Best iPhone apps this week

Gambling, gaming, DJing and more – click on through for some apps galore. Wait, did that just rhyme? Sorry

Super Monsters Ate My Condo!

69p App Store

As if a name like Super Monsters Ate My Condo wasn't enough, the addition of an exclamation mark leaves no doubt as to the wackiness of this multicoloured tower stacker. With frantic two minute rounds, piles of powerups and over 90 achievements, it's ideal for a quick dip into mayhem when a little chaos takes your fancy.

£2.99 App Store

This gorgeous RPG adventure is powered by Unreal Engine 3, and it shows. Slinky-smooth graphics and stunning visuals compliment a cinematic storyline in which you must solve puzzles, explore an open world and challenge enemies along the way. Retina Display ready too – your eyes will thank you.

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Lili

69p App Store

Fancy walking around with a portable DJ system in your pocket? Then you could do a lot worse than djay. This professional mixing app lets your budding David Guetta or Grandmaster Flash mix tunes from their library, beat match, loop, scratch and more. And with AirPlay support thrown in, you can share your musical masterpieces for all to hear.

£Free App Store

Do ya feel lucky, punk? Well, do ya? Because if you do, you might just want to take Roller Casino for a spin for a chance to make some real-life moolah. New users get a £5 free chip before jumping into 19 casino games including roulette, blackjack, slots and video poker, with practice modes (thankfully) also available for money-free games.

djay

£Free App Store

RoadPal is a handy little app that lets you see what's coming up when you're out on the open road (read: stuck on the M25). From pubs, service stations and traffic reports, to prices for nearby petrol stations, RoadPal makes it easy to see what's further down the road so you can plan ahead in style.

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