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A PHP Error was encountered Severity: Notice Message: Undefined offset: 0 Filename: models/Client_model.php Line Number: 313 Temple Run 2 is an endless running video game developed and published by Imangi Studios. A sequel to Temple Run, the game was produced, designed and programmed by husband and wife team Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova, with art by Kiril Tchangov. It was released on the App Store on January 16, 2013, on Google Play on January 24, and on Windows Phone 8 on Decembers 20. In November 2020 Imangi Studios released Temple Run 2 for the web on Poki.As of June 2014, Temple Run 2 and its predecessor have been downloaded over 1 billion times. Gameplay Temple Run 2 features the same controls as its predecessor. However, the gameplay itself is slightly different insofar as it introduces new obstacles, such as zip-lines, mine tracks, sharper turns, waterfalls, and jets of fire. The game also features new power-ups, whose use is typically governed by an energy bar that is filled up by collecting coins, and players now can save the protagonist from death by using green gems that are collected while running, or purchased online. The game is set in a different location than the first game, and the main character runs faster. The three monkeys that chased the character in the original game have been eliminated. Now, a single large monkey called Cuchank is the sole antagonist. Characters The initial release featured Guy Dangerous as the default character, with Scarlett Fox, Barry Bones and Karma Lee being unlockable. In early versions of the game, Scarlett Fox had to be purchased with coins; this requirement was dropped in an update on April 20, 2015, in support of gender equality, allowing people to play as the character immediately upon downloading the game.In August 2013, Usain Bolt was made available for purchase for a limited time, though this was later made permanent. In December, Santa Claus was made available for purchase, only for a limited time.On September 9, 2014, the character Maria Selva was released as part of a promotion with National Geographic Kids books. In October, several National Football League players were made available for purchase for a limited time. Development and release The development of Temple Run 2 began in March 2012. Imangi Studios stated that the main goal of the game was to make the gameplay similar and familiar to the original while introducing new elements and creating a "redeveloped experience." According to Keith Shepherd, "Our biggest reason for doing the sequel instead of an update is that we just we