Teen movies CLUELESS, Mean Girls and Pretty In Pink are set to hit the video game market.
Fans of Alicia Silverstone, Lindsay Lohan and Molly Ringwald will get the chance to become the actresses' characters onscreen, thanks to the games, which are being created by Hollywood studio Paramount.
Paramount bosses handpicked the titles to kick-off the studio's collaboration with gaming firm Legacy Interactive, reports Daily Variety.
The three films were chosen because of their appeal to female audiences. Paramount will roll out the trio - which will be low-cost 'casual video games' - before moving on to more expensive projects next year (09).
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