Temple Run is one of the most successful mobile games ever, and it's no surprise that its developers chose to port it over to the growing in popularity Windows Phone platform. The launch was supposed to take place before this past December, but delays forced it to be postponed by a few months.
This is the original version of Temple Run which went live on iOS over 18 months ago, but we are sure that Temple Run 2 cannot be far behind. Unlike a lot of Windows Phone games, Temple Run does not feature any Xbox Live integration, but we doubt that will be an issue with anyone.
In addition to Temple Run, Windows Phone also saw a few more games such as Gravity Guy 2, Ruzzle, 6th Planet, Propel Man, Orcs Must Survive, Fling Theory and Drift Mania Championship find their way into the Windows Phone Store.
There is still a long list of promised games that Microsoft has yet to fulfill, which leads us to the question, are older iOS and Android games still even relevant after 18 months?
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:34 am CDT
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