It's a spoon. And yet, it's also a fork. Or is it either? It's a video game-type thing solo developed by Luke Tarlowe, and featuring musical contributions by DJ Yoshiman.
Take control of Lillian the Alien and her mind-controlled spork. Bring down an incomprehensible abomination of evil with a single piece of silverware, and witness copious craziness unfold across the planet!
See some screens!
More features than you can shake a spork at!
Master the art of Psycutlery! Lillian the Alien's trusty chimera of an eating utensil can do more than just scoop up food. Stick a spork in evil! Grab those monsters, and toss them into other monsters... send them spiraling out into the depths of outer space!
Perform up to five mini jumps in the air! Wave your arms around like a maniac to reach those high places... and to weave around treacherous terrain in ways never thought possible!
Wreak havoc with a wide array of special powers! Want to breathe fire? Or perhaps ninja stars? How about turning yourself into a tornado, wrecking everything in the way as you soar to new heights!
An expansive, varied world. Each of the 50 levels has its own look, gimmick, and overall identity to set it apart from all the rest. Hiding inside each of these healthy-sized stages is a secret, extra challenging "level in a level" with new surprises in store. We're looking at a total of around 100 unique areas!
A story-driven adventure that touches upon every emotion spanning from the silly and the strange, to the terrifying and the uncanny, to those tender, heartwarming moments, all featuring a cast of multi-faceted characters.
If story in your psychic spork game isn't your thing, it can all be turned off entirely. Enjoy a random, spork-slinging excursion with little to no context whatsoever! Maybe you'll even come up with your own story.
Yes, you can pet the dog. Most important feature, to be sure.
Ride a unicorn! Yep. And there's many more things to see beyond!