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Literally enter the mind of Professor Phluff, a mad scientist with a dolphin head who's obsessed with making the world a cuter place. But everything has gone horribly wrong. Dr. Phluff’s mind has become infested by the cute creations he so dearly adores and they’re making him even crazier than he was before. Luckily, his subconscious has a plan and will help you on your journey. Navigate as Lemmy, a rubbery tentacled monster, and clean out each layer of Dr. Phluff’s troubled psychosis. Use the intuitive, controls to avoid tricky projectiles and surface hazards, while snacking on eyeballs along the way.  From paranoia to hysteria - the goal is simple - clean out each layer of Professor’s Phluff’s mind and survive for as long as possible.
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