FashionVerse x Mean Girls collaboration brings limited-time event features scenes, props, and more

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The innovative mobile fashion game, FashionVerse, is set to introduce its first film integration in collaboration with Paramount Consumer Products. Partnering with leading game publisher Tilting Point and developer Brandible, FashionVerse will collaborate with popular Mean Girls from 2004 allowing players to create outfits, props, and scenes inspired by the movie, including the notorious Burn Book, through various challenges.

Participants stand a chance to win an exclusive prize during this limited-time event, which runs from April 12 to April 25 on iOS and Android devices. This collaboration marks the beginning of bringing more classic films and TV series to FashionVerse this year, including Clueless, Grease, and Beverly Hills, 90210.

FashionVerse welcomes iconic style of Mean Girls to the game

In the most recent update, players are granted the opportunity to recreate moments reminiscent of the hilariously witty and endlessly quotable film. FashionVerse allows players to bring to life their coolest fantasies, from Regina George’s bedroom to the corridors of North Shore High School, and the lunch table where wearing pink is an absolute must on Wednesdays.

FashionVerse Mean Girls collab
Image via Tilting Point

Despite The Plastics’ strict dress code, players can now blend in seamlessly with the teen royalty thanks to the latest wardrobe additions in the game. With a plethora of clothing items including shirts, skirts, earrings, high heels, jackets, glasses, purses, and an abundance of pink, players can style their avatars to their heart’s content, minus the hoop earrings restriction. Additionally, players can also indulge in the animosity-filled Burn Book.

To unlock exclusive 2000s-inspired fashion items such as cropped cardigans and plaid skirts, players must conquer 12 challenges within the game. FashionVerse features scenes and characters from the movie, including The Plastics, Cady, Janis, and the beloved Ms. Norbury, as well as iconic moments like the Spring Fling Dance. Although the event concludes on April 25, unlocked prizes will remain accessible in the game thereafter.

Tilting Point bridges beloved IPs with gaming platforms

In FashionVerse, individuals are empowered to engage in design challenges aimed at crafting meticulously curated fashion ensembles. They can then share their designs, participate in voting on scenes created by fellow stylists, offer commentary on preferred looks, earn rewards, and access new clothing styles.

Throughout this immersive experience, users also stay abreast of the latest trends from real-world fashion labels. Powered by Brandible’s exclusive game engine and AI technology, FashionVerse transforms players’ imaginative styling concepts into vibrant virtual realities, fostering an environment where creativity knows no bounds.

FashionVerse Mean Girls collaboration
Image via Tilting Point

Tilting Point’s extensive array of offerings has been further enriched by substantial integrations with intellectual properties across various platforms, encompassing mobile, console, PC, subscription services, and beyond. With a commitment to exploring new avenues, Tilting Point endeavors to introduce beloved brands to audiences in innovative and captivating formats, while simultaneously broadening the global reach and financial prosperity of each game.

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