The Egg Game from I Think You Should Leave is real and you can play it now

Egg Game - I Think You Should Leave
Pictured: I Think You Should Leave, Season 3, Episode 2 "I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT"
//Dude, you ran out of eggs. Would you like to buy an 80-pack of eggs?
Brodie Fogg
Jun 01, 2023
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Published on May 31, 2023

The third season of Tim Robinson's incredibly popular sketch comedy I Think You Should Leave only just released on Netflix on the 30th of May and already someone has recreated the simple, yet confounding, Egg Game from Episode 2 of the new season. You can play it here, at egggame.org.

The game's increasingly obscure mechanics require the player to feed eggs to another egg.
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If you haven't seen the new season yet, the Egg Game in question appears in a sketch halfway through Episode 2 "I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT". The sketch itself is embedded above. 

The show's creator Tim Robinson plays an office worker who is distracted by a game on his computer while his overworked colleagues unload their bottled-up concerns.

The game's increasingly confusing and obscure mechanics require the player to feed eggs to another egg.

Sometimes one egg is just one egg and sometimes it's 40 eggs. As the coworkers also become wrapped up in the game, there's a special surprise waiting for the player once enough eggs have been fed to the egg. We can't confirm whether that same surprise awaits those who play the Real Egg Game because we've never gotten there before. 

To err on the side of caution, maybe avoid playing Egg Game at work. But honestly, you shouldn't be in trouble at all. 

It's easily one of this season's most memorable sketches. That's saying something because Tim Robinson has once again released an entire season of sketches that will go on to fuel gifs and memes for many years to come. 

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It's not clear whether the playable Egg Game is the official Feed Eggs game from I Think You Should Leave, but the original artist, Alec Robbins, is credited on the page.

Robbins, a designer and comedy writer who currently works for Squanch Games, was tasked with creating the Feed Eggs animation for the I Think You Should Leave sketch and according to a Tweet, "made it a fully-playable fake game for some reason."

Whoever created this version of Egg Game is encouraging players to donate to the Ruth Ellis Center— a social services agency in Detroit that supports homeless and at-risk LGBTQ+ youth. You can donate here too

I Think You Should Leave Season 3 has come at a convenient time for Netflix, as password-sharing restrictions across the world encourage more subscribers to cancel their subscriptions

If you're one of the many who are only holding on for more I Think You Should Leave, consider checking out an alternative streaming service

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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