Condo-crushing, BAFTA-nominated Kaiju mayhem returns to Apple Arcade, App Store, and Play Store.

Super Monsters Ate My Condo, the enhanced remake of developer PikPok’s BAFTA-nominated hit, stomps onto mobile platforms today! Condo-crushing kaiju action roars to life on the App Store with a version for Apple Arcade subscribers and Google Play for show-stopping match-three mayhem.

When it comes to monsters, bigger is always better. The Super Monsters Ate My Condo remake offers updated visuals and a beefier experience to its gameshow-style parade of architectural demolitions. Help these supersized stars claw and tackle their way to stardom through the mass destruction of puny human housing. 

Each contestant has two minutes to wreak the meanest mayhem imaginable by swiping condos left and right. Match three units of the same color together to feed colorful Kaiju, power up with upgrades, and cash out with the most calamitous special abilities they can unleash!

Watch out—concrete apartments present problems for even the most ravenous monster, and approximately none of them are known for their patience when hungry. Higher contestant levels make it harder to maintain the combo counter while satiating these titanic terrors! Keep that demolition chain going and the monsters fed, or they will quickly rampage out of control.

Can the contestants keep this colorful cast of condo-nivorous creatures captivated? Or will the road to Kaiju stardom prove a bigger bite than they can chew?

“Super Monsters Ate My Condo was a mobile classic, and the resurgence of Kaiju movie love only makes it more important that we bring it back to the spotlight,” said Seb Featherstone, Experienced Product Marketer at PikPok. “We hope the modern device support and gameplay improvements will keep Kaiju fans happy for even more years to come.”

Super Monsters Ate My Condo is available now on Apple Arcade, the App Store for iOS, and Google Play for Android, with support for English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) language support, with Māori to be added post-launch. The App Store and Google Play versions are free to download with a one-time in-app purchase to unlock the full game. Apple Arcade subscribers can get the full game as part of the Timeless Classics collection. 

For more information, please visit the official PikPok website.