Temple Run 2 dashes to Android

Temple Run 2, having already achieved 20 million downloads on iOS, is now available for Android devices. Those rocking vanilla Android gadgets can snag the game for free from Google Play, while Kindle tablet owners can grab it from the Amazon Appstore. Just make it quick, there's a monster on your tail.

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Temple Run 2 Now Available for Free on Google Play and Amazon Marketplace
After a 20 million-strong debut weekend on the App Store, Temple Run 2 races onto Android and Kindle devices

RALEIGH, N.C. - Jan. 24, 2013 - Imangi Studios, the independent studio behind the mega-hit endless runner Temple Run, today announced that Temple Run 2 is now available for select Android and Kindle devices. Featuring high-res graphics, new obstacles, abilities, player powers, and achievements, Temple Run 2 takes place in an entirely new and infinitely more challenging world filled with curvy roads, hills and valleys, where players must fly down zip lines and speed along in mine carts to get away from the temple dwellers and retain control of the idol.

"Last year, we saw so much enthusiasm from the Temple Run community when we expanded the original game to more mobile platforms," said Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi Studios. "With Temple Run 2, we are thrilled to be able to follow up with the Android version so quickly after the App Store debut, and hope that fans of the game are just as excited about it as we are."

After launching on iOS one week ago, Temple Run 2 was downloaded over 20 million times in the first 4 days, with over 6 million downloads in its first 24 hours of availability. The original Temple Run has been downloaded over 170 million times across the App Store, Google Play and Amazon Marketplace.

Download Temple Run 2 for free on:
Google Play
Amazon Marketplace

About Imangi Studios
Imangi Studios was founded by husband and wife team Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova in 2008 with the goal of creating small fun games for everyone to enjoy. What started as a dream job for the couple has evolved into a successful business, with Keith and Natalia now working with a team of other talented game creators. In 2011, the studio developed the mega-hit Temple Run, which has been downloaded over 170 million times. Based in North Carolina, the self-funded, fully independent studio has also developed a number of other games including Harbor Master and Temple Run: Brave.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.