TEMPLE RUN BRAVE IS AN OFFICIAL APP WITH AN ALL NEW LOOK AND ARCHERY FEATURES!
From Imangi, the makers of Temple Run, and Disney comes a new take on the most exhilarating app. Join Merida from Disney/Pixar Temple Run Brave as your run, slide, jump, turn, shout and shoot your way across the wilds of Scotland on an endless running adventure!
• Introducing ARCHERY – tap targets to shoot a bullseye and earn extra coins
• New, amazing visuals. It looks better than ever!
• All new environments inspired by Disney/Pixar Brave and the wilds of Scotland
• Play as Merida from Disney/Pixar Brave
• Outrun Mordu, the demon bear, to earn running glory
Bonus: Download Temple Run: Brave and start running with $.99 ( from google play, but its free here ) worth of coins for FREE, that’s 2500 coins for power-ups and more!
Also includes all the great features from Temple Run:
• Simple swipe and tilt control that are easy to use and just feel right
• Level up your character and use crazy power-ups
• Endless play!
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Temple Run is an "endless running" video game developed by the Raleigh-based Imangi Studios.
The player takes on the role of an explorer who, having stolen an idol from a temple, is chased by "demonic monkeys". The game is available on iOS and Android systems. It was released for Windows Phone 8 towards the end of March, 2013.A sequel to the original game was released on January 17, 2013 on the App Store for iOS. It was later released on Android on January 24, 2013.
The playable area of Temple Run 1 and 2 is noted to be similar to the geography of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world and the "map" is said to be inspired from Angkor Wat.
Originally, the game was only available for the App Store, but it was later released on Google Play, the successor to Android Market. The game has been available on the App Store from August 2011, and since then, its popularity has soared, to the point that it has made Imangi Studios more popular than Zynga.Many other developers have created games of the same style, games such as Temple Guns, Temple Jump, and Pyramid Run.
On January 12, 2012, Imangi Studios announced on the Temple Run Facebook page that the game would be released to the Android platform in February 2012, saying "We're so excited to announce this and appreciate all of our fans' support across both platforms!". The game was released for the Android platform on March 27, 2012, a month later than expected.After Temple Run was released on Android, it was downloaded 1 million times in under 3 days.
As Temple Run was originally released on a custom, flexible engine on the iOS platform, it had difficulties when ported to the Android, primarily because it utilized Unity game engine. The game frequently crashed on Android, leading to generally unfavourable reviews. The game still has issues on Android due to the Unity engine.
In the iTunes Store, it was included in the top 50 most-downloaded apps in December 2011,and eventually became the number one free iOS app. It has also reached the position of the top grossing iOS app. The game itself was formerly 99 cents, but Imangi Studios switched the game to a freemium app before December 2011, and instead rely on players purchasing in-game coins with legal tender. For the Android version, it was always freemium.