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LSD: Dream Emulator is a video game released in Japan in 1998 for the Sony PlayStation video game console and is one of three products (the others being a music CD and a book) based on a diary of dreams that a staff member at Asmik Ace Entertainment had been keeping for a decade. It has earned itself a small cult following due to the generally disturbing nature of the game and its content.

In LSD the player navigates through a psychedelic dream world. The idea is simply to walk around and enjoy things in a dream environment. There are many bizarre environments in this world, and one way to travel through them is by foot. However, if the player bumps into walls or other objects in the game, they will be transported to another environment instantaneously through a system called "linking". Bumping into people, animals, or special objects usually results in a stranger dream.
Each dream can last up to 10 minutes, after which the player will 'wake up', when the screen turns black and the player is sent back to the game's initial menu. However, if the player falls off a cliff in the dream, then the player may wake up immediately. There is a graph that appears at the end of each dream that keeps track of the player's state of mind; the states are Upper, Downer, Static and Dynamic, as referring to the environments and the general feel of the dream the player just went through. Past states may have effects on later dreams.
While the player walks through an environment, the surroundings may suddenly change. For example, eyes may suddenly appear on the walls and stare at the player. Even if the player visits the same place twice, it may look quite different - sometimes, the textures of walls will change to subtly different versions or new items will appear for the player to encounter. One may also encounter strange creatures while roaming around, including a celestial nymph flying through the air, a wild horse running through the prairie, or a huge man filling up an entire room.

This can be played without knowing any japanese, the menus are in english.

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(7 Comments) Latest comment was 4 years ago
Anonymous 6 years ago
I need to download this and try it, thanks for the upload!
tazballkid View Profile
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5 years ago
Awesome game, i'm one of the few fans of the game. :)
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5 years ago
It's one of the best games in existence - not so much because of how fun it is, but because of how impacting and unique it is, and how much it breaks the 4th wall...it really feels like you're dreaming while you play it. Not to mention the fact that it's one of those rare works of art that is extremely disturbing yet somehow wonderful at the same time (kinda like Silent Hill or Alice in Wonderland).

Everyone should try it at least once (and play it for at least an hour - takes a while for the game's effect to truly kick in). It will weird you out, terrify you at times, and leave you highly disoriented...but it's an experience that just a few other games can give you. ;)
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5 years ago
Oh, should also say this in the description:


All bodies of water in the game rapidly flash between blue (or red) and white, so a Seizure Warning is definitely needed.
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5 years ago
I made a fan group in the groups section. So join and start chating about LSD: Dreamer. :)
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4 years ago
Thanks. Just noticed that the CUE file is incorrect. If your going to load the CUE to burn, you will need to change the file name in the CUE file.
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