A lot of developers get excited when their game(s) break the 1 million downloads mark, and they should, it is a pretty big feat to get a million people to download a game or an application. Breaking 10 million is even more exciting, and so is 50 million. The higher the downloads number gets, the smaller the list of games and applications reaching those goals gets. Breaking a billion downloads is something only a few games have done, and Subway Surfers is the latest one to do it.
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Every so often we have to issue one of these PSA (public service announcement) notices about either a developer offering up a ridiculous amount of fake apps and games or about the fake apps and games themselves. Usually these fake apps and games are either laced with malware or try to get unfortunately people who think they have the correct game or app installed to dish out money for it.
One of the more popular endless running games out of the plethora of titles that have arrived in this genre over the past 8 months is Subway Surfers by Kiloo Games. Well the crew at Kiloo Games have pushed out a new update which brings with it a bunch of new content to check out.
At some point, you’ve probably dreamed of living the life of a subway-surfing, graffiti-spraying, boombox-toting, hoverboard riding kid. Living life on the edge and running from the law. Jumping over trains is your 9-to-5. Every day, 24/7, making your living off of coins you find laying all over the railways. It’s a pretty humble lifestyle, but because because you’re the definition of “Cool”, you can handle it, right? Who are you kidding, of course you can. You’re no match for that cop and his dog. Why? Because you’re a Subway Surfer. Okay, that’s kind of a grittier take on the super-colorful, hyper-stylized world of Subway Surfers, but if you’ve ever fantasized about subway-surfing, this game is for you. And if you haven’t guessed the title by now, the game I’m talking about is Subway Surfers.
In the actual market, creativity and innovation are two words that usually make up as a good start when creating a game, being it extremely important in an era where lots of game genres are already taken by successful and un-aging hits. It’s the case of the Continuous Running (or Infinite Running for literal purposes) genre, where hits like Temple Run or Agent Dash have actually bumped up the users expectations on new releases. Well, it seems like Kiloo Games have joined hands with Sybo Games in making their own name now with the release of Subway Surfers, that has finally comes to Android after being on iOS for quite some time.