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Game Information
Platforms: Console
Players: 1-2
First appearance: "Marge Be Not Proud"

Bonestorm is an ultra-violent fighting game. It was released during the Christmas season in Springfield.


Bonestorm was released in a very aggressive marketing campaign. A TV ad for Bonestorm showed two kids playing a video game and being bored with it. Then the house shook, a hip-looking Santa crashed his sleigh through the wall, and his two reindeer growled and snarled at the kids. "Santa" then used a bazooka to shoot Bonestorm into their video console and shouted, "You want excitement? Shove THIS up your stocking!" After this, there were some shots of the kids playing the game and two six-armed characters on-screen beating each other while blood sprayed everywhere. The ad finished with the Santa character saying, "So tell your folks: 'Buy me Bonestorm or go to Hell!'"

The ad had its intended effect on Bart, as he immediately wanted to have the game. He went straight to Marge and said, "Buy me Bonestorm or go to Hell!" Marge wouldn't buy it because she felt it was too expenseive and too violent. However, Milhouse got the game, and was amazed by it just after entering his player nickname. He had tried to type "Thrillhouse," but ran out of space and ended up with "THRILLHO." Bart, passing the Van Houten home, heard Milhouse playing Bonestorm, went inside, and asked to play. Milhouse didn't want Bart playing the game, so he got Bart kicked out by making his mother believe Bart was swearing.

Bart next went to the Android's Dungeon and tried to buy the game for 99 cents, but he had mistaken its rental fee for a sale price, as Comic Book Guy sarcastically explained to him. With the misunderstanding cleared up, Bart then asked if he could rent a copy of Bonestorm. However, Comic Book Guy was out of rental copies, so Bart was again denied a chance to play the game.

Now frustrated, Bart went to the Try-N-Save to look at the game, and saw spoiled-rotten kid Gavin getting his mother to buy him two copies of the game, since Gavin didn't want to share with his sister Katelyn. Bart was dared to steal it by Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong and Sonic the Hedgehog. Lee Carvallo tried to talk him out of shoplifting. When the clerk left the game case unlocked, Bart attempted to shoplift the game, but was caught by store detective Don Brodka.[1]

Milhouse receives the game Bonestorm IO for his birthday.[2]


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The Simpsons: Hit & Run[edit]

Main article: Bonestorm II

A sequel called Bonestorm II was released. It was the plot of the sixth mission in Level One and the first half of Level Two in the game. In the Level One mission "Bonestorm Storm", Marge wants to collect and destroy a cargo of Bonestorm games inside a truck, with Homer's help. In the first half of Level Two, Bart wants to have Bonestorm II until he hears about Professor Frink's monster.[3]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Bonestorm is an obvious parody of the Mortal Kombat games and other fighting games. The two characters fighting each other in the TV ad bear a strong resemblance to the Mortal Kombat character Goro. The cover of Bart Simpson #84 shows a GameStation 979 with the games Rasslin 2013 and Bonestorm Legacy.