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Lindsay Lohan, who’s had her fair share of drama in the spotlight over the years, is following the footsteps of the big-bootied reality star by launching an iPhone and Android game of her own. Titled Lindsay Lohan’s The Price of Fame, the app allows users to play as an avatar on the hunt for fame and fortune all while buying outfits and accessories.

Hmm, does this sound familiar to anyone?

The game’s description boasts, “Start a phony rap beef, buy a private peninsula, get butt implants, fight in an elevator and give your baby botox. It’s all a part of getting famous in Hollywood. And why not punch a paparazzi while you’re at it? Don’t worry, you have a hot shot team of lawyers to get you out of trouble. And they probably deserved it.”

Unlike Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which has made $43.4 million since its summer release and is rumored to be on track to make $200 million within its first year, LiLo’s game is said to be a “parody on celebrity culture.”

“I’m thrilled to have worked with Space Inch on this. Programmer Andy Ross, guitarist of OK Go, did a great job. He understood what I wanted and the game captures a great part of culture and our current media society. This app is humorous, smart, and engaging,” Lohan says.

Now, if you excuse me, I’ve got some downloading to do. You know, for research purposes.