Disney and Imangi Studios pair for Temple Run: Oz

Disney and Imangi Studios pair for Temple Run: Oz

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Disney and Imangi Studios have paired up again for a variation of the popular Temple Run series of endless running games. As was the case with last year’s Brave, the two have put together a game for the upcoming movie, OZ: The Great and Powerful. Called –wait for it –Temple Run: OZ, you’re taking on the role of Oz and you need to outrun the shrieking (flying!) baboons.

Features:

  • Stunning environments inspired by the film – explore them all.
  • Fly in a hot air balloon – earn even more coins.
  • Explore different locations in Oz – follow sign posts!
  • The environment changes as you run – test your reflexes.
  • Compete in weekly challenges – beat your friends!

Hurry up and grab the game today (March 6) as you also get 1500 free coins, a $.99 value.

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.disney.TempleRunOz.goo” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Temple Run: OZ (Google Play)[/download_link]

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