now you can play it!
Waterworld is a post-apocalyptic world far off in the year 2500, where water levels have risen so high every continent is underwater. In an episode of The Simpsons, Millhouse plays an arcade game adaptation, having to pay 40 quarters, a regular amount to play for an arcade game. Like the original episode, Macaw45 was a just a small joke.
"I''ve always been fascinated by the fake scripts that were sometimes seen in The Simpsons, and the Waterworld one always stuck out to me as a kid," Macaw45 adds in the game page''s description. "Of course, it''s just a short joke poking fun about how expensive the movie was at the time, but this incredible game itself with its gigantic Kevin Costner character on the screen, who takes a single step before the machine asks for more quarters always made me so eager to
Macaw45 added some of their own interpretation by going beyond what was initially shown, as mentioned in the description, and constructing a more fleshed out Waterworld game.
Funnily enough, this isn''t the first Waterworld video game that exists. In fact, there were four Waterworld games made, one for the SNES, one for the PC, and the Virtual Boy, all of whom were different from one another, and there''s plenty to choose from if you''re planning a Waterworld themed event.