Make no bones about it; these Real Good Puppa soda machines from An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs (a.k.a. Dog Airport Game) deserve all the ear scratches. They even have paw print dispensing buttons!
And, in what might be a video game first, you can pet the dog soda machine in Dog Airport Game!
Developer Xalavier Nelson Jr. of Strange Scaffold was even kind enough to share these behind-the-scenes images of Dog Airport Game, showing off light placement and collisions for the vending machines.
Check out these soda machines at the HeeHo Mart in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore and treat yourself to a refreshing drink. If you don’t like the selection (or if you’re intimidated by the chibi bald eagle), there are plenty of other options scattered around the city…
Thanks for the screenshots, Jason!
Show some love for this soda machine from the 2019 remake of the PC-98 visual novel YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World. Thanks for the submission, SalarymanDaishi!
The Fractal Dream soda machines from Paradise Cracked return in COPS 2170: The Power of Law, and this time, it looks like they’ve along brought a friend. Thanks for the submission, Loser Antbear!
Take a break from the cyberpunk tactical action in Paradise Cracked and enjoy a Fractal Dream soda. Each sip is as indistinguishably refreshing as the entire can! Thanks for the screenshot, Loser Antbear!
It’s always been my fantasy to travel on a train swanky enough to have its own drink machine, and thanks to Final Fantasy XV : Pocket Edition, that fantasy is now a reality. Thanks for the screenshot, lookat!
Life in the cyberpunk dystopia of Neon City Riders might be nasty, brutish, and short, but at least there are plenty of soda machines scattered around town.
Avoid the shadows to survive in Lightmatter, a first-person puzzler with “the floor is lava” mechanics, vending machines, and a cat named Lux.
I know cats aren’t soda machines, but how could I resist Lux? 😻
I assume “electrical store” here is a mistranslation of “electronics store,” and not a hip new name for the vending machines in Mega Man Battle Network 4. [Source]
Nothing washes down a freshly devoured god like an ice-cold soda, but this drink machine from God Eater Resurrection is unfortunately out of order.
If by “this way” you mean “super thirsty for an ice-cold drink,” I’ve got some great news, Shinya! Thanks for calling this soda machine to my attention, Tikhon!
Why should some anonymous goose get to have all the fun? Get Me Snacks casts players as a pigeon on a mission to gather food — and the occasional can of soda — while evading an ill-tempered shopkeeper.
I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag, but this soda machine from A Street Cat’s Tale is the cat’s meow! The kitten’s mittens! The cat’s pajamas! Why, I’d go so far as to say it’s purr-fect. Of course, I wish the cat would scoot along out of the road before curiosity gets it killed. It’s making me as nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.
Thanks to RobBoberty and his daughter for tracking this one down!
Feeling chilly? Bask in the warm glow of this vending machine from Lab 7: Cold Nights, an upcoming resource manage-’em-up adventure.
You’re on a quest to rescue your cat and prevent the robopocalypse in Super Crush KO, a whimsical fast-paced brawler for PC and Switch. Luckily, there are vending machines scattered around the city to save your progress. Others are just decorative…