Are you into Britney Spears and celebrities in general? Pop music? Mobile games? You own an Android phone and have eighty or so megabytes of free storage space on it? Well then, today is your lucky day because Britney Spears: American Dream has just hit the Play Store as of a couple of hours ago. This free-to-play mobile game is developed by a well-known American developer and publisher Glu Mobile responsible for numerous license-based titles such as SpongeBob Dinner Dash, RoboCop, and Terminator Genisys: Guardian.
Britney Spears: American Dream puts its players in the role of Spears' best friend who's paving his or her own way to stardom. As expected, the game features a whole bunch of Spears' hit songs, a huge selection of mini-games, and even more ridiculous but endearing dialogue. If you've ever played some of the other celebrity-based titles in Glu's repertoire such as Kendall & Kylie, you pretty much know what you're in for. In this particular instance, you'll have to do your best to create your own music career while rubbing elbows with Britney and attempt to take all of the success-measuring charts in the country by storm. Apart from making songs, Britney Spears: American Dream also presents its players with an option of performing live, designing album covers, and starting their own record labels. It's an amusing and pretty addictive mobile game that's not meant to keep you focused for hours at a time, but is instead designed to be played in smaller chunks of time. Again, just like the rest of Glu's celebrity-based repertoire. Regardless of your opinion on Britney, if you're on the hunt for another casual game to occupy your commute time, American Dream will most likely be right up your alley.
You can download and play Britney Spears: American Dream by following the Play Store link below. In related news, Glu is also currently developing a similar game featuring Taylor Swift and has also recently launched a whole plethora of mobile titles centered on celebrities such as Katy Perry Pop and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, by far their biggest success to date with tens of millions of players all around the world.