In a surprising development, Kim Kardashian has decided to shut down her iconic mobile game, “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood,” marking the end of its dominance in the virtual realm for nearly a decade. The reality TV star confirmed the decision in a heartfelt statement to The Post on January 3, expressing her desire to redirect her focus toward “other passions.”
The game, which allowed players to embark on a glamorous journey to stardom alongside Kim Kardashian, enjoyed immense success since its launch. Kardashian conveyed her gratitude to the vast fan base that embraced the game over the past 10 years, recognizing its profound impact on her and expressing appreciation for Glu Mobile, the company instrumental in creating the virtual experience.
The virtual adventure mirrored Kim’s real-life ascent to fame, immersing players in a quest for stardom through avenues such as acting and modeling. As the SKIMS mogul found love within this simulated journey, players worldwide became captivated by the game’s addictive allure.
Despite its popularity, “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” has been removed from both the Apple and Android app stores. Notifications have been sent to users who had the game downloaded, informing them that in-app purchases are no longer available. Furthermore, the game itself will become inaccessible from app stores after April 8.
This move signifies the conclusion of an era in the digital landscape, as the game’s absence marks the end of an influential chapter in the virtual world crafted by Kim Kardashian. The decision reflects a shift in priorities for the celebrity, emphasizing her commitment to exploring new endeavors beyond the realm of the virtual Hollywood.