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IKEA Monkey is Back in 'IKEA Monkey the Video Game'
Darwin the monkey is back in our hearts and computers with this addictive game by a Toronto animator

Image via ikeamonkeyshirt.com

Darwin the IKEA monkey’s saga is not entirely over. A new flash game by Toronto animator Barnabas Wornoff adds to the mythos of what happened that fabled December day in the North York IKEA parking lot. You see, Darwin was there trying to build a Billy bookshelf, but he didn’t have all the pieces. So it’s up to you to help him collect all the pieces while dodging shopping carts, shoppers, and cars. You can also take out shoppers by throwing poo at them.

So if you’re looking to relive the memories, or simply waste the day at work, you can find the game here.

[Via Metro News]

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Megan Patterson is the Science and Technology Editor at Paper Droids and currently a Toronto Standard intern. She has also written for WORN Fashion Journal, Elevate, and Salon Magazines. She also tweets more than is healthy or wise. 

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