Google is launching its new super meat-boy game called Super Meat Boy on Monday.
It will be a collaboration between the Google Play and Amazon services.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced the partnership in a video on Monday, and it has since been picked up by outlets like The Verge.
It is likely that the app will be an expansion of the Google+ app that already exists.
The game will be free to download and playable from the Google App Store.
It has not yet launched.
“Super Meatboy’ is a game for players who love meat,” the app description reads.
“In Super Meatboy, you are the only person on Earth.
You can only eat meat that’s already been cooked.
You don’t have to make any special effort to get the best flavor.
This game will challenge you to get your best flavor in every single bite.
You must eat meat, and you must be willing to give it a good go.”
It also promises that you’ll get your “best flavor” at every single meal, even if you are just passing by a burger shop.
“Super MeatBoy will have a number of ways to improve your food choices,” the game description reads, “from improved cooking, to improved presentation, to even better quality.
We also want you to know that you can even earn bonus points by eating special treats.”
There is currently no word on when or where the app might launch, but the game will launch alongside Google’s other big apps.
Google Play has long been a big home for games, especially for social networks, with games like The King of Kong, Candy Crush Saga, and more.
It also has the ability to integrate with the Google Assistant, and Google recently launched a new version of its Google Assistant.