You’re a spectral cop on the beat in Ghostpol, bringing all the post-existential crime-solving angst of Murdered: Soul Suspect to the cutesy isometric mobile game genre. Not only does it feature soda machines, but there’s also a soda machine minigame.
Thanks for the screenshots, Tikhon!
The video game adaptation of World War Z might not have Brad Pitt, but at least players can ride out the zombie apocalypse with these well-stocked vending machines. Thanks for the screenshots, @pornski_eros!
This soda machine appears in Whispers of a Machine, a “sci-fi Nordic noir” set in a post-AI future. There’s even an achievement called Whispers of a Soda Machine associated with it. Special thanks to Ivy Dupler, the voice of protagonist Vera Englund, for sending this my way!
The years haven’t been kind to this post-apocalyptic Tana Cola machine from Far Cry New Dawn. These other soda machines also show some signs of wear since their last appearance in Far Cry 5.
Thanks for the screenshots, Chris!
When there are no most ghosts left in the wildlands to recon, treat yourself to a refreshing Eléctro energy drink in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. Thanks to Scott Murphy, legendary co-creator of Sierra On-Line’s Space Quest series, for sending this one in!
I know the game is called Dystopia, but with such stylish soda machines all over the place, how bad can it be? Thanks for the screenshots, KindredPhantom!
Contrary to Detective Murtaugh’s well-worn catchphrase, I believe that you’re never too old to appreciate the sleek stylings of an 8-bit soda machine, like this one from Lethal Weapon for the NES.
With this entry, The Video Game Soda Machine Project has officially collected 3,000 virtual soda machines. Thanks to everyone who has supported the site over the past two and a half years!
Why did the businessman cross the road in Monmallineun Tarokbeom, a 1996 Korean adventure game for DOS? To buy a soda, of course. Unfortunately, he gets popped for jaywalking and spends the rest of the game trying to break out of prison. [Source]