Now, you can dash and dodge trains with pyramids, sphinx statues, and desert landscapes adorning the track sides. You can also play as Jasmine, the adventurous princess, and collect scarab beetles to unlock prizes in weekly hunts.
The new version of Subway Surfers also lets you:
- Use extra Headstarts to begin your run at higher speed
- Complete more missions in one run to earn cool Awards
- Boost your collection with new powerful Board Upgrades
To recap, Subway Surfers’ World Tour, which kicked off in January last year, has been to: New York City, U.S.A.; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Rome, Italy; Sydney, Australia; Tokyo, Japan; Miami, U.S.A.; Paris, France; Beijing, China; Moscow, Russia; New Orleans, U.S.A.; London, England; Mumbai, India; Seoul, South Korea; Mexico City, Mexico; São Paulo, Brazil; Los Angeles, U.S.A.; and Cairo, Egypt — with a few revisits to some of those cities in between.
Here’s hoping Subway Surfers gets updated with gameplay enhancements that go beyond its mere city-inspired World Tour theme adjustments.
See also: Official running game based on ‘The Maze Runner’ sci-fi movie arrives on iOS, Meep, meep! Zynga teases new Looney Tunes Dash level-based runner game for iOS, and Tom Hanks’ iconic Gump gets the endless running game treatment in Run Forrest Run.