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App of the Day: Super Monsters Ate My Condo

Welcome to CNET Australia's App of the Day, where you can see some of the coolest, silliest and most useful apps in action.

Monsters Ate My Condo (MAMC) is a bit hard to explain to anyone who hasn't played it. There are buildings. They fall out of the sky in pieces. You feed the pieces to monsters (preferably of corresponding colours) without letting the building topple over. One of the monsters is a giant crab. Another one is a giant unicorn. They get mad. There's a Brunhilde and a Japanese geisha finger. While this goes some way towards explaining the utter mad brilliance that is MAMC, you just can't know until you've experienced it for yourself.

This week, PikPok released the sequel Super Monsters Ate My Condo. It's everything about the first game, but made even more super, with new combo blocks, a chocolate wheel and — hats. So many hats. We suggest you go check it out.

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