Imangi Studios Responds To User Complaints, Quickly Pushes Out Update For Temple Run
When the mega-hit game Temple Run launched on Android, people jumped at the chance to play this highly addicting endless running game. In fact, Temple Run was downloaded a whopping 1 million times in just three days. Unfortunately, the excitement didn’t last very long for some users (including myself) due to random crashes. It was quite frustrating. I was itching to collect coins, outrun evil monkeys, and slide under arcs of fire. Only problem was — the game would reset after every run. Thankfully the team at Imangi Studios heard the cries of anxious adventurers and quickly pushed out an update.
I’m happy to announce, since yesterday’s update, Temple Run has been running flawlessly on my Galaxy Nexus; although I’m not sure if that’s such a good thing since now I can’t put the game down. The update not only fixed the random crashes but also:
- Added support for Droid Bionic and Droid Razr. We’re working on adding more devices.
- Fixed magnet so it multiplies coin value when it needs to
- Fixed some spelling mistakes
- Fixed Allergic to Gold achievement
I’m extremely pleased with the quick response by Imangi Studios as I’m sure thousands of other users are, and respect the fact that they care about their product and those who use it. Kudos to you Imangi, and thanks for making such an enjoyable game. To grab the latest update simply hit up the Google Play Store link below.
Google Play Store Link | Temple Run