The best games like Octodad: Dadliest Catch are:
- arrow_rightRocket League
- arrow_rightHuman: Fall Flat
- arrow_rightSnake Pass
- arrow_rightShantae and the Pirate's Curse
- arrow_rightHello Neighbor
- arrow_rightWho's Your Daddy
- arrow_rightDarkestville Castle
- arrow_rightSausage Sports Club
10 Best Games Like Octodad: Dadliest Catch:
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1. Rocket League
Highly competitive soccer game with rocket-cars is the most comprehensive way to describe this game. Technically a sequel to Psyonix’ previous game - Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars; Rocket League successfully became a standalone sensation, that can be enjoyed by anyone. Easy to learn, hard to master game mechanics are perfect for the tight controls. Players are invited to maneuver the different fields within several game modes, from arcade to ranked game either 1v1, or in 2v2 and 3v3 teams. Using boosters will not only speed up the car but will allow the car to propel itself into the air.
Rocket League provides several levels of customization, where not only the color of your car can be adjusted, but the colors and form of the booster flame, different hats, and little flags. Or players can pick a completely different car. Collaboration with different franchises brought not only original transport but some famous cars, including Batmobile or Delorian from Back to the Future.
2. Human: Fall Flat
Human: Fall Flat is a low-poly adventure game with platforming elements and physics-based puzzles. You play as Bob, a fully customizable character that travels from one dream to another. Bob has neither no background nor superpowers. His abilities don’t differ from yours: he can grab things, climb ledges and so on.
Every level consists of multiple puzzles that can be solved in different ways. You can push and pull carts, break walls and interact with everything else comparable to your own size. The game heavily focuses on physics. Puzzles’ solutions are intuitive and make you act like in real life. In their core levels are quite linear: you need to reach the door at another side of the location to get into the next dream. While at the first levels you need to find exits from tiny rooms, the further you go, the larger locations become. There is a lot of content in the game in general, and it clearly references the sandbox genre where you can do almost everything you want.
3. Snake Pass
Think Like A Snake!When the tranquillity of Haven Tor is interrupted by a mysterious interloper only the unlikeliest of heroes can save the day! Meet Noodle the Snake and his hyperactive best friend, Doodle the Hummingbird, who together must reunite the missing Keystones with the magical gates that give Haven Tor its mythical power. A unique, physics-based puzzle platform game, Snake Pass challenges players to ‘think like a snake’ as they tackle precarious puzzles as only a snake can. Slither through long grass, coil around bamboo and climb out of trouble in the latest game from award-winning independent studio Sumo Digital!
- 15 brain bending, snake charming levels
- Master Noodle’s one-of-a-kind abilities
- Unravel the mystery of the nefarious gatecrasher
- Restore Haven Tor to its former glory
- Slither into every nook and cranny in search of cunning collectibles
- A brand-new soundtrack from fan favourite composer David Wise
- Unlock Time Trial mode and compete to be the slickest slitherer in the world
The winner of Sumo Digital’s inaugural Game Jam, Snake Pass was created by Seb Liese as a love letter to both the favourite games of his youth and his childhood pet snake. After winning, a full demo was produced and taken around various public shows where it was met with great enthusiasm by gamers of all ages. Buoyed by its success, full production began when the team returned home to Sumo HQ. The culmination has resulted in Snake Pass, a truly one of a kind game featuring the most unlikely of heroes; Noodle the Snake!
4. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse is an action platform game, the third installment in WayForward’s Shantae series.
The game follows the half-genie Shantae and takes place after an event of the Shantae: Risky’s Revenge. The main heroine abandons her genie powers and stars adjusting to the life of a regular human being. One day she comes across the previous game’s antagonist, a pirate named Risky Boots that tells her about evil and fearsome tyrant Pirate Master sealed long ago by genies wants to revive himself using Dark Magic. Now Shantae must form an unexpected alliance with her past rival to stop Pirate Master.
Regarding gameplay, Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse shares many similarities with previous games in the series. It is a 2D side-scroller that is not divided into several levels but rather takes place in one interconnected world. The game mostly consists of fighting enemies, solving puzzles, platforming sections, interacting with different NPC that can give you quests or sell useful items. Since Shantae abandoned her genie powers, in this game you do not use magic abilities, instead of throughout the game you collect different pirate items such as a pistol, a pirate hat, pirate boots, scimitar, and cannon. Each of them gives player new abilities that help in combat, puzzle solving or open previously closed areas of the game world.
