Pizza Planet (Richmond)

Pizza Planet

Years active Unknown
Number of games Dozens?
Located U. S. A.
Status Unknown


Toy Story is a series of all-CGI films in regards to the secret lives that all toys have, specifically the toys owned by a California boy named Andy Davis.

In the original Toy Story, there are a few scenes that take place at a sci-fi themed entertainment restaurant called Pizza Planet. Along with serving food, it has an arcade with many video, arcade, and redemption games of various kinds, along with rides. They are believed to run on tokens.

Known games, videoEdit

  • Annihilator
  • Kabookey!
  • Planet Killer
  • Scooter Attack
  • Others


  • Space Crane
  • Whack-A-Alien


  • All games in the arcade are fictional, although Annihilator is obviously a Pong clone. Whack-A-Alien was obviously influenced by the "chest burster" aliens in the Alien film series.
  • At one point during the original Toy Story, a Pizza Planet delivery boy enters a gas station and asks for directions to West Cutting Boulevard. West Cutting Boulevard is the street where the Pixar animation company (that created the Toy Story series and several other films) studio was at the time, in Richmond, California. It is assumed that Toy Story (along with the Pizza Planet entertainment restaurant) takes place in that city.
  • There are actual Pizza Planet restaurants in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios in Florida and Disneyland Paris. Like with the fictional Pizza Planet, the restaurants serve food and have arcades.


This arcade was featured in June, 2015.