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Demi Lovato to get her own mobile game

Another app we never knew we needed

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 25 Jun 2015

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After announcing that Mean Girls will be getting its own mobile game a few weeks back, Pocket Gems is still hard at work to give us awesome mobile games. Billboard reports that they're releasing a Demi Lovato app for Android and iOS users.

While the name of the app hasn't been announced, we know that users will be able to choose their own adventure as they follow the storyline of becoming a famous musician. Fans will be pleased to know that the dialog, clothes and outfits are all selected by Demi. Even her dog Buddy will be in the game!

"If you incorporate an artist with Demi, it becomes more real, said Pocket Gems product manager Jameel Khalfan."You get to see things that have helped her along the way. We wanted to come up with a compelling story our users will love. They're all aware of her story." The game will be released later this summer.

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