Great news for those of you who can’t get enough Temple Run in your life! Imangi has teamed up with Disney Pixar and just released the new an improved Temple Run: Brave edition. Based off of the new Disney movie, The Brave, you play as the movie’s main character Merida, and run through temples that have much improved graphics over the original Temple Run. Not only are the visuals completely new, you also get to shoot a bow to try and hit moving targets with arrows. This definitely adds another level of difficulty so don’t let the Disney theme fool you. This game is just as cool, if not better than the original and I highly recommend you check it out. There is one thing, though. This time around they are asking for $.99 in the Play Store but I am going to have to say it’s worth it. Jump past the break for the official trailer and Play Store links. » Read the rest
Temple Run received an update today that finally adds a new feature. Wallpapers. It’s not a huge feature but at least you don’t have to see those “coming soon” messages in the store anymore. Along with 3 works of art comes a few bug fixes as well, so if you have yet to receive the update hit up either Google Play Store link below. For those of you who don’t mind spoilers, jump past the break to see what the new wallpapers look like. They actually look to be done by a graphic artist and are not just screenshots of the game. Pretty neat!
Looking over my Android apps that received an update today, Temple Run is one of the more notable ones along with the Chrome browser. The uber popular game has already been downloaded over 10 million times and has only been available in the Play Store for just over three weeks. It is pretty amazing how fast this game has spread and the developers obviously want to keep the millions of users happy.
Today’s update brings Twitter integration as well as a few bug fixes such as; a bug that made it difficult to score points, a bug that caused the runner to accelerate too fast, and a few spelling errors. On top of making the app run better for users, the Twitter integration allows you to tweet your score after completing a run through the Temple. This may prove beneficial to some of you, and more of an annoyance to others. I dunno.
If you have yet to receive the update or haven’t even tried the game, go ahead and hit up one of the links below. The game is free and has almost been perfected at this point. Now if I could only perfect my hand-eye coordination and I would be set!
One of the most anticipated games of the year finally came to Android handsets. Unfortunately, Temple Run brought some bugs and some frowns with it to a vast amounts of gamers ready and eager to try out the game. The developers quickly brought out a new update which not only alleviates some of the crashing and bugs happening to certain devices, but it now brings with it added support for the Motorola DROID RAZR and DROID Bionic smartphones.
Those of you who may have given up on the game the first time will want to hit that QR code or Play Store link below to give the game a second chance. Go on… you know you want to.
Temple Run launched on Android only a few days ago and has already managed to achieve over 1 million downloads in the Google Play store. According to a recent interview with PocketGamer, Imangi Studios, the games developer, isn’t content with the way the game is now and plans to add new content in the near future. Imangi discussed that they are working on new environments, objectives, characters and power-ups but wouldn’t divulge any detailed release plans. So if you have been playing Temple Run lately and are already bored with the same ol’ dungeonous scene, have no fear because the game is soon to get some new additions.
We will keep you posted if we hear anything else. In the meantime, if you haven’t checked out the game already, you should. It’s free! We also have a review for you to peruse as well.
You know a game is a global phenomenon when it’s a top trend on twitter and has a number of the nations major sports personalities tweeting their top scores to boast to their team mates. Manchester United superstar Wayne Rooney was quick to post his latest top score, tagging in his team mates in a gloating fashion. With nearly 50 million downloads from Apple’s App Store and unanimous critical acclaim across the web, Temple Run has finally hit the Google Play Store.
To set the scene, picture a young Indiana Jones being chased by a pack of rabid monkeys and you’re pretty much there. Why our character is running and where he’s trying to go is a mystery but this game certainly doesn’t rely on a storyline to keep you hooked.
Mark your calendars, Android users – Temple Run by Imangi Studios is coming your way on March 27. And for free, no less. Android users can finally experience the endless gameplay and the thrill of grabbing gold coins while avoiding demonic monkeys. This game has been widely popular on iOS, with over 40 million downloads. It’s also been the Top Grossing App and Top Free App in January 2012.
Imangi Studios Brings Temple Run to the Android Marketplace March 27
WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 6, 2012 – Imangi Studios today announced that Temple Run, the Top Grossing App and Top Free App in the App Store in January 2012, will be released for Android devices on March 27. Free to download, Temple Run challenges players to test their reflexes as they race down ancient temple walls and along sheer cliffs. With endless gameplay, players collect coins as they jump, slide and run to escape the evil monkeys guarding the temple while avoiding obstacles.
“We are excited to finally share the Android release date with our fans who have been so enthusiastic and supportive of Temple Run,” said Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi Studios. “By expanding to more mobile devices, we hope to provide the same addictive and fast-paced gameplay to an entirely new group of players.”
The iOS version of Temple Run for iPhone and iPad boasts over 40 million downloads in the App Store since its debut in August 2011.
About Imangi Studios
Imangi Studios was founded by husband and wife team Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova in 2008. With the addition of artist Kiril Tchangov in 2009, the three-person studio has developed mega-hit Temple Run, which has been downloaded by 6% of the entire United States population since its release in August 2011. Based in Washington, D.C., the self-funded, fully independent studio previously developed Harbor Master,geoSpark, Hippo High Dive and Max Adventure for iOS.