Go to options on your main menu and turn on tutorial mode. Next start your tutorial on the turning tutorial, when you are turning slide your finger the correct way 3 times realy fast so can can run forever.
At the Title Screen enter the code for a effect:
samhines86 – Unlimited Invincibility
rxh7nigh – Unlockable Characters
How to Enter Cheat Codes
How to Enter Cheat Codes for Temple Run
In this situation, we’ve got good news and bad news for those gamers enjoying Temple Run and looking for a quick high-score and an easy run.
The good news is that anyone with a Jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch can enter codes at anytime by accessing the keyboard on Temple Run‘s title screen.
The bad news is that after update 1.4 (details here) this is the only way to enter these cheat codes. If you’ve still got Temple Run version 1.3, you can still use the cheat codes, but updating beyond that version will lock the ability to enter codes at the title screen.
In case you do have a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch, you can enter the following two codes:
samhines86 – Invincibility Code
rxh7nigh – Unlocks Extra Characters
In order to do it, turn on the Tutorial Mode, and start the game. At the very first turn, swipe to the right twice. By doing so, the runner will turn around, and you’ll be able to keep running without moving a finger, since there aren’t any obstacles either.
Infinite Coins Glitch
There is an Infinite Coins Glitch for regular, unhacked iPhones as well as an Infinite Coins Hack for those with iPhones that have been Jailbreak-ed.
Temple Run Infinite Money Glitch Doesn’t Work The Way You Think It Would
There’s a video circling the web right now that supposedly demonstrates how to earn an infinite amount of coins in Temple Run without hacking or Jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch.
This glitch works, but it doesn’t produce the desired effect.
The trick is to head to options and turn on tutorial mode. Once you’ve turned on tutorial mode, start a run and swipe to the side twice very quickly at the first turn.
This might take several tries, but once you nail it, your character can run forever and rack up a huge score.
So what’s the problem with this? With tutorial mode on, you will not be able to collection any coins or post any high scores. You can totally freak your friends out in person, but you won’t be able to rack up a score that totally trounces anything your friends post.
Sorry to anyone who might have thought this was real! We’ll keep you tuned to any new tricks or tips discovered for Temple Run.
There is a slide trick, You will never look up. Just keep sliding and You won’t minus speed. Watch out though, You wont be able to see anything except trees.
There are a number of Unlockable Characters to be discovered in Temple Run, including: Guy Dangerous, Barry Bones, Karma Lee, Scarlett Fox, Montanna Smith, Francisco Montoya and more! Use our Unlockable Characters Guide to unlock them all.
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.
Resurrect Twice in One Run
Buy two resurrections and once you go 1000m after using the first one, you can use a second one.
Did you know that you can actually use the resurrection item twice in one run? Here’s how to use the powerup for an extremely long run:
1) Make sure you have more than one resurrection power-up in stock. Obviously you’ll need more than one if you’d like to use two in one run.
2) You have to double-tap the resurrection power-up to activate it. The power-up will keep you from dying for a few minutes.
3) Once the wings wear off, you have to run 1000m before using the second resurrection power-up.
With that distance and two resurrections in your run, you’ll definitely hit a high score that you can brag about to your friends.
Fulfill the required task to unlock each achievement. There are 22 in total.
1/2 Million Club – Score 500,000 points
1/4 Million Club – Scored 250,000 points
10K Runner – Run 10,000 meters
5K Runner – Run 5,000 meters
Adventurer – Scored 25,000 points
Allergic to Gold – Run 1,000m without collecting any coins
Athlete – Ran 2,500 meters
Double Resurrection – Resurrect twice in one run
Head Start – Use a Head Start
High Roller – Scored 100,000 points
Lump Sum – Collected 500 coins
Mega Bonus – Filled the bonus meter 4x
Million Club – Score 1,000,000 points
Miser Run – Run 500m without collecting any coins
Money Bags – Collected 1,000 coins
Novice Runner – Ran 500 meters
Payday – Collected 750 coins
Piggy Bank – Collected 250 coins
Pocket Change – Collected 100 coins
Resurrection – Resurrect after dying
Sprinter – Ran 1,000 meters
Treasure Hunter – Scored 50,000 points
We have the most complete, easy-to-use Temple Run Walkthrough featuring tips, tricks and more for high scores and tons of coins.
Temple Run Walkthrough and Tips for High Scores
With randomly generate levels and an arcade-like high-score focus, it might be impossible to write a very detailed walkthrough, but there are very simple steps that will help you achieve the highest score possible.
1) Comfort and Control
The easiest way to earn a high score is really a matter of comfort and helping your hand survive a record-setting run. You will absolutely cramp up if you don’t hold your phone properly. With all the tilt control needed to navigate Temple Run‘s twisting platforms, hold your phone improperly will inhibit you from making it through a long run.
Hold your phone with your hand wrapped around it horizontally, with fingers on one side and your thumb on the other. Determine which hand you’re most comfortable swiping side-to-side and up and down with and then hold the phone with the opposite hand.
Don’t worry yourself with the character you’re playing as or single-use powerups like the resurrection or boost. Those can come in handy later when you’re really pushing for a leaderboard topping run, but in the beginning, it’s best to upgrade with the coin magnet powerup. Once you’ve got your hands on that, it’ll be easier to horde more and more coins in later runs.
As you progress you should unlock upgrades in the following order: Coin Magnet, Double Value, 50 Coin, Invisibilty, and 250 M Boost.
3) Up or Down
Many of the obstacles that Temple Run would like you to slide under can be jumped over, so it’s a good idea to be prepared to jump more than slide. In fact, a high score is readily attainable if your muscle memory defaults to jumping over more obstacles than sliding under.
Also remember that until you reach extremely high distances, Temple Run will not mix up the obstacles one right after the other. Basically if you see roots, expect more roots in the short term. If you see flames, the same can be said.
4) Money Can’t Buy Life
While the resurrection single-use powerup might actually refute that claim, it stands to reason that you should be much more concerned with your well-being in Temple Run than with the coins that might stray from the center of the path.
It can be tempting to make a big effort to tilt your phone side to side to grab the odd strand of coins, but in reality, there’s more profit in a longer run than there is in those distractions. If you’re really interested in earning a ton of dough, focus on the obstacles in front of you and stick to the middle path (unless the middle path is missing).
Once you’ve got the double coins upgrade, this advice will really ring true as the more valuable coins don’t appear until after 1500 meters.
5) Purposely Trip
Reader Ross writes in to add to our Temple Run tips:
Later as the player starts to move much faster you can actually trip on purpose to slow yourself down. Trip twice and the monkeys will catch you, so you have to be careful. There are two easy ways to trip. Don’t avoid the smaller tree root, walk right over it or swipe to turn without being at a turn. This only works on the paths that have edges that keep you from falling off.
Thanks for the extra tip Ross! If you’ve got a tip be sure to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add them to our Temple Run guide!