The game that nearly everyone has played but that few will admit, Candy Crush Saga, has received the honest trailer treatment from Smosh Games. The game, from the now universally despised King games, was making over $600,000 per day at one point from all those juicy, candy filled microtransactions.

The honest trailer dubs it “the Kardashian of video games” and “as addictive as crack but far less rewarding.” King, the maker of the game went on a rampage earlier this year and tried to copyright the words “candy” and “saga” then tried to bully other developers from using those words. All this despite the game itself is a shameless ripoff of generations of titles before it. How is that for some tasty evil?

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[via Gammasquad]