Starwhal is a narwhal jousting game. It's set in an '80s neon rendition of outer space. What more do you really need to know?

Oh yes, and it has OVER 9,000 NARWHAL COSTUME COMBOS. Also it's pretty fun. I guess that's important too.

For real though, Starwhal is a fun concept—flip-flopping physics-based unicorn fish combat—that's been expanded out to a full game. Where once it was merely a local multiplayer game about skewering hearts on your majestic space horn, it's now added these things for a full release:

  • 4 player local multiplayer mayhem - 90+ costumes, 25 arenas, and 4 game modes to duke it out with friends or AI players.
  • 32 single player Obstacle and Target challenges with leaderboards, ghost replays, and achievements.
  • Successfully made it through Steam Early Access, shaping the game around the feedback from fans around the world.
  • New radical graphic effects!
  • You can be a space narwhal wrapped in a burrito.

And sweet wall/'whal jumps:

I'm down, though as ever I wonder how much meat this one has on its burly whalbones for people who don't always keep three friends in their storage closet in case of local multiplayer-related emergencies.

Also "just the tip" is a dumb subtitle. Sorry. I get the joke, but no.

As a game, though, the core of Starwhal is an unabashedly silly good time. You can grab the full version on Steam right now.