Subway Surfers World Tour takes you to Peru
The developers behind the Subway Surfers UWP app for Windows 10 launched an update with new environments set in Peru.
Subway Surfers’ journey to Peru
In Subway Surfers’ most recent update, you have to dash and dodge as fast as you can to avoid all kinds of obstacles and trains to continue escaping the Inspector and his dog.
This newest update is 184.108.40.206. and takes you on a World Tour in South America where you can explore the beautiful scenery and the colorful markets of Peru.
The update’s changelog also includes a playful new Poncho outfit for Carlos. You will be able to take the iconic Tumi board for a ride in the Subway and you will be able to get shiny Inca statues in the Weekly Hunts to earn some great prizes.
More about Subway Surfers
Subway Surfers is an endless runner mobile game developed by Kiloo and SYBO Games, two private companies from Denmark. The game is available on iOS, Android, Kindle, and Windows Phone platforms. The player takes the role of a teenage hooligan caught applying graffiti in a metro railway site. From there, the player has to run down the tracks to escape the Inspector and his dog.
As you move through the game, you have to pick up gold coins out of the air while dodging collisions with railway cars and other objects at the same time. You also have to jump on top of trains to avoid getting caught. There are also some special events which will result in in-game rewards, such as Weekly Hunt.
The game was released back in May 2012 and continues to receive updates from time to time. Since 2013, its updates have been based on a World Tour theme which puts it on a weekly update schedule.
You can download the game for free from Microsoft Store.
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