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Kim Kardashian: Hollywood goes Desktop

Aug 4 2014, 1:37pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming

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Kim Kardashian: Hollywood goes Desktop

The hyper successful Kim Kardashian mobile game is going to be available on the Mac OS X desktops.

Kim Kardashian is reportedly making a fortune on royalties for the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood developed by Glu Mobile. The app is estimated to make $200 million by the end of they year. Now Glu Mobile is expanding the platform for the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game. Glu Mobile announced the availability of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on the Mac App Store.

Originally released on iOS and Android in June 2014, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood reached #1 Top Free and #3 Top Grossing in the App Store and #5 Top Free and #10 Top Grossing in Google Play. The game features Kim`s likeness, voice, and creative influence as she guides players on their journey to success in Hollywood.  

"The initial success of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has been record setting for Glu and we are pleased to offer fans another platform on which to enjoy this innovative game" said Glu CEO, Niccolo de Masi. "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is tremendously immersive on larger desktop and laptop screens and we anticipate a positive response from the growing audience of Mac gamers around the world."

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood was originally released on the App Store and Google Play on June 25th and has since set a new Glu single-day revenue record for an individual title. 

About the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game:
Rise from the ranks of clothing store fashion consultant to basking in the spotlight at the hottest events with Kim Kardashian West herself. Players experience the drama and excitement of earning Hollywood notoriety by completing projects and tasks that lead to new career opportunities.  

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