Notching up 10 billion game sessions.
Imangi's free to play game is barely a year old, but has become one of the behemoths of the mobile gaming space. Of those 100m downloads, 68m, were on iOS.
The title challenges players to race down ancient temple walls and along sheer cliffs to collect coins.
It's been such a sensation that Imangi has closed a bunch of Angry Birds style merchandising deals, including apparel with JEM Sportswear, digital comics with Ape Entertainment, card and board games with Spin Master, arcade machines with Coastal Amusements and sleepwear with Komar.
The biggest of the lot was when Disney Pixar launched Temple Run: Brave, bringing together the film studio's summer release with a special version of the game.
"We never imagined that the game we were making and loved would be so well received around the world," said Keith Shepherd, co-founder of Imangi Studios.
"The last year has been incredible for us, and we are grateful to fans of the game. We hope to be able to provide them with more entertainment from the brand for years to come."
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the game, all mobile titles released prior to Temple Run by Imangi Studios will be available for free to download for a limited time.
There's also a new Temple Run update, which adds Retina Display support for the new iPad.