Temple Run has finally arrived on Windows Phone 8, but at launch two days ago it was missing a number of features. There was no Xbox LIVE support, the game’s icon on the live tile was blank and it didn’t run on devices with 512MB of RAM. The game has now been immediately updated to version 1.5, which has fixed the live tile issue by replacing the blank screen with the famous Tiki icon.
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For those of you not familiar with Temple Run, think of the protagonist as an Indiana Jones of sorts who has stolen a cursed artifact and is now running for his life, from a horde of Demon Monkeys. While running, you collect coins to buy power ups and also avoid various obstacles on your path. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3-VE Android KitKat smartphone launched, priced at Rs 6,650: Specifications and features
Though Temple Run has finally arrived on Windows Phone 8, it may actually be quite late considering Android and iOS users are already playing Temple Run 2 which is arguably much better than the original game. But some games never lose their charm however old they may get and Temple Run is one of them.
Temple Run weighs in at 23MB and can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Store.