Temple Run 2 has been downloaded 20 million times already - destructoid

Temple Run 2 has been downloaded 20 million times already

10:30 PM on 01.21.2013

Six million downloads on first day alone



Temple Run 2, which was just released four days ago, has already been download over 20 million times on the Apple App Store. Six million downloads occurred on the first day alone. The game became the number one free app within eight hours after release, and is currently sitting at the number two spot in the Top Grossing App category. Holy Batman that's impressive.

Here's some more crazy statistics: People have already played over 210 million sessions of Temple Run 2, which equals over 1,775 years of total gameplay time.

At this rate, Temple Run 2 could very well reach Temple Run numbers by the end of the year, especially once it hits other platforms. The original has been downloaded over 170 million times across the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon.

I guess you could say Temple Run has easily been a  ... run away hit HAHAHAAHAHAHA!




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