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LSD: Dream Emulator

LSD: Dream Emulator

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Descr: LSD: Dream Emulator is an exploration game developed and published by Asmik Ace Entertainment for the PlayStation. In LSD, the player explores surreal environments without any objective. The player can only move and touch objects that will warp them to another setting. Wikipedia
Initial Release Date: October 22, 1998
Developer: Asmik Ace
Composer: Osamu Sato
Producer: Osamu Sato
Artists: Osamu Sato; Kazuhiro Goshima; Noboru Iizuka
Publisher: Asmik Ace

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