Free iPhone and iPad games - Temple Run: Brave, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty


Free iPhone and iPad games - Temple Run: Brave, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty

Welcome to another instalment of Pocket Gamer's free game round-up - a feature that highlights the top App Store titles that have been made free in the past 24 hours.

As we've stated many times before, prices in the App Store change frequently. Grab these freebies before you miss out on a top bargain.

Remember to let us and your fellow readers know about any other great free apps in our comments section below.

Additionally, you can find out about all the latest App Store updates, price drops, and more by using the cleverly hidden hyperlink in this paragraph.

And if you're craving even more quality freebies, be sure to check out the Free App Alliance iPhone app for daily recommendations of the best free apps the App Store has to offer.

Temple Run: Brave
By Disney - download for iPhone and iPad

If you like Imangi's Temple Run, you'll love Temple Run: Brave. It's essentially the same game, you see, albeit it with shinier graphics; characters and locations from Disney's animated Brave movie; and a new archery component.

You aim, though, is pretty much the same: sprint for as long as you possibly can without falling off the side of a cliff, smacking face-first into a tree, or being mauled by the grisly beast that's chasing you.

You can use the coins you collect as you play to purchase several power-ups and utilities, such as wings that resurrect you if you suffer an untimely demise, from the in-game store.

Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty
By Marvel Entertainment - download for iPhone and iPad

Did you grab Thor: Son of Asgard from yesterday's free game round-up? If so, why not add another of Marvel's Avengers to your iTunes library?

In Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, you assume the role of super-soldier Steve Rogers, and head behind enemy lines during WWII to defeat Hydra and Red Skull. Basically, you have to beat the stuffing out of baddies across 24 different levels.

This side-scrolling brawler features an original script by Marvel writer Christos Gage, and comic panels by Marvel artists Ron Lim and Christopher Sotomayor. Again, it's definitely the real deal.

Anthony Usher
Anthony Usher
Anthony is a Liverpool, UK-based writer who fell in love with gaming while playing Super Mario World on his SNES back in the early '90s. When he isn't busy grooming his beard, you can find him replaying Resident Evil or Final Fantasy VII for the umpteenth time. Aside from gaming, Anthony likes hiking, MMA, and pretending he’s a Viking.