Although it's probably unnecessary to list it here, this game features a unique aster egg: if you use the computer in Weird Ed's bedroom, the original PC version of Maniac Mansion will launch. This "game-within-a-game" is listed plainly on the game's cover, and is probably one of the best extra features ever. The first game on which Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman served as project leaders. They've both cited it as the most enjoyable game they've ever worked on, and Dave Grossman has proudly called it "probably the best thing I've ever done.
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The octopus is a soft-bodied, eight- limbed mollusc of the order Octopoda. Around species are recognised, and the order is grouped within the class Cephalopoda with squids , cuttlefish , and nautiloids. Like other cephalopods, the octopus is bilaterally symmetric with two eyes and a beak , with its mouth at the center point of the eight limbs " tentacle " is used as an umbrella term for cephalopod limbs; however, within a teuthological context; "arm" is used to refer to such limbs while "tentacle" is reserved for feeding appendages not found on octopuses. The soft body can rapidly alter its shape, enabling octopuses to squeeze through small gaps. They trail their eight appendages behind them as they swim. The siphon is used both for respiration and for locomotion , by expelling a jet of water.
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No one knows just how many species live in the Amazon rainforest -- scientists estimate that it's home to one-third of the world's animal and plant species. There are still thousands out there waiting to be discovered -- like these six new catfish with faces covered in tentacles. They have tentacles on their snouts, they have spines that stick out from their heads, almost like claws, to protect themselves and their nests, and their body is covered with bony plates like armor," says Lesley de Souza, a conservation scientist and ichthyologist at Chicago's Field Museum and lead author of a paper in Zootaxa describing the new species. The new catfish are all members of the genus Ancistrus , also known as bristlenose catfish. If you've ever had an aquarium, you might know them as the sucker-mouthed "algae-eaters" that help keep tanks clean.