Items tagged with Temple Run

I don't even want to try and calculate the amount of time I've wasted playing Temple Run, the popular endless runner app by Imangi Studios that spawned a sequel and several knockoff titles, including a couple of officially licensed spinoffs for Disney's Brave and Oz movies. Temple Run became an instant hit when it was released in 2011, and it was certainly popular in my household as my kids and I competed for high scores and accompanying bragging rights. Given the game's addictive nature, I'm not the least bit surprised that the series has now surpassed 1 billion downloads. That figure includes... Read more...
If you're of the opinion that it's better to show up late than the never, then kudos to the Windows Phone platform for finally getting Temple Run, an endless running game that falls into the "Just one more time..." category. Before you know it, you've wasted half the day trying to unlock characters, special powers, and knock out various objectives. Temple Run was supposed to launch in time for the holidays in 2012, so it's a few months late in that regard, too. Whatever, it's here now, or at least soon will be. Microsoft actually announced half a dozen indie games for Windows Phone 8 today, including... Read more...
In case you need yet another reminder not to go downloading Android apps willy-nilly, a developer was recently caught trying to spread malware by masquerading infected programs as legitimate software. This latest outbreak was relatively easy to spot for tech savvy users, as the dirty dupes were identifiable with the word "Super" attached to them. Temple Run was among the popular titles being spoofed, which appeared in Google Play as Temple Run Super. World of Goo Super was another. They were all posted by "apkdeveloper," who appears to have been banned from Google Play after a Reddit post drew... Read more...
For those of you who haven't experienced the awesome addiction of Temple Run, it's clear you don't own an Apple device. You've been missing out on one of those rare games that's utterly simple to play but constantly has you promising yourself, "Okay, I'll give it just one more shot," which quickly turns into a dozen more tries and another half hour gone from your day. Well, Android fans, now's your chance to see what all the fuss is about. Imangi Studios today announced that Temple Run is now available on select Android devices. It's a free download via Google Play (still feels funny not to say... Read more...