The Bratz have left Stilesville behind for the summer and are attending Camp Starshine, a camp for talented students who excel in the performing arts. The girls are excited to make new friends, and meet Anna, a talented ballerina. Anna has spent her whole life dedicated to dance and has missed out on fun and friendship. With the Bratz rallying around her, Anna finally has the friends she's always wanted. When Anna loses her confidence before the end-of-camp showcase, the Bratz will be there to help her create an unforgettable performance that will wow the crowd.
In Bratz Girlz Really Rock you'll show off your musical talent on guitar or keyboard in rock shows or in the Camp Starshine recording studio, and show off your dance moves in front of a live audience. Help the Bratz style amazing custom fashions in the new Fashion Design Suite. Take care of adorable animals by giving them attention and dressing them in cute clothes. This summer is sure to be one the Bratz will never forget.
Join the Bratz for a fun adventure at summer camp
Design fabulous fashions that showcase your unique sense of style
Collect, buy and win exciting accessories to upgrade the Fashion Design Suite editor throughout the game
Learn and practice rocking songs in the Camp Starshine recording studio
Show off your skill on lead guitar or keyboard and demonstrate your favorite dance moves in awesome live rock shows
Take care of your pet and go on a scavenger hunt to search for lost animals and unlock adorable outfits
For 1 to 2 players
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