LSD – Dream Simulator

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I just picked up a ROM of this gem and let me tell you all it’s the strangest game I’ve ever played. You take the role of an unknown protagonist exploring various dream worlds and interacting with different people or creatures. Dreams are generated depending on its content following a weird grid that have 4 ends of a spectrum: UPPER, DOWNER, STATIC, and DYNAMIC. You play the game as you would walk around in a dream. Examples include walking through a house with an endless corridor in the basement, a man in a suit and hat that stalks you, a flying pterodactyl, a giant face jutting from the wall, being swallowed by the sun, and so much more. Just explaining this game makes my head hurt. Check it out some time if you’re looking to trip balls.

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    7 Responses to LSD – Dream Simulator

    1. Dope, I’m going to try this. It sounds spectacular.


    2. I want to go to there. I haven’t looked at emulations in forever ago.


    3. heard about this a while ago, never thought to pick up a rom. im super noob at that crap, i think i had a ps2 emulator at one point but i dont think i let it live long. couldnt figure it out. program reccomendations?


    4. heres a rom for your troublesssssssssss

      now what emulator should i uuussee…… ???!?!?!?!?


    5. Super Nintendo = ZSNES

      What can I say. I miss the good old games. Have a Genesis once as well but can’t find it.


    6. Get ePSXe as the emulator. I’ve played this. It’s as unnerving as it sounds.


    7. I was able to dig my old xbox out of the closet and turn it into the computer that it really is by going through a series of long complicated (and illegal) steps. Now, my xbox is pretty much a ps3 with crappier graphics – it plays games, emulators, dvds, music, and can surf the internet. I have lots of emulators, like sega genesis, psx, snes, nes, gameboy advance, and n64. I was able to dig up a rapidshare of LSD, but in 6 parts (it’s a huge friggen file). If you have an xbox and the original game Splinter Cell (10 dollars on ebay), you can purchase a kit for 30 dollars that includes a card, an adapter, software, and detailed instructions. At least now I can make use out of an old system I used to never play.


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