Britney Spears Takes On Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry With Own Mobile Game
After Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry, it’s time for Britney Spears to try and cash in on the mobile game frenzy. She has launched her first mobile game called “Hollywood Dream,” which, much like “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” and “Katy Perry Pop,” is interactive, fun and very addictive.Advertisement
Hollywood Dream was developed through a collaboration between the popular game developer Glu and Britney Spears. After the roaring success of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a game which earned $80 million globally, Glu decided to expand the “play-with-celebs” phenomenon and launched Katy Perry Pop on December 2015, reports The Verge.
And now, the company has struck a deal with Britney Spears on a 5-year contract to launch Hollywood Dream, where participants get a chance to become a superstar like Spears and gain guidance from her at every step.
With each new launch, Glu seems to be stepping up the finesse of the celeb games, which is apparent from Spears’ Hollywood Dream. According to mobile game addicts, the opening of Hollywood Dream is the best among its predecessors. Even the background music has been set right, with players getting the chance to perform gigs to instrumental tunes of Britney Spears’ “Toxic” and “Piece of Me.”
With such a favorable response already, there seems to be high possibility that Spears is going to beat the records of both Kim and Katy’s gaming apps.
According to TIME, Spears is bubbling with excitement at this new endeavor:
“I’m a creative person by nature. [N]ow I get to flex my creative muscles in a whole new way. I’m so excited to share this project with my fans. Mobile gaming is something completely new for me and I can’t wait to hear what my fans think of all the fun music, outfits, pets, and artwork. I hope they adore it as much as I do!”
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