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Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on Facebook.

06 Oct 14

Hold the phone.

Facebook has partnered with Glu to launch Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on Facebook.

People can now play the popular game on both desktop and mobile, one of the many benefits that developers see in bringing cross-platform games to Facebook. On Thursday, Glu is also launching a 2.0 update to the game, allowing players to visit Italy and pick out an engagement ring within the game — something players can now do across devices.

“I really enjoy engaging with my fans through Facebook and Instagram, that’s why I’m so excited that Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is now available on Facebook,” said Kim Kardashian West. “I continue to be so proud of this project and hope my fans enjoy the fun updates coming soon!”

More than 375 million play games with Facebook on mobile and desktop each month, and this is an opportunity for fans of Kim Kardashian to connect with the star and play her popular game on Facebook.

The updates to the mobile game will be available in the Apple App Store and Google Play today, and the game is available on Facebook here: http://bit.ly/1owVkf9

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