Gamey is an electronic handheld gaming system and appears similar to a Gameboy Color. His body is dark forest green, and his screen is pastel lime-green. He has two circular red and cyan buttons on one side, and a light gray d-pad on the other.
Gamey first appears alongside Window and the Puffball Speaker Box in "Cooking for the Grater Good" as guest judges for the pizza contest. He first tried the Grand Slams' pizza, but noticed a daffodil in his slice, courtesy of Suitcase, and then noted the taste of disinfectant. Though he didn't enjoy the pizza, he gave a score of 5 after forgiving Suitcase's mistake.
Once it came to the Bright Lights, all three judges, including Gamey, thoroughly enjoyed Lightbulb's Cookie Pizza. Gamey remarked how he loved the shredded chocolate and gave an absolute 10. After the Grand Slams lost, Cheesy jokingly poured a bucket of water on the judges, causing Gamey, MePhone4, and PSB to short out. Window then laughed at Cheesy because he isn't electric.
After that, someone threw a hammer at Window, resulting in a big crack. He and the other judges then escaped. Later at the end of the episode, Gamey carpools with Window and PSB in Window's car.
ln "Theft and Battery", Gamey makes a brief cameo once again in Meeple Headquarters after an off-screen voice causes the camera to pan to Gamey sitting at a computer, though he redirects the camera to the right person. He also appears in the background running away while the alarms go off.
- While Gamey appears in Cooking for the Grater Good in his classic design, his cameo in Theft and Battery displays his new design, revealed by XanyLeaves for Object Overload Reloaded on his DeviantArt.
- Even though he, along with Window, is shown to have the Battle for Dream Island mouth assets in Cooking for the Grater Good, he is shown to have the Inanimate Insanity ones on Theft and Battery.