Temple Run: Brave launches on Android and iOS

Temple Run: Brave launches on Android and iOS
Chances are that if you are into mobile gaming, you have played Temple Run at least once. The game is simple, yet addicting and loved by fans throughout the world. But if you have already had enough of the classic version, then here is the new Temple Run: Brave, made by Imangi studios in collaboration with Disney/Pixar. 

As you can probably guess, the game's theme is heavily influenced by the upcoming movie Brave. It comes with all the goodies you know from the classic Temple Run, including the easy, intuitive controls, upgrades, and endless gameplay. 

Also, the graphics have been completely overhauled and now look better than ever, just like one would expect from a product that an animation company is involved with. And as an added bonus, there is the new archery feature, which gives the player extra coins if they hit the bullseye.

Before you hit that download button, however, bear in mind that this is a paid game. Temple Run: Brave costs a dollar to get, unlike the classic version, which is free to download. With that out of the way, feel free to check the game out at the Google Play store or the App Store by following the corresponding link below.

Download Temple Run: Brave for Android | iPhone



1. josephnero

Posts: 795; Member since: Nov 16, 2011

looks good

2. downphoenix

Posts: 3165; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

I will definitely get. This is one of the few free-to-plays that is actually worth paying for.

3. iami67

Posts: 334; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

its not free to play wish it was ive read that there are a lot of bugs in it thou

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