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Submitted by masterabbott 888d ago | review

Temple Run: Brave Review [Capsule Computers]

Matt Vella From Capsule Computers wrote :

Temple Run was one of the most popular games on mobile devices last year, and rightly so. Indie developer Imangi managed to take the simple, addictive and fun ‘endless runner’ type of game and make it a freemium title that wasn’t a rip off (which is very rare to see these days mind you). On top of that Temple Run also included a well thought-out upgrade system that would make anybody playing this casual game work hard for achievements and goals just as hard as any hardcore gamer would. (iPad, iPhone, Temple Run: Brave) 7.5/10

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