Good news for those toting Windows Phone devices this Christmas with the news that the hugely popular Temple Run 2 has finally made its way to Microsoft's smartphone platform.
The Temple Run franchise has undoubtedly been one of the many success stories of the iOS and Google Play Stores. If you are an owner of an iOS or Android device, and are into mobile gaming then the first and second iterations of Temple Run will more than likely have a permanent home in your 'Games' folder. The idea of running through expansive jungle environments while trying to evade being captured by an evil monkey definitely appeals to our primal early-man instincts. But now, things have gotten a little more extreme with an app update that offers gamers the chance to play as the fastest man on the planet - Usain Bolt.
If you were one of the Android users who found themselves a little disgruntled when Temple Run 2 managed to land on the iOS App Store more than a week ago then worry no more. The official second version of the Temple Run franchise from Imangi Studios is now available as a free-of-charge download from the Play Store, and as you might expect it offers all of the thrills and spills of its iOS flavored brother perfectly tailored for the Android OS.
If you own an iOS or Android device and enjoy playing mobile games on your way to work or school, you have most likely stumbled across Temple Run at one point. This addictive touch-screen game is now getting its first major revamp since its 2011 release: Tempe Run 2, which will reach Google Play on January 24th, following the recent release of the iOS version.