Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the popular mobile game created by Kim Kardashian, is set to shut down after nearly a decade since its release. The game, which allowed players to live out their A-list dreams and increase their fame, featured appearances from Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and Kris Jenner. In a statement to BBC Newsbeat, Kim confirmed the closure and expressed her gratitude to the game’s community. The game was a free-to-play title, but players had the option to purchase in-game currency to progress in the game. Kim stated that while making the game was meaningful to her, she now wants to focus on other passions. The game has been removed from app stores, but existing players can continue to use its features until April 8th. Despite initial doubts, the game was a huge success, earning over $160 million and being recognized as one of the best games of the decade. BBC Newsbeat has reached out to Glu Mobile’s parent company, Electronic Arts (EA), for further comment.