There are those playing the Kim Kardashian game that don’t need cheats or to hack the system, instead they’ve reached the top ranks without any walkthrough and strangely without any real love for Kim Kardashian. The app has grown in popularity very rapidly and this is due to what you can do in the application, rather than loving the celebrity behind it.
We’ve already touched on Kardashian game cheats and those that use hacks to cheat the system, although today we wanted to highlight a blog article that features some of the so-called “A-listers” for the popular Android and iOS app.
Three Kim Kardashian game A-listers – you can see a quick profile of a few A-listers within this article on the Washington Post, which also highlights the fact these high profile players haven’t even followed the celebrity and opens a debate on what it means about the Kardashian game sensation expected to reach around $200 million in sales.
We see within the article a player from The Netherlands, Dallas, and Northern New Jersey. Two of the mobile gamers are 19 years old and the other is just 15, and while they’ve all watched at least one episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, they don’t see themselves as fans. The group of players all reached the A-Lister status in about one week, or just over, and none of them spent any real world money on the app.
The Kim Kardashian Hollywood game tips given by these app players didn’t involve cheats, or hacks, but rather to start using activities with full energy at 1-3 hours to help star status in one sitting, go on dates regularly, and be very careful on what you spend money on or Kim points.
Do you feel the need to use cheats in games to save time, or are you happy to reach the top the natural way? Also, if you play the Kardashian game is it without cheats?
Take a look at the WP article for the full Q&A for these A-Listers, and then leave a comment below with your thoughts on this apparent app sensation that will certainly make Kim a lot of money.
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