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| February 28, 2013
All Train Tracks Lead To Rome In Subway Surfers' New Content Update
Subway Surfers, which is my favorite endless running game bar none, has just pulled up at a new stop in its ongoing World Tour. And this particular stop is nothing but magnifico. After taking us to the New York City Subway and treating us to the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Subway Surfers is now transporting us to the streets of Rome. Yes, the Subway Surfers World Tour is now taking place in a virtual version of Rome, which is, of course, filled with fountains, clotheslines, and pillars. And like the previous World Tour stops, Subway Surfers' Rome edition introduces a new character and new boards. [caption id="attachment_387724" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Subway Surfers[/caption] The new character comes in the person of Roberto, the Italian scooter kid. For a limited time only, you can add him to your character collection using 95,000 coins. As for the new boards, there are four: Starboard, Scoot, Kick-Off, and Chicky. Starboard is free, Scoot can be bought for 35,000 coins, and Kick-Off is available for 50,000 coins for a limited time only. Chicky, for its part, requires something a little more special. To unlock the Chicky board, you must hunt for and collect 100 Easter eggs. And you must do so as you surf through Rome while the train inspector pursues you in his hilarious Easter bunny suit. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later, the new version of Subway Surfers is available now in the App Store for free. Where do you think Subway Surfers World Tour is going next? [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]