From the makers of the award-winning best-seller Harbor Master® comes the most exhilarating running game on the App Store. Test your reflexes as you race down ancient temple walls and along sheer cliffs. Swipe to turn, jump and slide to avoid obstacles, collect coins and buy power ups, and see how far you can run!
You've searched the world for the precious idol and finally found it in the mysterious temple that rises from the murky waters - but the idol is cursed! You have awoken the demon guardians of the temple, and now you have to escape from their deadly pursuit!
* Simple swipe and tilt controls that are easy to use and just feel right
* Level up your character and use crazy powerups
* Original 3D running mechanic combining turning, jumping, sliding and tilting - the first of its kind!
* Crisp high quality Retina Display graphics
* Game Center Leaderboards and Achievements to compete with your friends
* Incredibly fun, just one more time, endless game play!
It’s no secret that Temple Run has become a force to be reckoned with on the App Store today. Not only does it continuously hold a spot on the App Store Top 100 charts, but it also inspired a number of direct sequels and spin-off games, such as Temple Run: Oz and Temple Run 2. But even beyond that, Temple Run had a huge hand in crafting a brand new game genre that has since taken the mobile world by storm: the endless runner.
Now it’s pretty safe to assume that you’ve seen a game or two appear on the App Store that plays a bit like Temple Run, and for good reason: there are a lot of them these days. So we’ve decided to compile a list of some of our favorite mobile games that offer a gameplay experience that’s similar to Temple Run.
Do you like our picks? Do you have a few good ones that we may have missed? Don’t be afraid to let us know of any other games like Temple Run down in the replies! Read more »
The Temple Run franchise has seen a lot of characters run through its hallowed halls since the game’s 2011 debut. While things might have started humble with Guy Dangerous, it wasn’t long before characters like Merida and The Wizard of Oz decided to join in the fun. The latest runner to enter the fray is seemingly the most fitting: Usain Bolt is the fastest man in the world. But does that mean he’ll be the fastest character in Temple Run? Read more »
Temple Run 2, the surprise sequel to mobile juggernaut Temple Run, has surpassed 20 million downloads in just four days. The game currently resides at the #1 spot on the Top Free charts, and #2 on Top Grossing. It’s also well on its way to taking over the world. Read more »
If there’s one word that can sum up the holiday season, it’s ‘giving.’ And since we’re always in the holiday spirit here at Gamezebo, we thought we’d embrace the giving tradition and ‘give’ you the chance to win a board or card games based on the smash mobile hit Temple Run! Read more »
Temple Run is a mobile game, so as long as you’re in your own home (or sharing space with an understanding friend), it’s legal for you to play it while you’re naked. But if you feel like ripping through an ancient temple in your birthday suit is a little sacrilegious, Imangi Studios and CafePress are offering you a chance to hide your shame with a selection of Temple Run merchandise. Read more »
You’re probably familiar with Imangi Studios. Heck, you’re likely old friends by now. Imangi developed Temple Run, the endless runner game that caught on with mainstream audiences to the tune of 40 million downloads on iOS alone. And with great success comes great partnerships. Imangi is teaming up with W3i to offer Android players a chance to earn Temple Run coins with partner offers. Read more »
Temple Run developer Imangi Studios has teamed up with Spin Master Games to create Temple Run Danger Chase, a board game based on the massively popular mobile game. Read more »
There was a time when toy stores were filled with ridiculous items like shoddy Mario alarm clocks and Sonic bath toys. It may not have been pretty, but it was the golden age of games merchandise. Companies like Rovio and PopCap have tried to carry the torch, providing us with items like plushies based on game characters. But a whole slew of games have missed out on what we consider obvious merchandising opportunities, and we're here to fix that. Read more »
If there is any stronger argument for the value of trying free-to-play than Temple Run, I can’t think of it. Imangi’s treasure-filled endless runner launched on August 03rd, 2011 as a $0.99 download, and while popular, failed to explode in the way its developers knew it could. On September 18th of that year, they took the game free. Three days later? It was on 1 million devices. Read more »
On the heels of this week’s announcement that Ape Entertainment will produce a SQUIDS comic, Ape has announced their plans to translate another popular mobile IP into a graphic novel. Read more »