To help promote the upcoming Oz movie, Disney released another themed Temple Run game, much like they did to help bring attention to Brave. Temple Run: Oz happens to look much better though, as you travel through environments that look very lively, as well as flying through the air in that famous hot air balloon. Other than the looks, it is your basic Temple Run title with swiping up/down and left/right action. (more…)
That’s right, a sequel to Temple Run is finished and should be released on Android next Thursday. Dubbed Temple Run 2 (so clever), the new game has been built from the ground up, contains the same simple controls that you enjoyed from the first, and will likely be just as addictive. The small 2-person Imangi Studios team has grown to five, to take the game to another level. Since they now serve 170 million players on the original TR, this new venture has a lot to live up to. (more…)
Fans of Temple Run should feel a bit excited this morning, as the brand new Temple Run: Brave edition has made its way to the Play Store. With the Brave edition, there is an entirely new look along with some cool new features such as being able to shoot a bow. By hitting targets, you gain additional points which adds an extra difficulty factor to the gameplay. The game is $1 in the Play Store. Are you still loving Temple Run? (more…)
Sweet, another Temple Run game. Game publisher Imangi is partnering up with Disney’s Pixar Studios to bring us Temple Run: Brave to iOS and Android devices on June 14. What will make this game unique is not only the same run, slide, and jump features, but you will also be able to shoot arrows at targets which will give the game a nice breath of fresh air. (more…)
One of the world’s more popular mobile games Temple Run, has received an update this afternoon. Inside the update are numerous bug fixes, along with some resolved compatibility issues for Android 4.0+ devices plus some other graphics-related problems for HDPI devices. All in all, it’s a solid update and users should see the app run smoother than ever.
Are you still enjoying this game or is it time for something new?
Two of the more popular Android apps on the block, Temple Run and Foursquare, received updates last evening. For Runners, you finally get to purchase game-themed wallpapers in the store, assuming you have enough coinage. There are three of them: the Evil Demon Monkeys (pictured above), Temple Wall, and Guy Dangerous. Along with the new ‘papers, “all sorts of improvements and bug fixes” were also included.
Foursquarians, the app now has a mini-map that is displayed when you hit the “Check In” button. Seems like something we should have had ages ago, but nevertheless, we’ll take it.
According to the Play Store page for Temple Run, the hit iOS game has already become a massive hit on Android as well, amassing 10 million downloads in just over 3 weeks. Through those first few weeks, we have seen a number of updates to address bug fixes, but today, we get new functionality. Twitter sharing of scores has been added, taking your runs public. Ready to challenge your friends?
For fun, why don’t we all toss out our top scores in the comments. Mine is a meager 1,254,633 at 7,142m and 3,256 coins.
The newest smash hit game on Android named Temple Run, has finally received an update to fix some major issues that have plagued it since release. There was one nasty bug that made the app freeze up and close whenever you went to restart the game, which was quiet annoying. On an even better note, they have also added support for the DROID Bionic and DROID RAZR devices.
Go grab it and let us know if all the kinks have been worked out.