Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin is a weird game. You play as a microscopic tentacled critter named Lemmy who accidentally ends up in the body of a dolphin-headed scientist. Your job is to navigate through the fishy brainiac’s insides to emerge through the other end unharmed.
The control scheme is so intuitive that no on-screen buttons are necessary at all. Each time you tap, Lemmy shoots out a suction-cupped tentacle that sticks to just about anything. So you tap, tap, tap your way along, moving Lemmy around obstacles with grace, precision, and speed.
The obstacles and enemies you encounter are numerous and unforgiving. Organ walls might shift together, so you have to make sure you don’t get crushed. The flow of bodily fluid might pull you in one direction that you have to adjust Lemmy’s grip against. Pinwheels of spiky teeth and veins full of poison can all do you harm. It’s all horribly disgusting, but also awfully inventive.
Although just about everything about the game is cartoonishly disgusting, even the squeamish should check it out. The unique gameplay and offbeat sense of humor make this crazy platformer a giant winner.
You can find the game on the following link:
Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin (iPhone) $0.99 http://is.gd/QPjKoF
This game is not available on Android.