With all this money the Kardashian empire keeps pulling in, SoJones wants to bring some attention to what the new face of hanging out and commerce is. You might be reminded of this game by other ones like The Sims, etc. But what sets this apart is the avatar, real life aspect of being diva: All you have to do is turn down offers and walk down the street avoiding camera. This game is now beating candy crush saga and we know all the reasons why! In a move being called brilliant by marketers, SoJones looks more into the physical and mental aspects of even thinking about how to fall in love with this game. Here are some vital tips on how to make it big on Kim Kardashian’s Hollywood game:
- Start off an an E-lister (practically a nobody) and move your way up the social ladder.
- As you earn more props on the game, you gotta fill up your credit card info at the Star Shop.
- Who else wants to turn down modeling offers as a digital diva? I smell the money already!
On iTunes, the Hollywood game is the 4th most downloaded free app. It also takes the award for No. 4 top grossing game, According to Bloomberg business week. TMZ reports that Kim gets 45% of the new profits. What does Glu Mobile CEO Niccolo De Masi say about it all?
“It might be our biggest game of the year.”
This is huge news, and if you can believe that the kids are buying stuff within the game as a fast pace, you are absolutely right! Twitter is full of upset parents who wished they had extra encryption on that credit card right about now. Aylet Waldman tweeted this gem:
Evil, vile Kardashian Hollywood tricked my 11 yr old into spending $120 in 2 days. He’s crying hysterically. Pox on those fuckers.
Kim is a little smarter than the haters and that is why she has made it very clear how to get away from all the run-in’s you might have with the game. According to Perez Hilton’s website, at her appearance on Matt Lauer, she stated what to do:
“You just have to make sure that your parental controls are all set. I think you just have to be responsible, and don’t have your credit card linked to where your kid can just spend if they want to, or ask permission.”
Even cheats for this game are blowing up, to the point where SoJones believes kids will learn more about the rising costs of rent from this game more than anything. What say you, reader? Kim continues to be the smartest woman on the planet for providing kids a way to engage with consumerism. As long as precaution is taken, the game will help people learn how to escape from that boring desk work and join the fun! Leave some love for Kim in the comments!