Catch a Coke

Not only did Bandai release Catch a Coke as an LCD handheld game, but they also outfitted actual Coke vending machines with a version of the game. The idea was to play a quick round (10-30 seconds) while waiting for the machine to dispense a drink. [Source]

Speaking of video games mounted into soda machines, here’s a more recent Coca-Cola unit outfitted with a touchscreen pinball game.

The only question is whether this is a video game soda machine or a soda machine video game. Thanks for the tip, Shawn! [Source]

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

A rustic Zap vending machine from Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee. You can compare it with the modern version already in the archive. Meanwhile, here are Health-Up, Bounce, Invisible, and Aqua Bounce vedning machines.

Next up, here’s a Klimb vending machine from the Munch’s Oddysee demo for the original Xbox. It was removed before the game’s release.

Finally, here’s a clip featuring a rather aggressive SoulStorm vending machine from the canceled PlayStation 2 version of Munch’s Oddysee (or possibly Oddworld: Hand of Odd, depending on the source).