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Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin lets you play as a microscopic, squishy, stretchy, black-tentacled creature named Lemmy who accidentally ends up inside a mad scientist.
The graphics for this game are beautiful as you travel through Professor Phluff's anatomy, with organs and other mushy organic material giving you the feeling of being inside a living being. The sounds are equally as impressive, with burbling sounds and bubbles as you try to make your way to the end of each level.
The object of the game is to avoid obstacles and eat the eyeballs of strange creatures that inhabit the insides of Professor Phluff as you make your way to the end of each level. Like many games these days, Tentacles uses a three-star rating system for each level, but divides up your rating based on whether you died during the level, whether you completed an in-level challenge, and whether you grabbed all the collectibles. Getting a perfect score is not easy, especially in later levels, and this is in part due to the control system.