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I Made Temple Run Game But RTX IS ON

Watch how I Made Temple Run in Unreal Engine 4 with INSANE graphics.
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I Made Temple Run with Rtx support using an unreal engine. Usually, I use blueprints in my videos because it’s a very powerful visual scripting tool.
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A bit about Unreal Engine 4:
The Unreal Engine is a AAA game engine developed by Epic Games. The latest release is Unreal Engine 4, which launched in 2014 under a subscription model. Since 2015, it can be downloaded for free, with its source code available on GitHub.
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A bit about the Temple Run game:
Temple Run 2 is an endless running video game developed and published by Imangi Studios. A sequel to Temple Run, the game was produced, designed, and programmed by husband and wife team Keith Shepherd and Natalia Lukyanova, with art by Kiril Tchangov.

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A bit about the game I made in the video:
There is a temple, Padmanabhaswamy Temple, in the state of Kerala that is the mother of all supernatural sites. The portals of Vault B remained locked despite all efforts made by the committee to open them. Of all the six vaults, the Bharatakkon Kallara or Chamber B is believed to be deeply rooted in God Padmanabhaswamy. The said belief strengthened with the untimely death of Sundarajan, the petitioner, a month after the doors were opened. Another observer lost his mother to death as a result of the curse.

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