5. Hello Neighbor
Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game about sneaking into your neighbor's house to figure out what horrible secrets he's hiding in the basement. You play against an advanced AI that learns from your every move. Really enjoying climbing through that backyard window? Expect a bear trap there. Sneaking through the front door? There'll be cameras there soon. Trying to escape? The Neighbor will find a shortcut and catch you.
Suspenseful horror gameplay (not jump scares) that focuses on sneaking around your neighbor's house
Constantly evolving experience where the Neighbor's AI counters your moves, and learns from what you do
Sandbox-style gameplay with plenty of environmental interaction and physics.
6. Who's Your Daddy
DescriptionWho's Your Daddy is a casual 1 on 1 video game featuring a clueless father attempting to prevent his infant son from certain death.Current Features
- A beautiful home for you to watch over your son in
- Physics based game play allowing you to move small objects as you please
- Beautiful compositions to be played on your baby's piano
- Two unique character types to play as
- Randomized locations of crucial items
- Awesome power ups for being able to do chores
- Available for PC, Mac and Linux/Steam OS
- Power Outlet Covers
- Cabinet Locks
- Peek-A-Boo: Makes the daddy invisible
- Bat Dad: Daddy can see baby's health and location through walls
- Say Momma: Daddy can see the location of important objects through walls
- Shoving forks into power outlets
- Chugging various cleaning products
- Scuba diving unsupervised in the tub
7. Darkestville Castle
Like any decent demon Cid spends his nights performing all kind of evil deeds to the peaceful people of Darkestville. Little does he know that his old arch enemy is about to change his life forever.
Live the adventure of Cid, the demon of Darkestville, a laid-back being of pure darkness that will see his evil routine life disrupted by The Romero brothers, a group of demon hunters hired by Dan Teapot, Cid’s arch enemy. Follow CId through an epic quest full of danger, intrigue, and ridiculous premises.
The game pays tribute to late 90’s point-and-click adventure games, featuring fascinating fairy-tale story and trendy visuals in Tim Burton’s style. It delivers more than 7 hours of truly enjoyable gameplay to both old and new generations. Dive into the unforgettable good old-fashioned atmosphere of classic adventure games and meet dozens of funny characters living in this amazing hand-painted world of Darkestville Castle.
• Point-and-click adventure classics in the same vein as Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle
• Lots of Tim Burton-esque gallows humor
• Funny characters and charismatic protagonist
• Dozens of carefully designed levels
• Quirky and trendy visuals
• Numerous puzzles
• Captivating story
• More than 7 hours of exciting gameplay
• Violence, horror and death-free adventure for all ages
• This Game has been awarded with an INDIE PRIZE as the BEST GAME NARRATIVE
8. Sausage Sports Club
Sausage Sports Club is a physics game about floppy animals playing sports!
Play solo or couch co-op with up to 4 friends in Adventure Mode! Compete, make friends, and explore the toy-filled Overworld as you make your way through a season of the hit reality show Sausage Sports Club.
Having a party? Perfect! Up to 8 players can compete or play together in Free Play! Any way you play, you’ll unlock tons of customizations in characters, skins, and hats.
9. Guilt Battle Arena
Engage your friends and family or compete against AI foes in frantic couch combat battles. Don’t forget to pick-up your bullet after firing your gun if you want to win!
* Enjoy the playful style with 7 Games Modes: Play hot potato with a bomb or capture the flag with canons. Will you dodge the rain of invincible chickens?
* Spice things up with 6 stackable gameplay modifiers: want to tryout jetpacks and then turn everyone invisible? Go for it!
* Now with bots. You are so good that nobody wants to play with you? Let see if you are good enough to defeat these maniacal bots!
* Select a character from 63 wacky costumes!
* Bring peace back to the galaxy by defeating the Dreadful Judge’s endless hordes of minions!
10. Balls and Magnets
Relaxing physics puzzle game with minimalist design.
Use the magnets to control the balls, attract or push - they must fall into the hole! Score the required number of goals to complete a level.
It's like billiards or golf, but with magnets as a tool!
- Unique physics puzzle game.
- 50 levels with different colour schemes.
- Relaxing visual and sound atmosphere.
- No stories, just puzzles and lots of balls!