Kim Kardashian is on top of the game -- her mobile game, that is.

The reality TV star is heating up the cover of Adweek this month, posing on the March 2015 cover clad in a skin-tight, black vinyl dress while rockin' a sexy, swingy ponytail.

Of course, Kim K. wasn't just there to look stunning -- although she did so, flawlessly -- but mainly to discuss her overwhelmingly successful mobile game, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," and the secret behind its blockbuster success.

As we previously reported, the game is set to make $200 million a year -- of which Mrs. Kanye West gets a cut of $85 million. Not too shabby! Of course, as anyone who has ever played it would know, it's also insanely addictive.

"I don't know if I expected it to do this well. I'm really thankful that it has because I've put a lot of hard work into it and spent a lot of time on it," Kim told the magazine. "It's how I think of my show -- someone can always relate. People always want to get their mind off of things and have something fun to do because their lives are so hectic. It's a fun game that you can really get addicted to and just lose yourself in for a couple of hours."

Part of the reason why it's so easy to get lost in game-land is because of the serious attention to detail.

"The look of the game was really important to me," Kim revealed, explaining that she wants the game to "mirror" her real life as much as possible. "I must have pulled thousands of references of all the different ways that characters should have their hair, the outfits and the shoes. One time there was a strap wrong on one of the character's shoes -- her feet weren't matching. I had to change the programming to fix that. It was important to me that everything is right."

And she only has plans to improve from there.

"I think that adding my family members [as characters] and a bunch of cameos will get people excited," she continued. "I started with adding my mom and now my sisters [last year]. Even my pets that I've had either now or in the past are in it. I want to make it as lifelike as possible."

"I'm happy that people are into it and perceiving it well," she added. "I just want to create more apps."

And in a world that is essentially ruled by Kim Kardashian, it looks like she will have no problem doing so.

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