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Submitted by triverse 598d ago | review

Temple Run 2 Review by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "First up, as a sequel should be, Temple Run 2 is more of the first with slight additions to expand the fun and entertainment. TR2 feels more like a roller coaster than simply a 3D endless running game with twists, turns, hills, valleys and rope slides along with, eventually, mine cart rides- ala Indiana Jones." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Temple Run 2) 78/100

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