Kim Kardashian’s younger (half-) sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner have announced that they’re working on an app of their own. Yesterday afternoon, Kylie tweeted: ‘Kendall and I are excited to announce that we are working on our own mobile game! #KendallKylieGame #staytuned’ She attached a cartoon image herself and her sister that looks like it’s taken from the game, making clear that it will most likely revolve around them, because duh, this is the Kardashian/Jenner family we’re talking about.
I guess this was inevitable after the success of Kim’s game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which earned $1.6 million in its first week of release last June. The same developers, Glu Mobile, are behind the Jenner sisters’ app.
Kendall is 19 and a model, while Kylie, 17, is a ‘personality’ who’s currently working on her first single with the help of Chris Brown and boyfriend Tyga. This won’t be the sisters’ first business venture: they’ve previously released a (ghost-written) sci-fi novel Rebels: City of Indra and collaborated on a clothing range for American brand PacSun.
There’s no word yet on exactly what the game will involve, or how much you could end up wasting on in-app purchases, but if it’s half as successful as Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, it will still be a success. If not, though, I don’t think the girls will need to worry too much: Kylie’s just bought a $2.7 million pad in L.A while Kendall’s in demand on the catwalk, as well as the new face (body) of Calvin Klein underwear. And neither of them is twenty yet. Good work, universe.