Temple Run partners with Cafe Press for merchandising goodness

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.

If you’re picky about the video game shirts that cover your pelt, you’re in luck: Much of Imangi’s merchandise is customizable, so you can tool around with the “death scene” shirts until you find the gory end that’s just right for you. When that’s done, you can design your own free Temple Run luggage tag.

If you’re anti-shirt, or if you don’t go anywhere ever, CafePress and Imangi still might have something for you:


Temple Run has been downloaded over 100 million times since its release a mere year ago, so the merchandise blitz comes as no surprise. “The launch of an official Temple Run store really came out of demand from the fans,” co-creator Keith Shepherd stated in a press release. “People kept asking us where they could buy Temple Run shirts. We wanted to let our fans show off some of the beautiful art and humor that make Temple Run so great and are happy to fulfill the demand through a fantastic partnership with CafePress.”

After all, there’s more to life than survival. Style is important, too.  Check out the official Temple Run store here.

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