This super realistic Dreams fry-up is making me very hungry indeed

Sizzle reel.

Media Molecule's Dreams is known for user-generated video games - platformers, shooters, puzzlers, that sort of thing. It is not, however, known for food.

But one developer at the Guildford studio has created a virtual fry up that looks so good you feel like reaching out to eat it - even if there's something a bit unnerving about the whole thing.

The fry up below, created in Dreams on a PlayStation 4, is the work of Media Molecule's senior principal designer John Beech. It's incredible detailed - you can almost taste the fried eggs just by looking at them. He calls it the "Full Beech Breakfast".

Where things get weird is when you see the Imp jumping around on the realistic food. It's a bit of a trip.

There's no video game to play here, although you can download the Full Beech Breakfast if you fancy moving a camera around a virtual breakfast.

Is it breakfast yet?

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