This project focuses on exploring the relationship between surveillance capitalism and individuals' personal privacy via the interactive game. In today’s cyber world, social media push product ads to users through accurate algorithms, users use their bank cards when shopping online. Or the ubiquitous surveillance to help the government manage social security. While people are amazed by the convenience of Internet technology, they have to worry about whether their privacy is being compromised by surveillance capitalism. Based on this, I created a virtual game space that reveals how surveillance capitalism exploits private data and transforms it into capital products or for their own benefit. The project is inspired by the invasion of ants by nematodes, whose invasion process is as invisible as the surveillance of capitalism. This is a way to express the invading process of Internet-based privacy data leakage. Players will reveal the secrets of surveillance capitalism and their means of invasion at the end of the game.