Posted by Andrew Stevens on July 17th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Temple Run 2 just updated, giving us the option to run with one of three new characters.
We now can run as Zach Wonder, Francisco Montoya, and Montana Smith. Imangi Studios also added quicker access to current objectives, daily and weekly challenges, and player stats right in the pause menu.
Now get back to running, folks, and take note of the new performance fixes as well!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 17th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
New terrain and obstacles makes their way into the latest Temple Run 2 update. There’s a new landscape called The Narrows that brings forth treacherous terrain to run through. There are spinning saw blades that show up, too, giving players something new to avoid. The update also warns of crumbling paths that can force a last minute turn or jump. Watch out!
Seriously, the folks at Imangi have to be in a state of shock. They’ve just reported that Temple Run 2, the sequel to their hit game, Temple Run, has hit 50 million downloads in just 13 days. That’s a ton more than Angry Birds, which previously held the record as fastest growing mobile game, with 50 million downloads in 35 days.
Congrats to the team at Imangi Studios; we’re super happy for you all.
“Temple Run has evolved into something so much bigger than us,” says Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi. “The game has performed beyond our wildest dreams, and we are thrilled that gamers and fans have embraced Temple Run 2 in such a short period of time.”
Carter and Blake Grundman discuss some hot topics of January, starting with the surprise release of Temple Run 2.
The topic shifts to the controversial NRA: Practice Range app, if its release is hypocritical in the wake of previous comments made by the organization about video games, and why its creator MEDL Mobile is not a purveyor of high-quality iOS apps.
The run ‘n gun title Gunslugs is discussed, along with its Joypad co-op functionality, and how it ties in to the new Joypad Game Console app for iPad.
Finally, Blake discusses the new Attack From Mars table for Pinball Arcade, and the interesting take on the flipper game that Momonga Pinball Adventures brings to the table.
Looks like the amazing folks at Imangi Studios have another certified hit on their hands, as their just-released Temple Run 2 hits the 20 million download mark after only one weekend on the iOS App Store. The game hit the number one spot on the free app list a mere eight hours after it released, and is the number three top grossing app as of this writing. This sequel to mega-hit Temple Run, itself downloaded over 170 million times, is sure to continue its run across the top lists for some time to come. Temple Run 2 has pulled in over 210 million sessions, which Imangi Studios says brings the total time in-game to over 1,775 years of gameplay. Wow.
“The response from fans has been overwhelming,” says Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi. “We are thrilled players want more of the Temple Run universe, and we hope to grow and expand the game over the coming months.”
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on January 16th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The follow up to runaway hit, Temple Run, is live in the App Store as of now. The free sequel, Temple Run 2, will have more of the jumping, sliding, and tilting we all love, so be sure to grab your copy now.
★ Beautiful new graphics
★ Gorgeous new organic environments
★ New obstacles
★ More powerups
★ More achievements
★ Special powers for each character
★ Bigger monkey!!!
A new expansion pack is now available for The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth. The Desolations of Smaug is available for free and features new campaign maps and bosses for players to strategize against, along with new armor and weapons for them to collect and equip.