Almost five months after its launch in the App Store, Temple Run: Brave has finally received its first major update.
Made in collaboration with Disney/Pixar, Temple Run: Brave basically replaces Guy Dangerous with Merida, the princess protagonist of “Brave,” and the evil demon monkeys with the demonic bear Mordu.
Most notably, Temple Run: Brave adds a little bit of archery to the proceedings, challenging you to aim arrows at targets as you guide Merida in her endless running.
And now, through its new update, Temple Run: Brave is adding another new feature called Wisp mode.
Before you can enter the new Wisp mode, you must first unlock the new Wisp mode token in the in-game store. Once unlocked, the Wisp mode token will occasionally appear along your run.
Every time you run into this token, you automatically get transported to a new spirit world in Wisp mode. Something of a bonus stage, this mode lets you collect the Wisps, which in turn let you unlock a new slow motion power-up.
Designed for both iPhone and iPad, Temple Run: Brave is available in the App Store for $0.99.
The updated version of the game also features iPhone 5 optimization, Game Center support, and score sharing through Facebook and Twitter.