This Trip Cola machine from State of Decay seems to have replaced the Big O Cola machine that previously appeared in the game. Maybe the Big O was too intense? Thanks for the screenshot, Nyt Vyper!
So, I guess this vending machine from horror parody Lost in a Forest sells cans of soda and…bricks?
The key to survival in Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3: Kowareyuku Machi to Kanojo no Uta, the third game in the Disaster Report series, is keeping your stress meter under control. What better way to relax than with an ice-cold drink? Thanks for the screenshot, NeoGamer!
You better wake up. The world you live in is just a caffeine-free cup of coffee. There is another world beneath it — the real world. And if you want to survive it, you better learn to find soda machines like these from Blade for the PlayStation.
Dig your old cell phone out of the junk drawer and sneak up on this soda machine from the mobile version of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Raven Shield.
What they don’t tell you while you’re busting out tasty riffs in Mirai Rockstar is that the fans aren’t actually there to see you perform. They’re just queuing up for the soda machine.
Dustbowl is a post-apocalyptic adventure with Commodore 64-inspired visuals. I was exploring an abandoned subway when I stumbled across this broken-down vending machine.
Ghost Hospital is a supernatural GBC-style RPG about anxiety, which is probably why the soda machines in the lobby are out of order.
You’re a berserker paramedic in Emergency Monster Team, and nothing cools that fiery bloodlust like a refreshing soft drink!
Part of making your hospital world class in mobile clicker Doctor Madness: Hospital Surgery & Operation Game is upgrading patient amenities like the soda machine in the waiting room.
Will you make it to your plane on time in An Airport Game? Not if you get distracted by the Plz Plz Plz and SP soda machines!
Nothing eases the pain of being trapped in a mysterious time loop that inevitably ends with goblins stabbing you to death like a refreshing Dr. Pop!
Exile battles Master Sage in front of a Yan-Lo vending machine in Tao Feng: Fist of the Lotus, a fighting game for the original Xbox.
This Oca-Ola machine appears in Madam Tuzoo’s wax museum in AmsterDoom, a Dutch first-person shooter where players must defend Amsterdam from an alien invasion. It’s honestly more Duke Nukem 3D than Doom, but I guess AmsterDuke isn’t such a great title.
The vending machine in this crime scene from Criminal Case is out of service, which is probably a good thing, since the last thing this break room needs are more snacks and drinks strewn about.