Wreck-It Ralph is a 3D computer-animated movie produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released in theaters on November 2, 2012.
The story revolves around the titular character, an arcade game villain who rebels against his role as villain, and start a quest to become a hero. While in his adventure, Ralph meets many other characters, including some from existing video games.
A sequel, titled Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, will be released on March 9, 2018.
Some different video games were released to promote the movie:
Fix-It Felix, Jr. (2012), an actual arcade cabinet based on the game from the movie, never released in arcades, but only shown at conventions and in Disney parks. The gameplay is an almost perfect replica of the one showed in the movie. An online version with some slight changes is available at Disney.com.
Fix-It Felix, Jr. (June 7, 2012), online. A different version than the arcade one, it doesn't have an ending, and has different power ups and slight differences in graphics.
Hero's Duty (October 2012), online game based on the game from the movie, found at Disney.com.
Sugar Rush Speedway (October 2012), online game based on the game from the movie, found at Disney.com.
Wreck-It Ralph (October 30, 2012), the official movie tie-in game, released for Nintendo DS and Wii. The story takes place after the movie.
Wreck-It Ralph Storybook Deluxe (November 2012), an interactive ebook for iOS, including a recreation of Sugar Rush and its "Bake A Kart" mode.
Wreck-It Ralph (November 2012), an app for iOS and Android including three games based on the movie: Fix-It Felix Jr., Hero's Duty and Sugar Rush: Sweet Climber, then updated to include two more: Turbo Time and Hero's Duty: Flight Command.
Other promotional material for the movie includes an illustrated novel for kids, action figures and karts based on racers from Sugar Rush, a toy gun based on Hero's Duty and other toys.
Links to other series
Note: video game characters appearing "alive" in the movie create an in-universe link, while arcade cabinets that only appear as such only create a sub-universe link, because they only appear as games within the movie.
Also note that since some characters or games in the movie were created as original and generic, it's inevitable that they feature some traits similar to existing series, but those are not considered direct references. Most notably Hero's Duty is considered a generic sci-fi first-person shooter, and while it features elements from existing games it does so exclusively because it's of the same genere.