Temple Run turns downloaded over 100 million times

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 3 August 2012 02:16 GMT

Players have racked up over 54,000 years with Imangi’s Temple Run since its launch just one year ago.

According to a handy infographic released to mark its first birthday, the game has been downloaded over 100 million times.

13% of the population of the US, Australia, South Korea and Sweden have downloaded the game, while an astonishing 20% of Singaporeans have grabbed it, too.

The iDevice version is the most popular, of course, but a good 30% of downloads came through Google Play, which serves Android devices.

Temple Run famously reignited its launch hype by going free-to-play.

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