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What’s New

Version 1.23.1

We’ve continued working hard on the Universal Studios Hollywood App. Here’s what’s new in this release:

• Halloween Horror Nights Mobile Game – Interact with the event like never before – introducing the Halloween Horror Nights 2019 Mobile Game featuring TERROR TRIVIA. Kill time in line and face off head-to-head against other guests with the return of TERROR TRIVIA. Seek out specialty QR Codes for badges, points and surprises with Achievements. Take a peek behind the curtain and read about the event with Production DIE-ries. And one-up your points with two frightful mini-games, in THE ARCADE. Play like your life depends on it, starting September 13th. #HHNGame

• Bug Fixes – As always, thanks to your feedback we have identified some bugs and squashed them in this release.

Have feedback, or need some help? Send us a tweet using @UniStudios

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
33.1K Ratings

33.1K Ratings

carriefromthe661 ,

Alot has changed at Universal Studios since I last been (25 years ago!)

Last time I went to Universal Studios I was 16 years ago, now at age 41 I got the chance to go again and I LOVE LOVE LOVE it! I was able to ride all but one ride (Couldnt fit on the Harry Potter ride so that was a bummer!) I loved all the rides I was able to ride; and the food and gift shops are all really cool!
We ate at the Hard Rock Cafe and that was delicious, and those huge Simpson’s donuts we bought in the park were a perfect dessert to share!
I had a bit of anxiety on the Tram Backlot Tour because it was the most packed attraction there, However I really enjoyed it. It’s a MUST!
I’m glad we chose to purchase the annual passes rather than just a one day because we definately wanna go back soon!

Broken Rides ,

Broken Rides

We must have had the worst luck when visiting Universal Studios Hollywood. Luckily we didn’t purchase the 2 additional passes for the remaining two members in our family like we had intended or we would have been really disappointed. In June 21 my son rode the Transformers ride and after waiting what seemed like forever, Waite was 45 min, there were technical difficulties and he didn’t get the full experience. I asked if they gave him a fast pass or something so he could ride again once it was fixed, but he said no. Next, on June 23, while riding the Studio Tour, the Jurassic portion he technical difficulties and this portion of the tour was skipped. I was soooo bummed because I was able to get the full experience on the 21 and was sooo sad he missed out. Again we didn’t receive fast pass to have the opportunity to view the ride again once fixed. Lastly, while riding the Mummy my family had to be helped out because the ride broke down. Luckily we had finished the ride and it didn’t totally ruin the experience. However all these technical difficulties kinda makes you wonder. I mean you pay over six hundred to into a park and you’re still short a couple passes but decide to make the best out of and I just feel ripped off.

snotbox17 ,

Silver season pass family experience 2018

We love Universal. But there have been a few things mags that were inconvenient about the passes.

It has been somewhat of an inconvenience to schedule at times with black out dates. Particularly having all of July and half of August blocked out. (My only summer vacation time.) and now with 3 Saturday’s in October blocked out when we really wanted to add horror night. Only other difficulty is my size. I’m a large woman and there are 3-4 rides I can’t ride including the 3 new rides in The Harry Potter area. Being new it would have been nice to consider larger people. And it’s a bit embarrassing to try your sample seats right out on display for everyone to watch you fail at closing the security bars. I understand you want people to see so they don’t waste their time in line, but there could be an example and perhaps have the actual practice seat around a screen of some sort. It’s a bit humiliating and shamming.


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95.9 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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