And not just any finger. A finger wearing a top hat.
An octopus cooking for you? Must mean that there's new DLC coming for Octodad: Dadliest Catch. Coming later this summer, the Shorts add-on (because, y'know, it's hot) will be free and features new levels where you'll need to pretend that an eight-armed underwater creature is a just a normal ol' human father.
Octodad is an octopus in a suit, and he pretended to be a human dad just fine. Cthulhu has an octopus-like head, so why couldn't he get away with it too?
"Octodad was a fun, fascinating example of humour tinged with tragedy—a tragedy many people won't see, of course, which is fair—but one that resonated with me greatly." Starbound writer Ashton Raze, in a Telegraph article on how playing Octodad: Dadliest Catch reminded him of his own medical condition.
Octodad may be a family man living a quiet life in the suburbs, but life can get pretty hectic when you're a 6 foot tall octopus in a suit pretending to be a human. Take a look at what the poor cephalopod has to deal with.
Dadliest Launch: Octodad, the silly octopus/dad simulator, is launching on Steam, Humble, and GOG on January 30th. It'll also drop sometime later for the PS4. Here's the (rather dramatic) launch trailer. Being an Octodad ain't easy, kids!
Dadliest Voices: check out this new footage of Octodad: Dadliest catch, one of the silliest titles coming to the PS4 (and PC later this year). Now it has voice-acting! But also/more importantly: lots of hijinks.
I don't always enjoy motion controls, but if there's one game that I feel shouldn't be without them, it's the one where you control a wildly flailing octopus masquerading as a human husband and father of two.
The thing about humor, Phil Tibitoski told me, is its ability to mask hidden truths—sometimes, these are things that are actually kind of disquieting. This somber remark seems strange coming from the president at Young Horses, the folk behind Octodad: Dadliest Catch—an amusing game about the difficulty that comes…
The video game about the difficulties of secretly being an octopus while wearing a business suit, Octodad, is getting a sequel. But it won't happen without the help of people hungry for third-person tentacle stealth action willing to spare some change.
Octodad is the video game tale of one suit-wearing dad whose wife and kids don't realize he is an Octopus. Despite what its developers from DePaul University told me today at the Game Developers Conference, I'm sure it's not a documentary. I'm also sure that they've created a Kinect demo of the game, because…
Loving husband. Caring father. Secret octopus. This is the tagline for Octodad, an adventure game in which players struggle to raise a family, maintain a secret octopus identity and somehow walk upright on tentacles.