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Jellyfish: Tentacle Debacle Life's easy if you're a jellyfish. Float endlessly through your days, scarf down some plankton and all is right in the world ... or is it? Not according to this game.

You've got to avoid hungry, seaborne predators as you travel the seven seas, give birth to jellyfish eggs and protect them from predators and environmental dangers while you try to navigate tricky ocean currents and eat as much plankton as you can. It's got great cartoon graphics and increasingly difficult levels to work though -- six in the free version, and 57 in the paid, which costs $3.49.

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