Subway Surfers: Top 10 Tips & Cheats | Unlimited Coins and Score





Subway Surfers is everywhere. Trust us when we tell you – you’ve caught a glimpse of someone on their smartphone playing this urban infinite runner. The art style is infinitely cool and the addictive “move as fast and far as you can” gameplay mechanic drives this game to the top of the charts.

Players who want to make the best of the game need to know the best way to approach it. There’s power-up’s, new characters and several missions you’ll need to master as you run through the subways.

Now go out there and keep running those subway tracks!


1. Try to Stay High (No, not like that…)



Maneuvering around the hazardous tracks in the game involves a lot of running, dashing and jumping. The safest method you’ll need to use when making your run’s is by running atop the trains. By staying high, you’ll have an easier run that’s not packed with instances of avoiding a bunch of several obstacles. When you jump off those trains and move in mid-air, your character will move into a diagonal movement. Diagonal jumps and movement will get you very far.

2. Make Sure You Know About All the Hoverboards



If you ever spend some coins on a hoverboard, you’ll have to become familiar with their special abilities too. Hoverboards last 30 seconds, but they’ll be unusable once you get hit. Check out the list below for all the permanent hoverbaords that are available to you all:

– Hoverboard (Starter)
– Big Kahuna
– Bouncer: Special Power: Super Jump (Has the same effects of Super Sneakers)
– Daredevil
– Freestyler
– Lowrider: Special Power: Stay Low (You won’t need to roll if you have that hoverboard in use)
– Lumberjack
– Miami
– Monster
– Scoot
– Skull Fire
– Starboard (Free Hoverboard that’s available to everyone)
– Superhero

Hit up SuperCheats.com for more info on the rest of the hoverboards that you can attach to your characters.

3. Learn About the Powerup’s The Game Has



AndroidIdentity.com made sure to note what all the powerup’s are and what they can do:


Jetpack: Gives you flying ability over all the trains and obstacles and you can still get a bunch of coins in the process.

Super Sneakers: These make you run a lot faster and the guard will be waaay behind.

Coin Magnet: While active, this magnet collects all the coins around you.

2X Multiplier: This will double your score while it is active.

4. So What Powerup’s Should You Use the Most?

At the start of your time with the game, the best powerup’s you need to equip is the Coin Magnet and the Jetpack. Copping as many coins as possible during the beginning portions of the game makes it easier for you to purchase more single use items. As for the jetpack, this item is another useful tool that will get a bunch of coins and keep you from harm. When you’re ready to get some extremely high scores, take advantage of the 2x Multiplier. Upgrade this powerup the most so you can eventually reach the x30 multiplier (which is possible through the use of all three items mentioned before). Upgrading the Jetpack and Super Sneakers makes your runs even more safer.

5. Use These Move Combinations

URGameTips.com listed a few button combinations that come in handy during those near-miss situations:

- Jump + Right or Jump + Right + Right = Dash to the right while in mid-air
– Jump + Left or Jump + Left + Left = Dash to the left while in mid-air
– Jump + Roll = Cancels your Jump then instantly goes into a Roll
– Roll + Jump = Cancels your Roll then instantly goes into a Jump

6. Make Sure You Complete Those Missions and Daily Challenges




Missions can be viewed by checking out the missions tab and by pausing the game. Make sure you keep a close eye on these missions since you’ll have to know what else you have to complete next to running really far. Some of the missions require you collect a certain amount of coins or score a certain number of points during a run, so always try to knock those out in during one stage. Daily challenges exist for an extra wrinkle in the gameplay that also gets you some Mystery Boxes.

7. Turn The Time Back on Your Device to Get Some Extra Characters


The Wikia page for the game listed a cheat method that can help you get your hands on some limited edition characters:


Steps
– Go to your device’s setting and click “Date and Time.”
– Set the time on stuff you want in the chart below.

Time Chart
– October 3, 2012 – Set this time for Zombie Jake.
– December 1, 2012 – Set this time for Elf Tricky and Starboard.
– January 5, 2013 – Set this time for Tony and Liberty.
– January 30, 2013 – Set this time for Carmen and Toucan.
– Februrary 28, 2013 – Set this time for Roberto and Kick-Off.
– March 1, 2013 – Set this time for Egg Hunt to get the Chicky Hoverboard.
– April 5, 2013 – Set this time for Kim and Outback.
– May 4, 2013 – Set this time for Harumi and Fortune.
– May 27, 2013 Set this time for the Cherry Hoverboard.
– May 30, 2013 – Set this time for Nick and Flamingo

.8. This Let’s Play Vid Should Help Your Scoring Methods



The video seen above should point you in the right direction when it comes to getting a super high score.

9. What’s The Mission Structure for Sets 50 and 51?


SubwaySurfersCheats.com listed the mission details for sets 50 and 51:


- MISSION SET Number 50 (same as #30)

1) Jump over 4 trains in one run.
Tip: This requires picking up a pair of Super Sneakers and jumping completely over trains. It will be hard to complete this early in the game when trains move slowly, so try to do this later on when trains are running faster and are easier to jump over.

2) Pick up 3 Jetpacks in one run.

3) Pick up 1200 coins with a Magnet.

– MISSION SET Number 51 (same as #31)

1) Dodge 30 barriers in one run.
Tip: This means jump over or roll under the barrier. Running alongside it won’t work. While you should usually stay up on top of the trains whenever possible, this mission is more easily accomplished by running on the ground.

2) Pick up 5 Magnets in one run.

3) Use 10 Headstarts.
10. Go Crazy When it Comes to Collecting Coins



This probably doesn’t need to be said, but here it goes – collect as many coins as you can. Even when you spot some coins that are a tad too close to some hurtful obstacles, go out of your way and nab ‘em if you can. These coins place your score on a whole ‘nother level once your character finally expires. Once you upgrade your score multiplier and coin magnet up to some stronger levels, your coin collecting trials will become less of a headache.

If you have any extra tips and cheats you’d like to contribute to fellow Subway Surfersplayers, throw them in the comments section!

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