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Temple Run: Brave How to Play

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Same as in original Temple Run Merida is constantly running forward, so you’re only in charge of dodging obstacles, turning, gathering coins, and shooting arrows at random targets. To move left and right on the set path, you must tilt your device the way you want your character to head.
On occasion, there will be obstacles you’ll need to hop over. Simply swipe upwards on the screen. You’ll need to go under things as well. This requires a swipe downward.
Ending up with dead ends!? Quickly swipe left or right on the screen.
You'll also encounter random bull’s eye targets on the side of the screen. When you’re near them, a tap of the screen will have your character automatically shooting them. If you manage to hit all of the targets in a row, your bonus meter will fill up a bit.
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