Most endless runner games have one thing in common. They provide high entertainment value.
Daddy’s just lost his job and decided, in these tough economic times, that robbing the casino and a few apartments along the way is the best way to keep the wife happy.
I don’t know why Redford is having a delightfully happy adventure in dreamy locations while his brother and sister remain kidnapped and locked up in a faraway land by a mysterious monster.
Platform running games are quite repetitive in nature and don’t offer too much variety in gameplay. Nevertheless, their fast paced action gives you a huge head rush that keeps you coming back for more.
When I did my Best Games of 2012 round up, one of the obvious games to make the list was Temple Run. The game is simple to learn, easy to control, and a lot of fun, not to mention Android users were clamoring to get their hands on the game since it’s iOS release. Last week, Temple Run 2 came out and I decided to give it a whirl. Can the sequel live up to the reputation set by the first game? Let’s find out.