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Temple Run: Brave

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Dewain27

Guys/Gals,

 

Have you guys seen that we have a new game called Temple Run: Brave.  It looks to be a Temple Run based on the theme of Disney's Brave movie.  I haven't downloaded it yet, but wanted to see if others had.  It is $1.49 in the store and currently is featured.

 

Thanks,

 

Dewain

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LawnPaul

I got it. The kids and wife love it. Its very smooth.

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Dewain27

Alright... I bought it... review to come.

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Dave

Good to hear. I was thinking about it myself. My kids are playing a few of the "temple run" type games and love them.

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Dewain27

So, I got this for my daughter and I have to say that she and all the kids at the table on Sunday for lunch were clamoring to play it.  For me, I thought wow this thing is pretty hard, but looked over to see all the kids making me look like a newb.  It is basically the same as your typical Temple Run, but it does include a new concept of shooting targets as you run as well.  I do think that this would be easier as a phone game, but hey it does run well and is really fun to play.

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