Remember a couple weeks ago when MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes misspoke and called Bernie Sanders, “Bernie Sandwiches”? Probably not, but someone did, and he went a step further than just making another meme out of it. Instead, he made a whole video game, and you can now relive Hayes’ screwup every day by helping the presidential hopeful navigate a path of sandwiches through the primary states.

According to the iTunes App Store, the Bernie Sandwiches game is based entirely around Chris Hayes’ jumbled words, and it features a Mario-like Sanders hopping through the Midwest and fulfilling his hunger along the campaign trail. Judging from the reviews, there are no clear levels or extra lives, but there are lots of sandwiches.

Bernie Sandwiches was developed by Gregory Storm, a Sanders supporter who says that a portion of the profits made from the game’s advertising revenue will go to the Sanders campaign.

https://twitter.com/chrislhayes/status/697244780493979648

The game is free, but there are in-app purchases; if you want to make it to the White House, you might have to pay Mr. Storm a couple bucks—something we’re pretty sure that Bernie wouldn’t get behind.

That may be why Storm specifies that the game is not endorsed by Sanders himself. Either way, it’s available for download now, and is compatible with the iPhone and iPad.

[via iTunes App Store]