* ''ReferencedBy/DonkeyKong''
* ''ReferencedBy/{{Doom}}''
* ''ReferencedBy/{{Fallout}}''
* ''ReferencedBy/{{Kirby}}''
* ''ReferencedBy/TheLegendOfZelda''
* ''ReferencedBy/{{Minecraft}}''
* ''ReferencedBy/{{Polybius}}''
* ''ReferencedBy/SuperMarioBros''
* ''ReferencedBy/SonicTheHedgehog''
* ''ReferencedBy/ZeroWing''
* ''VideoGame/DragonsLair''
** ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has a gag that references both this game and ''VideoGame/SpaceAce'':
-->'''Scissorsmith:''' At the fork in the road, follow the rocky path! It will take you to the Dragon's Lair!\\
'''Jack:''' Where will the other one take me?\\
'''Scissorsmith:''' Space Ace!\\
''(cut to Jack's baffled face as a goofy sound effect plays)''
* ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'':
** In Issue #5 of the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' comics, plush versions of [[http://41.media.tumblr.com/42f6c2dbc3f5dde718e3d7a4cbac354b/tumblr_ngulygqGWx1qknma4o1_500.png Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica]] can be seen while Pearl is tidying up.
** Trevor, one of the DLC characters for ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', has a brutality where he turns his opponent to gold. The brutality's name? '''It's Me''' Tremor.
** In the ''[[VideoGame/HenryStickminSeries Henry Stickmin]]'' game ''Fleeing the Complex'', there is an option to go into a building. Once you walk inside, the building will go dark and Freddy will start playing his jingle from the [[VideoGames/FiveNightsatFreddys first game]], with Henry attempting to escape. If the fail screen pops up, it will say "That wasn't scary" and play a [[CrowningMomentofFunny hilariously]] failed JumpScare.
** In ''Webcomic/CobwebAndStripes'', when the heroes attend the Neitherworld carnival in chapter 14, Golden Freddy is shown as a prize in one of the carnival games.
* ''VideoGame/MarbleMadness:''
** In ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}'', Creator/LordKat - in his role as the eponymous nation's overseer of trade - believes that China would be willing to trade a third of their military for one copy of ''Marble Madness.''
* ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'':
** In ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', a Bob-omb named Bobbery asks you to get Chuckola Cola from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''. Also in Thousand-Year Door, when Bowser grabs a [[spoiler: fake]] crystal star, the PlotCoupon of the game, a detective will interrogate him, in which Bowser will proclaim himself as the Shadow Thief and says "I'll be taking this, thanks!" Additionally, the bartenders in Rogueport and Glitzville are both Beanish folk.
* ''VideoGame/MuseumMadness:''
** [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] mentioned the game in his review of ''Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos #2'':
-->'''Linkara''': And really, when else is she gonna get the chance to play ''Museum Madness''? Does anyone else remember that game? You had a robot...? You... went around fixing the museum exhibits after they went nuts...? I am such a nerd.
* ''VideoGame/PapersPlease''
** One of the earliest stages of ''VideoGame/{{Broforce}}'' is called Arstotzka. The officer who directs the Bros summarizes it with a dismissive "Sources claim that it is, in fact, a country."
** In ''VideoGame/CookServeDelicious'', one of the random emails you can get is a message from the Immigration Protection Agency asking for information about a Mr. Jorji having shown up in the country with counterfeit documents and wanted by the Arstotzkan federal authorities for illegal activities.
** In ''VideoGame/TheStanleyParable'', in the corner of one of one of the hallways, there are torn up immigration documents on the floor, [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aQQjLlruiv0/maxresdefault.jpg exactly as they look in-game.]]
** While in Madagascar during ''[[VideoGame/{{Uncharted}} Uncharted 4: A Thief's End]]'', Nate and Sully pass by a crowded border checkpoint and Sully mentions that they'll have to deal with this kind of junk when they head back to the States and Nate says, 'Could be worse. Could be Arstotzka.'
** In the ''[[spoiler:[[FakingTheDead Presumed Dead]]]]'' ending of ''[[VideoGame/HenryStickminSeries Fleeing the Complex]]'', one of the closing shots shows Henry Stickmin going through Arstotzka customs.
* ''VideoGame/{{Polybius}}''
** The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS18E3PleaseHomerDontHammerEm Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em]]" episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' included ''Polybius'' in an arcade of "bad games", portrayed as property of the U.S. Government.
** In "The Age of Darkness" episode of ''Series/TheGoldbergs'', some girls can be seen staring into a Polybius machine next to a freshly installed ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' game in the arcade.
** Believe it or not, ''VideoGame/FarmingSimulator 17'' has a broken Polybius cabinet tucked away in the woods of Goldcrest Valley.
** ''Literature/{{Armada}}'' is based around the premise that video games are secretly government training tools to prepare the world for an alien invasion. ''Polybius'' itself is mentioned as being part of this program.
** A modified version of the Llamasoft interpretation of Polybius is the primary focus of the music video for the ''Music/NineInchNails'' track "Less Than".
* ''VideoGame/PunchOut:''
** ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' games often include a Punch-Out minigame in the 9-Volt levels.
** In ''Music/TheLonelyIsland'' song "Incredibad", the trio are said to be playing Punch-Out at the beginning.
** As mentioned above, a Punch-Out arcade machine is in an episode of ''Series/TheGoldbergs''.
* ''VideoGame/TechnicianTed:''
** "Macaroni Ted" in the [[UsefulNotes/AmstradCPC Amstrad]] and second [[UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum Spectrum]] versions of ''Jet Set Willy'' is a ShoutOut / TakeThat to this game.