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Temple Run rolls into deal with Sonic Drive-In

Imangi Studios has joined forces with the restaurant chain to bring Temple Run-themed toys to the drive-in's kids meals.
March 24, 2015

Raleigh, North Carolina-based Imangi Studios has joined forces with American restaurant chain Sonic Drive-In to bring Temple Run-themed toys to the QSR’s kids meals.

For the promotion, which runs until April 19, the toys will be available with the purchase of a Wacky Pack kids meal.

Offerings include stickers of in-game runners (Scarlett Fox, Guy Dangerous, Karma Lee and Barry Bones), the idol mask, an endless-runner maze and figurines. On the interactive front, each toy will feature a scannable Temple Run code that unlocks a digital photobooth, via the Wacky Pack website.

The restaurant toys and content are the latest products to join the Temple Run CP line. Since the first Temple Run app debuted in August 2011, the franchise has grown to over 30 licensees, including apparel, digital comics, card and board games and most recently, publishing.

In June 2014, Imangi announced that its Temple Run series had amassed over a billion downloads for its apps, which include Temple Run, Temple Run: Brave, Temple Run: Oz and Temple Run 2.

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