Kevin Hart is already dominating the entertainment industry, now he is coming for the mobile game industry with the release of his new game Gold Ambush with Kevin Hart.
The news of the game’s release comes just days after Hart took to social media to apologize to his wife Eniko and his kids after rumors surfaced of him stepping out on his marriage.
Some may look at this announcement as a way to deflect from the huge elephant in the room.
Nevertheless, the family-friendly mobile game features Hart, his wife and kids, Heaven and Hendrix, as playable characters, because nothing is more important to Hart than family.
The game combines two popular mobile gaming genres, city-building and endless maze-running, a completely new genre promising a unique gaming experience. Of course, it wouldn’t be a mobile game if you didn’t have to spend money on it. Special character boosts are available via in-app purchases to help your character in the game.
Gold Ambush with Kevin Hart is the first game made by Standup Digital, a “celebrity mobile entertainment company” Hart is a partner in. Hart maybe bad at this cheating thing, but one thing he is good at is making money and with Gold Ambush he might be leveling up even more.
Gold Ambush with Kevin Hart isn’t the first game to have a celebrity pushing it, Mobile Strike has Arnold Schwarzenegger and it’s raking in the dough.
In an interview with Engadget, Hart speaks on his entry into the gaming world
It’s a lot of money. This is why I’m over here in the gaming world. Welcome Kevin Hart. This is why I’m here. I want some of that. I want to do what they did.
Well there is plenty of money to go around in the gaming industry, and it will definitely help to add some more cash to bank just in case.
Gold Ambush with Kevin Hart is available now.
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