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Temple Run Unlockable Characters Guide
Who is the best character to use in Temple Run?
Once you've been playing a lot of Temple Run, you'll probably have amassed quite a few coins. Head to the store and check out some of the unlockable characters to fit your personality and play style.
There are currently (as of 1.4.1) severn characters to choose from. Here's the rundown:
-Guy Dangerous is "just your average explorer." As the default character in Temple Run, you'll probably use Guy the most.
-Scarlett Fox is next up. As a "cunning escape artist" Scarlett is a natural fit for Temple Run. It'll take 10,000 coins to unlock this character.
-Barry Bones is a "city cop with an attitude." You'd think this makes him tougher, but he can easily succumb to monkeys, tree roots, and drop-offs just like any other character. You'll need 10,000 coins to unlock Barry.
-Karma Lee is the next unlockable character. At 25,000 coins, you'll find Karma Lee to be quite the expensive unlock, but with "the fastest legs in the Far East," it's probably worth it.
-Montana Smith probably reminds you of another adventurer. In fact, Temple Run's store description says that he is "the second greatest explorer ever." At 25,000 coins, you'd think you'd unlock the greatest explorer ever, but it's nice to know Montana Smith doesn't claim to be anything he's not.
-Francisco Montoya is a conquistador on the hunt for gold. You'll have had to be on the hunt for gold for quite some time since it costs 25,000 coins to unlock him.
-Zack Wonder is the last unlockable character added to Temple Run. You wouldn't think a football star would find himself in a jungle temple, but Wonder is there for you to play as if you've got 25,000 coins lying around for the unlock.
Stick with GameRevolution because we'll keep you tuned in to any new characters added to Temple Run in the future.
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