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Temple Run for Android has been updated and in further to bringing fixes for those that were experiencing crashes, a refurbish has also brought support for both a Motorola Droid Bionic and a Motorola Droid RAZR.
Earlier this week, Imangi Studios finally expelled a renouned diversion for Android after it had most success on Apple’s iOS App Store. Since a release, a focus has been downloaded over 1 million times.
Needless to say, Android owners were vehement to get their hands on it.
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However, a recover wasn’t such a pleasing one for owners of a Droid Bionic and a Droid RAZR as a diversion did not support possibly of those devices.
There are still other inclination that don’t nonetheless have support for Imangi says that they are going to be operative on bringing a diversion to other inclination in a nearby future.
Here are a records from this update:
Temple Run is a rarely addictive diversion that requires we to take on a purpose of an Indiana Jones form impression who is perplexing to shun immorality monkeys after hidden a accursed idol.
The diversion has seen huge success on iOS with over 750,000 reviews and a 4.5 star rating.
So far, a Android focus has seen over 50,000 reviews with a 4.5 star rating.
You can check out Temple Run gameplay in a video below:
The diversion is giveaway to play, there are in-app purchases though they are not compulsory to suffer a game, and it can be found on a Google Play Store.
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hey. I’ve been watchful for this diversion forever. Droid optimus T please!!!
FCs like crazy though blissful a diversion finally done it to Android.
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