Snatch'em is a fast-paced multitouch game for up to four players that was developed in winter '08/'09 by Annette Hameister, Hans Pfau, Katrin Köhler, Lusia Erldorfer, Martin Hauffe and Nancy Wuttke, then students of the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin. The game won the German Computer Game Prize for Best Student Concept in 2009 (worth €35.000).

The game is played by two to four players. The game mechanics are deceptively simple: Cute little animals run around the tabletop, and your objective is to collect five different ones in your own haystack. The first player to do this wins. If you collect two animals of one species, however, both disappear. Snatch'em is a full contact game. Stealing animals from opponent's haystacks is explicitly allowed, as is defending your haystack using physical force.