The folks from Disney Pixar have an epic adventure movie soon to be released by the name of Brave and to help promote the movie, they've teamed up with the folks from Imagni Studios to create a new twist on their hit game Temple Run. Rather than just changing up the characters to match the movie, Imagni and Disney Pixar worked together to create a custom version of Temple Run with exclusive features built in:
- Introducing ARCHERY for the first time – tap targets to shoot a bullseye and earn extra coins
- New, amazing visuals
- All new environments inspired by Disney•Pixar’s “Brave” and the wilds of Scotland
- Play as Merida from Disney•Pixar’s “Brave”
- Outrun Mordu, the demon bear Disney•Pixar’s “Brave”, to earn running glory
- Bonus: download Temple Run: Brave and start running with $0.99 worth of coins for FREE, that’s 2500 coins for power-ups and more
Temple Run: Brave is available in the Google Play Store right now for only $.99 cents. Of course, that is more than the standard version of Temple Run which is free but we'll leave it up to you all to decide if the extras are worth your hard earned coinage.
Download: Temple Run: Brave
DISNEY AND IMANGI LAUNCH TEMPLE RUN: BRAVE
Play as Merida from Disney•Pixar’s “Brave” and outrun Mordu throughout mythical Scottish landscapes in this new take on Imangi Studio’s smash hit Temple Run
Disney Mobile Games launched today on the App Store and Google Play, Temple Run: Brave. The new mobile game brings together the world of Disney•Pixar’s animated fantasy adventure “Brave,” with Imangi Studio’s Temple Run, for a new take on the hit 3D Endless Runner. In Temple Run: Brave, players join the movie’s heroine Merida and run, slide, jump, turn and shoot their way across the rugged landscape of mythical and mysterious Scotland.
Temple Run: Brave includes a host of new features, environments and characters exclusive to the game, including archery, where for the first time, players can tap targets to shoot a bullseye and earn extra coins. Upon downloading Temple Run: Brave, players start running with $0.99 worth of coins for FREE, that’s 2500 coins for power-ups to outrun Mordu, the “demon bear” and one of the chief villains of “Brave.”
COMPLETE LIST OF FEATURES:
New Features just for Temple Run: Brave:
Introducing ARCHERY for the first time – tap targets to shoot a bullseye and earn extra coins
New, amazing visuals
All new environments inspired by Disney•Pixar’s “Brave” and the wilds of Scotland
Play as Merida from Disney•Pixar’s “Brave”
Outrun Mordu, the demon bear Disney•Pixar’s “Brave”, to earn running glory
Bonus: download Temple Run: Brave and start running with $0.99 worth of coins for FREE, that’s 2500 coins for power-ups and more
Also includes all the great features from Temple Run:
Simple swipe and tilt control that are easy to use and just feel right
Level up your character and use crazy power-ups
Game Center Leaderboards and Achievements to compete with your friends
The game is also available for $0.99 on Android devices via Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.disney.brave_google and will be launching soon in the Amazon AppStore for Android.
ABOUT TEMPLE RUN
Created by Imangi Studios, Temple Run was recently named in Time Magazine's Top 30 Apps to download, Temple Run has been downloaded over 60 million times on the iPad, iPhone and Android platforms.
ABOUT DISNEY•PIXAR’S “BRAVE”
Disney•Pixar’s “Brave” will be released in theatres on June 22. “Brave” is the story of Merida, the skilled archer and head-strong daughter of Kind Fergus. Determined to carve her own path in life, Merida defies an age-old custom and unleashes chaos and fury in the kingdom. For help, she is granted an ill-fated wish, and now must undo a beastly curse before it’s too late and discover the meaning of true bravery.
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