apple_store_app_icon_ios_7_150Apple began offering free apps, books, and music via its Apple Store app back in August, and today the company has made hit endless running game Temple Run: Oz available at no cost.

Normally priced at $0.99, Temple Run: Oz was created through a partnership between developer Imangi and Disney to promote the "Oz the Great and Powerful" movie. Like other Temple Run games, Oz is an endless runner that takes advantage of power ups. It is set in the land of Oz and includes special features like hot-air balloon flying.

Temple Run: Oz is the exhilarating sequel to the classic game, based on the film Oz the Great and Powerful. In this game you’ll run, fly, an slide across the yellow brick road.

Previous free content offered through the Apple Store app has included Color Zen, Away in My Airplane, and six free iTunes Festival song downloads.

The Apple Store app can be downloaded from the App Store for free [Direct Link] and Temple Run: Oz, which is universal, can be downloaded by tapping on the icon in the "Featured" section of the Apple Store app. According to the Apple Store description, Oz will be available until November 15.

Top Rated Comments

dannyyankou Avatar
112 months ago
The replies in this thread make me think that schools should probably put a little more focus on reading comprehension.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BaldiMac Avatar
112 months ago
99¢ according to iTunes Store at 5:40 pm ET 10-9-2013.
Not Free.

Now go ahead and read the entire OP. :D
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
robertnq Avatar
112 months ago
Your using the wrong app, use the Apple Store App...not iTunes store although I think you meant App Store :)

99¢ according to iTunes Store at 5:40 pm ET 10-9-2013.
Not Free.
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giantfan1224 Avatar
112 months ago
Worked for me as well. Awesome, another reason for my kids to want to borrow my phone non stop!
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giantfan1224 Avatar
112 months ago
My issue is that it's a known title and a year old. How about giving something folks don't likely already have. Same with the freebies in the store app

There's always that one guy that has to complain about getting something for free...
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BenTrovato Avatar
112 months ago
Seems like too much work :D
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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