After a long wait, Temple Run is finally available for Android — but it isn't available for Motorola's Droid Bionic or even its flagship Droid RAZR. Droid-Life spoke to Imangi Studios, the company behind the game, who said it "hopes [the game will] be available on those devices in the future" but didn't give a specific timeframe as to when that will be. We checked for ourselves on a Droid RAZR and can confirm the game isn't available on the device in either the Google Play or Amazon App Stores. As Droid-Life notes, the Droid 4, a device which runs on a very similar chipset to the RAZR and Bionic, is one of the devices capable of running the app — which brings up serious questions about Android fragmentation. This is not a rare occurrence in the Android world, as Grand Theft Auto III launched on Android with support only for "select" dual-core devices. Hopefully this will be a problem we see less and less in the future — but only time will tell.
'Temple Run' not yet available for Droid RAZR or Bionic
'Temple Run' not yet available for Droid RAZR or Bionic/
Temple Run is finally available for Android, but curiously enough, Motorola's Droid RAZR and Droid Bionic aren't among the supported devices.