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I will give the developer TR8 Torus Studios points for being weird and unique here, with Godly Corp having you manage an office with a long tentacle.

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Features (according to the developer):

  • Tentacle Mechanic
  • Every level is something completely different
  • Hilarious humor and presentation
  • Compete on the leaderboard to be the best employee
  • Multitasking hell
  • Twists at every corner
  • Hidden lore bits throughout the whole game

I will admit some of it was quite amusing but it sadly didn't hold my attention for too long. The tentacle mechanics can be interesting but as a game, it just feels weird. It's an experience that will firmly test your patience as you wiggle your tentacle around and do various tasks assigned to you within a time limit and that's pretty much all there is to it.

Find Godly Corp on Steam.

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dpanter 16 Jan, 2019
Octodad comes to mind. Cthulhudad? :P
Amusing concept, though I wonder if this holds up beyond the initial encounter.
axredneck 19 Jan, 2019
Octodad meets Surgeon Simulator?
dpanter 19 Jan, 2019
Quoting: axredneckOctodad meets Surgeon Simulator?
Sprinkle a dash of Job Simulator on top and I think we got it! ;)
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