Hollywood U: Rising Stars

  • Mis of story and character customisation – Entourage system
  • Slower paced than similar titles

Hollywood U: Rising Stars takes place right after your acceptance to Hollywood University where fame, fortune and romance await your arrival. This free to play iOS and Android title captures the university experience while giving players a large range of customisation and story arcs to follow.


Playing as either a guy or a girl players can opt to be a movie star, director or trend setter as a fashionista. Once you’ve selected your gender and focus, you’ll get to pick from basic facial customisation to recreate yourself in the game.

Once settled on your character players will jump into the university life as they are greeted by a senior classmate who directs you to the appropriate dorm (based on which speciality you picked earlier).

Once settled in players can start to build their entourage of friends to help you achieve fame status, while the game features a number of virtual friends to connect with you can also bring your real life friends into the game through Facebook.

In addition to building up your friendship group Hollywood U: Rising Stars gameplay involves players purchasing new outfits, auditioning for parts and working gigs for additional cash to repeat the cycle all over.


The game also mixes in quests and various choice driven adventures to keep you engaged while you and your corresponding entourage level up in the world of Hollywood fame. With the story driven elements this title is one with good longevity despite the simplistic gameplay.

If you enjoy similar mobile titles that centre around fashion and making decisions to drive the story direction you’ll find Hollywood U: Rising Stars a satisfying choice.


  • Conquer Hollywood University with your entourage.
  • Customise your visual appearance and clothing choices.
  • Finish quests and level up for healthy rewards.
  • Bring real life friends into the game through Facebook.
  • Free to play iOS and Android fashion title.



Review Platform: iOS

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Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 amassing over 3 million views on YouTube and 10 million article views on HubPages.

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