Buzz·Posted on 6 Dec 2013Introducing Christmas Dinner In A TinJust... no.by Ailbhe MaloneBuzzFeed Staff, UK FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Games shop GAME have created a Christmas dinner in a tin, for gamers who don't have time to stop and eat on Christmas day. Game They explain. "To create the Christmas Tinner designer Chris Godfrey processed the food and sealed it with gelatine, placing each layer in the tin one at a time. All the gamer has to do is open and eat". YUM! Here is a a gamer eating his Christmas dinner from a tin. He doesn't look too pleased about it. Game People are certainly interested tro try it. Games Asylum @gamesasylum Looking forward to the GAME Christmas Tinner unboxing videos. 03:22 PM - 05 Dec 2013 Reply Retweet Favorite Games Asylum@gamesasylumLooking forward to the GAME Christmas Tinner unboxing videos./ Via Although they're cautious. wilma @marcwillmore Game's "Christmas Tinner" looks more like dog food - but i'm intrigued about trying one... http://t.co/JnAXx0FuU3 via 09:10 AM - 06 Dec 2013 Reply Retweet Favorite wilma@marcwillmoreGame's "Christmas Tinner" looks more like dog food - but i'm intrigued about trying one... http://t.co/JnAXx0FuU3 via/ Via Very cautious. Laura Murphy @lollimurphy Nothing warms the heart like a delicious Christmas Tinner... 09:59 AM - 05 Dec 2013 Reply Retweet Favorite Laura Murphy@lollimurphyNothing warms the heart like a delicious Christmas Tinner.../ Via Unfortunately, the Tinner isn't yet available to buy. Game However, Game say that they are "considering putting the product into production if there is enough gamer demand."