I haven’t played Octodad, but that’s only because I’ve been waiting for something a bit more Lovecraftian. In it, you play as an octopus who has disguised himself as a person by wearing people clothes and doing people things. Your goal is to not let the peoplefolk know you’re not entirely human.
I’m guessing Cthulhudad — totally not a real game, though it really should be — would take a similar approach, only with more ritual sacrifices, death, pain, and aguish — you know, all the things Cthulhu likely requires for nourishment.
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