"Temple Run" only supports single-player games and does not have a multi-player feature. In 2012, many people began receiving spam invites on Facebook for "Temple Run Multi-player." Upon accepting the invite, the application directed users to a homepage that consisted of a "Temple Run" image, a play button and a high score button. Clicking the play button directed users to a standard Facebook login window. Once users logged in, the application would randomly invite a person's Facebook friends.
"Temple Run" is an endless running video game developed and published by Imangi Studios in 2011. Initially, it was released for iOS devices, but later ported to Android and Windows Phone 8.
In June 2012, Imangi teamed up with Disney to promote the film "Brave" with a spin-off game titled "Temple Run: Brave." It was released on June 14 for iOS and Android and topped the charts as the most-downloaded paid game. A second spin-off game, "Temple Run: Oz," was released in February 2013 for iOS to coincide with the release of the Disney film, "Oz the Great and Powerful." A sequel to the original game was released in January 2013 for iOS and Android. As of June 2014, "Temple Run" and its sequel have been downloaded over 1 billion times.