There are hundreds of different apps that manage to capture the attention and imagination of a large crowd, making them hugely popular and famous. Everybody remembers Draw Something, which rose to fame in just a few days, and within a couple of weeks was downloaded over 50 million times. Similarly, another app that has become a huge favorite for users is Temple Run. Unlike many other apps, temple Run makes use of a 3D approach in order to provide a gaming experience that you might not have had since a long time. Here’s our complete review:
Temple Run is available on Google Play and the App Store and can be downloaded for free. The main purpose of the game is to control a character that keeps on running through a sort of a maze, along a directed path. The character runs itself, but the player must maneuver him through a range of different booby traps and ensure that he gets as many coins as possible in order to unlock power ups and special abilities.
The game’s addictive nature stems from the fact that there are a whole bunch of different kinds of power ups and special abilities that can be unlocked through a level, which makes replayability a whole new experience. You can’t slow down apparently, because there are people running around you. As the name suggests, the game is set up in various different ‘temples’ and provides a highly engaging experience to its users. Designed by Imangi Studios, the game is available on a free from Google Play and the App Store, making it a great gaming app for people who are often bored with not much to do.
The app is also available on the iPad too, and can run on any Apple device that has iOS 3.0 or higher. If you are expecting something with beautiful graphics, do not expect much. The app wins on its game play experience, not its graphics. Most of the designs and backgrounds are crude and blocky, so it’s not something that will really appeal to someone who is primarily looking for a good graphical experience.
Users who are unable to purchase the higher power ups can also purchase coin packs, starting from a single dollar for the 2,500 coin pack, to $19.99 for the 250,000 Coin Pack. These packs can be utilized to play the game in a different manner.