New Android Game: Subway Surfers – Exciting Endless Runner (Video)

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  • 21 Sep 2012
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  • Endless runner type games are appealing for most mobile games as they offer exciting gameplay that requires fast reflexes and fast paced action. Subway Surfers offered by Kiloo Games has been available on iOS for some time And now it has arrived for Android and offers a very adictive experience.

    Subway Surfers

    The goal of Subway Surfers is to evade the cops at all costs. This means dodging trains, jumping hurdles, and taking advantage of power-ups like the previously mentioned hoverboard. Being that it’s a 3D endless runner, there are plenty of comparisons to be made to Temple Run. The controls aren’t unlike what you find in most endless runners: Swipe left and right to switch lanes, up to jump, and down to tuck and roll. If you’ve any power-ups or items in your arsenal, a double-tap will activate them.

    The power-ups in Subway Surfers add a level of variety to the gameplay. There’s a magnet that attracts any and all coins you’re near, boots that increase your speed, a jetpack that places you above all the obstacles, and more. You can earn them by playing the game, but the option to purchase and upgrade them via in-game store also exists. You can get quite a bit of currency for just $0.99, but the game is good about giving you a decent amount from just playing.


    Subway Surfers for Android is available for free on the Play Store.

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