EAT is the ultimate disruption of the hierarchical power structure at the heart of society. Those who own the means of production rule the masses. In the cruel world of UNCLE HUNGER, we are truly all slaves…

But with EAT we are passing the power into your hands. Do not wait one more second. EAT.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
144 Ratings

144 Ratings

Kadence💕❤️ ,


So I was looking at random apps and I found this one, it’s summer I have no friends so I played the game. It kept popping up with normal food until it came up with weird things like what I assume was human flesh a tooth weird green spaghetti a shoe a baby doll head a leaf with drugs a leaf raw eggs and papers, I kept “eating” until the captions god weird, they didn’t give me normal food and the captions said stuff like "You still feel pain" and thins like "You wonder what eat is trying to say" it’s just super unsettling to see everything morph into weirdness and I got to the end it started making a new sound and gave me messages like "Where’s the food??" And many others then it ended on a screen with the last mention, that’s it. Nothing else. Officially creeped.

Madie❤️mine craft ,

Weird vibes...

This game just gives me weird vibes! I was looking for games to play and stumbled upon this. It was all good with normal foods and stuff but the words it was saying got kinda weird, I didn't mind it though. As I kept playing for almost 30 minutes there was weird food popping up like teeth, shoes, leaves, leaves with pills on them, doll heads, gross looking green spaghetti, raw meat which I assume is human meat, and the words got weirder! It just gave me bad vibes but I am definitely going to show this to my friend to get her reaction!!!

PNWAlex ,

The app we needed, but perhaps don’t deserve

To those who have within them the capacity to understand the political and societal implications of EAT, your lives are about to be forever changed.

The intellectual girth of this simulation cannot be understated. EAT delivers — with both understated subtlety and a sharp bravado — a much needed message in the current political landscape.

Comrades, let us be freed from the shackles of Uncle Hunger. Let us rise up in an era of unprecedented prosperity and liberty. Let us be no longer tethered to the oppressive system in which we were created. Brothers and sisters... let us EAT.


Roberts & Co Bunsen Outlet Limited
101.9 MB

Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
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