Octopus Motor is a game company. We're currently working on They Came From Hollywood, a giant B-movie monster game for the PC.

You can find out all you need to know about us here.

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What does Octopus Motor mean, anyway? Well, The Golden Turkey Awards by Harry and Michael Medved details the making of director Ed Wood's awful "Bride of The Monster":

"Wood's script calls for Bela Lugosi to be squeezed to death in the tentacles of a giant octopus...he would dazzle his audience with a spectacular mechanical octopus he had copped from Columbia Studios. Only one problem remained: no one in Wood's crew could find the motor that was supposed to cause the beast to wiggle its fearsome tentacles. Stuck with a model octopus that did absolutely nothing, Wood instructed an off-screen stagehand to throw Bela Lugosi on top of the rubber creature and hope for the best. The film's unfortunate star struggles valiantly to convince us that a life-or-death battle is taking place between a terrified human and an insatiable beast...Lugosi sits on the passive octopus while flailing his own arms and trying to pull the tentacles around his body."

I figured it made either a good name for a band or a game company, and since my guitar playing hasn't really advanced beyond Ramones-level in fifteen years, we'll stick with "game company".

Note: Octopus Motor also used to be the name of this really old, really weird site I did back in 1995. You can still see it here.
I told you it was weird.
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