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Submitted by brbobcat 828d ago | review

Temple Run 2 doesn’t stray far from the original path - Gaming Everywhere review

Gaming Everywhere writes, "In Temple Run 2, like its predecessor, the goal is to follow a random generated path while collecting coins and avoiding obstacles. You run, and run, and run some more. That’s the simple, yet addictive goal of an endless runner. It worked in the original, and it works in Imangi’s sequel. Unfortunately, Imangi stayed a little too true to the original path with Temple Run 2." (iPad, iPhone, Temple Run 2) 8/10

mochachino  +   828d ago
Play Pitfall, it's much better.
lifesanrpg  +   828d ago
It's a good time wasting game. I enjoy a good endless runner when on the toilet

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