Ice. Cold. Enjoy. Enjoy a refreshing drink while you explore a mysterious laboratory in The Assembly, a VR adventure for the PlayStation 4. Thanks to Janey and Ian for helping track this one down!
Bandai released Jungle Park, a delightfully weird point-and-click adventure game, across several platforms in 1996. This autumnal screenshot, featuring a pair of soda machines and the intriguing promise of “Throt Raceing,” is from the Macintosh version. [Source]
Jelysa uses these E-Bolt vending machines as checkpoints as she tidies her way through Amoeba Labs in SlimeTrials, a platforming clean-’em-up. Thanks for the screenshot, Renoki!
Someone is out to sabotage the Battle of the Bands, and its up to Barbie to crack the case in The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery for PC. And where better to launch her investigation than the school’s vending machines? [Source]
Meanwhile, I did some detective work of my own and discovered several sound files from The Barbie Diaries tucked away in a folder on the CD-ROM. Allow me to introduce The Video Game Soda Machine Project’s first Soda Machine Soundscape…
Are you not entertained? Well, what if I threw in a screenshot of some vending machines from the Game Boy Advance port of The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery?
If you’re searching for true joy in Clover Heart’s: Looking for Happiness for the PlayStation 2, might I recommend those soda machines in the background? [Source]
For a visual novel about a not-so-distant future where Earth is on the verge of societal collapse due to decreased birthrates, Gakuen Utopia: Manabi Straight! – Kirakira Happy Festa! for the PlayStation 2 certainly has a cheerful title. Oh, and a soda machine too! [Source]
Continuing the Video Game Soda Machine Project’s recent deep dive into Japanese visual novels, these soda machines are from Triangle Again, a musical adventure for the PlayStation 2. [Source]
You’ve washed ashore with amnesia in ISLAND, a visual novel for PC and PS4. Maybe a little caffeine will jog your memory. [Source]