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  • Can Temple Run 2 Keep the Pace? | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Temple Run 2

    Temple Run was one of the biggest games of 2012, so it only makes sense that the guys from Imangi Studios would create a sequel. Since launching on January 17, the app has seen some solid success, with over 6 million downloads on opening day alone. This could be thanks in part to the new Temple Run course, which includes ropes, train cars, curves, stairs and hills. However, Temple Run 2… Read More

  • A Week After Launching On iOS, Temple Run 2 Hits Google Play

    A Week After Launching On iOS, Temple Run 2 Hits Google Play

    Temple Run was one of the most popular games of 2012, seeing 2.5 million downloads on Christmas day alone. But like any good mobile gaming studio, Imangi Studios has released the sequel to the hit racing/escaping game on both iOS and Android. The iOS version of Temple Run 2 was made available on January 17, and saw over 6 million downloads in the first 24 hours. But Temple Run 2 for Android… Read More

  • Imangi Taps Disney/Pixar To Launch ‘Temple Run: Brave’ Ahead Of Movie Launch

    Imangi Taps Disney/Pixar To Launch ‘Temple Run: Brave’ Ahead Of Movie Launch

    Despite the fact that almost nothing happens but running, turning, jumping and sliding, Temple Run is one of the most popular games on mobile. In fact, in just a month on the platform the Android version of the game saw 10 million downloads. But there’s gotta be more to life than jumping over overgrown tree roots and sliding under bridges, which is why a new version of the game has… Read More