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Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Soup ver 0.9 is a production loosely based on LSD, a trippy dream recollection available only on the Playstation console. Choose the first option to play in full screen mode. A different part of the adventure is unlocked for each new game attempted by the player.

Hold the left shift key to look around, and touch a wall to exit any room. Describing the game any further is equivalent to providing possible spoilers.

Name: Soup ver 0.9
Developer: Unknown
Category: Adventure
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB
Blogger Joe said at 3/27/2007 05:35:00 PM:  
I... I don't get it?

some rooms are very pretty and others are spooky.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 3/28/2007 01:07:00 AM:  
LSD is quite possibly the oddest game I've ever played.

Its so corkingly wrong and one of the few games where the playstation texturing actually feels at home ;)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 3/28/2007 03:37:00 AM:  
...what is this?

Is there a point to it? What's it trying to say?

Oh, I'm so confused...

Ok, any Japanese speakers? What does "tomare" (とまれ) mean?
Anonymous Anonymous said at 3/28/2007 05:05:00 AM:  
Tomare means "Stop!"
Blogger gnome said at 3/28/2007 08:18:00 AM:  
Too fantastic to bear... Brilliant. Now, let's play crystal meth while listening to the Beattles...
Blogger Joe said at 3/28/2007 11:10:00 AM:  
is there anything to this besides the obvious? the review declined to give any details for fear of "spoilers"
Anonymous Anonymous said at 3/28/2007 05:41:00 PM:  
i havn't played soup, but lsd is a self-branded "dream emulator", in which you explore a surreal polygon landscape - based on a journal of dreams kept by one of the development staff over a ten-year period - that shifts and changes as you play. it's one of the most haunting experiences on the playstation. i assume that soup is along the same lines.
Blogger Millie Herrman said at 4/01/2007 12:50:00 AM:  
Except Soup just seems to be a collection of themed boxes with sometimes interesting music. Since it's not even a 1.0 there could be something to this, but at this point it seems more lazy than poignant. The first room is as good as it gets.