Temple Run finally comes to Android Devices
After a number of bad copies, the Temple Run finally comes for the android. The IOS version is available for free and contains no ads anywhere in the game. But as you progress you can make purchases with the coins you collect in-game store. Here are the detailed characteristics of Temple Run. The game principle is simple: you run and runs and runs and run. Because you have stolen a cursed idol, you will from a horde of angry monkeys pursue and must run for your life.
First start: At the start of the game you will get five choices where you can learn what the various goals in the game, as certain routes to run or accumulate a certain number of coins. Under stats you can watch your previous bests. Click options you get on the settings of the game, as the sensitivity of the touch screen, music, etc. There are also point More Coins, where you buy it as an in-app purchase more coins so you can get extras in the game which you can then use in the store. And finally there is the Play button, which you start the game. If you have started this for the first time then you will run through a tutorial where you explain the gameplay and the controller.
Gameplay: Race you do is automatic and this is for the reason that you have to stir a finger. Your task is to control the touch screen by wiping your hero so that it avoids obstacles, jump over gaps or slipping under threats. All this makes it either a mop to the left or right to change the direction or with a mop up or down to jump around or slipping. In addition, you need to collect more coins. These are either in the middle, left or right. And so you have to move your Smartphone or tablet in either direction tend to bring your hero in the direction and to collect them.
What we like: The game can captivate from the first minute and the gameplay is simple to understand immediately. The graphical presentation is equally impressive. The game is held in 3D, the textures are drawn nice and clean, the frame rate is stable. The music accompanies excellent and Fast Beats and the constant cries of the monkeys in the background, make sure that your adrenaline is not falling as fast.
What we do not like: I personally don’t like the trend with the freemium games. So games is free but the gamer in the game encourage them to buy something to make the game easier to move forward. This is not like you can play the game without buying something. And maybe I am a bit picky, but I personally do not like this trend. But this is certainly a matter of taste.
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Temple Run Awards: The game store is divided into four categories: improvement of powers, services, people and wallpapers. The various items in the store require a different amount of coins to buy, ranging from just 250 to 25,000 coins.
In purchasing power improvements will make it easier score higher when you're playing Temple Run, and you can place multiple items on the wall to jump while running. The service section includes items such as the wings of the resurrection that will allow you to come back to life if your character dies, and you can buy reinforcements that allow you to start the game with 1000 or 2500 meters that are already covered.
There are 7 characters to choose from in the store, and these are worth between 10,000 and 25,000 coins. The funds are not available in the version for the Android game yet, but they cost 5000 coins each in the version of IOS so you can expect that price when they are available in a future update. If you do not want to collect coins or have to throw some money from your bank account then you can buy more coins through a purchase from the application. The cost of the coins is the same as the version of IOS, from $ 0.99 for 2500 coins and the increase to $ 19.99 for 200,000 coins.
Run performance Temple: Game performance is very good. By playing the same game on the iPhone 4S looks good, so I expected to see a performance drop when going to a mid-range device with Android, but the developers have done a great job of optimizing the game for phones fewer resources. There are some minor issues aside, the game looks great on Android and is very sensitive to the touch screen. You do not have any lag at all when you control the game characters. Temple Run is available for free without any ads that prevents us from fully enjoying it, and is definitely a game I would recommend to anyone looking for a casual game to play anywhere. It's fun and not have to spend money in coins if you want, but be careful: it is very addictive!!!
Conclusion and Availability: The developers have created Temple Run that is a great game. The game is fun, easy to use graphics and music are great. We give the game 4.5 out of 5. Temple Run is available now on the Google Channel Store. The game is about 26 MB in size and is ahead of Android 2.1. It was tested on an Asus Eee Pad Transformer with Android 4.0.3.
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