Enjoy this thrilling racing game that will let you enjoy a police chase on a hoverboard. Try not to crash into the buses on crowded streets, collect coins and be on the lookout for balloons! Can you run away before it's too late?
How to play Subway Surfers
In Subway Surfers you will play the role of a graffiti artist who is running away from a vigilante on the subway tracks. To control our protagonist, you'll have to use the arrow keys on your keyboard. Use "left" and "right" to avoid trains and obstacles. Pressing "up" will make you jump and pressing "down" will make you roll to avoid low obstacles. Your character has an ace up his sleeve, he has a "hoverboard" that will make you move faster and will give you an "extra life" if you crash. To use it, press the "Space" key. Along the way you'll find boosters that will allow you to jump more, fly briefly or attract coins with a magnet. Finally, collect as many coins as you can, with them you'll be able to improve the skills of our graffiti artist.
Want some tips on how to improve in Subway Surfers?
The expert players of Subway Surfers advise playing with two fingers on the keyboard's crosshead. Dedicate the right finger to the right button and tricks and the left finger to the left button. Use the roll action to stop a jump in mid-air to control where you land. Try to stay on top of the train roofs as long as you can. These are safer areas with fewer obstacles coming from the front. Activate your hoverboard when the going gets tough and you see you might crash. Don't waste your keys on extending any race, save them for your best performances. And above all, don't neglect upgrading your skills. Spend the money earned in each race to upgrade them fairly.
Who developed Subway Surfers?
This platform game was co-developed by the company Kiloo and SYBO Games. It was released in 2012 in its iOS and Android versions and later its browser version appeared as well. Since then new versions have appeared based on a tour of different cities around the world adapting the graphics to recall each destination.