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Submitted by JBedford 910d ago | review

Temple Run: Oz Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): It doesn't seem as though there's much more that can be said about Imangi's extraordinarily successful Temple Run series. The recently released sequel took the charts by storm all over again, and managed to introduced a few new tricks while staying faithful to the much-loved gameplay of the original. Between the two releases we were treated to Temple Run: Brave, an enjoyable but cautious affair that gently overlaid Disney's Brave character onto this gaming universe. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Temple Run: Oz) 4.5/5

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