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Yas Queen! The ‘Broad City’ Mobile Game Is Here

You’re probably a little sad that Comedy Central recently announced the upcoming season of “Broad City” will feature the final episodes of the show. Don’t worry, us too. But luckily Comedy Central is giving fans a new way to experience the adventures of Abbi and Ilana to hold us over.

In a partnership with Built Games, “Broad City” will get the mobile video game treatment. Available for download immediately, the game is called Broad City: High Score and features Warioware-like minigames that recreate some of the wacky adventures of Abbi and Ilana.

“Broad City has an extremely loyal and passionate fan base, and we developed Broad City: High Score mobile game to allow fans across the globe to fully immerse themselves in the Broad City world,” Ben Hurst, Comedy Central’s Senior VP of mobile and emerging platforms, said in a statement.

Via the release:

Players of Broad City: High Score will make their way through rounds of mini-games to achieve higher scores, social status and lots of lolz. The mini-games will vary in speed and difficulty each time they are played. A session lasts until a player has failed to complete 3 mini-games during the time allowed.

Mini-games include: Smoke Rings, where players must tap and release at the right time to help Abbi take a toke; Bronson Smash, in which players must tap quickly to destroy a grocery display with Bingo Bronson; Fix the Hoodie, where players must color in Ilana’s stomach to match her crop top to make it work-appropriate; and many more.

Consider us in. The game is now available for free download the App Store and Google Play Store. You can learn more about Broad City: High Score here.

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