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Temple Run 2, which was launched on January 17 for iOS, is now available for Android via the Google Play store for free. You require Android 2.1 or higher to run the game.
Temple Run 2 brings with it a bunch of new features such as navigating perilous cliffs, zip lines, mines and forests as you try to escape with the cursed idol. The question remains, how far can you run?
This time around, not much has changed, and the gameplay of Temple Run 2 is essentially the same as its predecessor. You have stolen the golden idol and must run as far away from the monkey as possible. There are many obstacles that will plague your path and you must swipe and tilt your device to avoid them. The addition of a zip line, twisting paths and a cart are definite improvements. Veteran fans of the franchise will feel right at home and the game is easy to pick up and play for new comers as well. You can read our in-depth review of the game here.
Temple Run 2 has become the number one app on the Apple App store in less than 12 hours of launch. You can read the details of that story here.
In a mere four days of launch, the game was downloaded over 20 million times. “The response from fans has been overwhelming,” says Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi Studios, the developers of the franchise. “We are thrilled players want more of the Temple Run universe, and we hope to grow and expand the game over the coming months. In under one week, Temple Run 2 has accumulated over 210 million sessions, which garners a combined time of over 1,775 years of gameplay.” This is before the game was launched for Android. You can read the details here.
The original Temple Run was downloaded more that 170 million times since its launch.
Users interested can download the game for Android here. iOS users can download the game here.
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