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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 931d ago | review

TouchGen: Temple Run 2 Review

TouchGen: A recent discussion on the Giant Bombcast posited the need for sequels to classic Atari games. The panel ultimately agreed that games in the vein of Pong are so pure in their nature that there is little room for improvement or iteration in their formula. While the original Temple Run boasted more complexity than Pong, it is still a game with simplistic mechanics. Both the original and sequel ask players to execute a series of directional swipes and tilts to avoid environmental elements as the character continuously runs forward. While there are co (iPad, iPhone, Temple Run 2) 3.5/5

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