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Kim Kardashian Proud Of Her New App

July 05, 2014 10:01 AM by Stephanie Gustafson


Kim Kardashian’s new app has received a ton of criticism on Facebook, but for every hater, there’s at least two¬†Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans raving about the game. Kim recently took to Twitter to thank her followers for all the support…and to encourage them to continue playing Kim Kardashian: Hollywood!

Fans are raving about Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the new mobile game starring the queen of reality television. Kim first announced the app a few weeks ago, promising fans that they would soon be able to experience stardom for themselves. Since then, players have enjoyed the ability to make their own customized avatars and dress them in cute designer outfits. These avatars are then allowed to pose for exclusive photo shoots, strut their stuff on the red carpet and, of course, dance the night away in the hottest clubs.

Kim Kardashian’s game is free to download, but as with many of today’s popular microtransaction apps, it winds up costing users a pretty penny when all is said and done. But the potential for blowing a lot of money is not enough to keep fans away from the app; many describe the game as super addictive.

Although she believed that fans would love her new app, Kim was still blown away by the rave reviews from the Twitter community. She expressed her gratitude by tweeting, “I’m seeing you guys are loving my new game app! Makes me so happy! I worked really hard on this and love that you guys are enjoying it!”

Have you played Kim Kardashian: Hollywood? What did you think of the game? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!



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Photo Credit: Kim Kardashian Instagram

Topics: E! Reality TV Shows, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim Kardashian |

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