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  • Summary: The End Begins! The world comes to an end; run like hell, collect duct tape and buy goodies for your survival camp. Once the streets are deserted, everything is covered in lava, you are alone, you hear the groove, experience the Collapse and you will know that it has begun. Run! The End App challenges your reflexes, offers infinite game play with progressive level design and multiple environments. Avoid the subway, jump over the burned down police car and reach the hidden duct tape while running in the deserted city. You will be guided through the 14 days with 5 challenges each day.The camp is your temple pray to get a lucky coin.Practice with freeruns for a challenge or buy boosters to make it easier for yourself, but never ever take your eyes off the duct tape! Collect them!★★★ Features: ★★★☆ 3D, awesome, diverse graphics, rich colors.☆ The hottest topic of 2012 told from a rare perspective makes the game unique and funny.☆ Unleash crazy Power Ups.☆ The game takes you to multiple environments.☆ There is a big city to explore, with more than 100 levels. ☆ Infinite game play makes The End addictive.☆ Original music and sound effects and the cool voiceover give the beat. ☆ Compete with your friends through the Game Center Leader board.☆ Facebook and Twitter share are integrated.☆ Easy to use swipe and tilt controls. ☆ Experience high display graphics on older devices. ☆ Native retina support at 60 FPS.Learn why you have to run: www.theendapp.com Expand
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  1. Jul 6, 2012
    Aside from some quirky animations and a tendency for the camera to feel like it's sliding around too much, The End is exactly what fans of the original Temple Run deserve when it comes to a competitor in the scene. For some the original will always remain the best, but if you want something different or you enjoy something with a bit more bite, this is the game for you.
  2. Jul 6, 2012
    We definitely recommend TheEndApp for Temple Run fans looking for something a bit different. We just wish more thought went into the missions and plot, but as far as free iOS games go, we can't think of a better way to embrace mankind's destruction.
  3. Jul 8, 2012
    Considering the large number of Temple Run spin-offs that have spawned on the App Store, it is nice to see that some developers know how to put their own spin on things.
  4. Jul 6, 2012
    The End also shoots itself in the foot by tying challenges and duct tape rewards quite tightly to payment hoops or forced social broadcasting.
  5. Jul 10, 2012
    It's tough to give TheEndApp a hard time about its striking similarities to Temple Run. On one hand, a good deal of its gameplay mechanics are simply derivatives made popular by the popular endless runner. On the other hand, there's a reason why that combination works so well. TheEndApp deserves at least some credit for recreating the experience and, more importantly, doing it well.
  6. Jul 10, 2012
    It feels too derivative. What's there is fun but there's nothing about the game that makes it stand out amongst its rivals. Sure, the challenges are fun but it doesn't really add variety to the experience. For those desperate for a change of scenery, it might entertain. For everyone else, stick with Temple Run.
  7. Jul 9, 2012
    The End is a well-made clone of Temple Run, but it adds some of the worst tricks in social gaming.

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