Kanye West's wife's game called Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has recently added a new feature that allows players to get married just like the Kimye couple did in May in Florence, US Magazine reported.

Aside from the ability to "date and dump other celebs" and plan their "wedding and get married," players can also enjoy the rose wall that is identical to where Kim Kardashian said "I do" to West, according to the screen shots used to promote the new feature on Apple's app store.

When Kim Kardashian: Hollywood rose to fame, North West's mother faced complaints about how it bypassed in-app purchase controls and how addictive the game was.

In response, Kardashian said parents have to be responsible and make sure parental controls are all set and not have their credit card linked to where their children can just spend if they want to.

For the reality star, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood is "just a fun little game" and "just something fun to do."

Meanwhile, Kardashian is set to appear on the premiere of the fourth season of the hit sitcom, "2 Broke Girls" on CBS on Oct. 27, Hallels has learned.

Created by Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings, "2 Broke Girls" stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs as the Brooklyn roommates named Max and Caroline who share a dream of opening a cupcake business.

Also appearing as guest stars on the fourth season of "2 Broke Girls" are Victoria's Secret supermodels Lily Aldridge, 28, and Martha Hunt, 25.

Before hitting the runway for the 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Aldridge and Hunt filmed an episode, in which their characters will rent out the apartment belonging to Max and Caroline for a weekend to get experience their chic Brooklyn neighborhood, Wall St. Cheat Sheet reported.

Filmed in London, the 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will also be aired on CBS on Dec. 9.

Returning for the fourth season of "2 Broke Girls" with Dennings and Behrs are Garrett Morris, Jonathan Kite, Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge and Nick Zano among others.