Indian Version of Smartphone Game Subway Surfers (Mumbai) is now available!

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Subway Surfers is an endless running smartphone game. The game is available on Android, iPhone and Windows Phone platforms. Players of the game take the role of youthful hooligans who, caught in the act of applying graffiti to a metro railway site, take off down the tracks to escape the inspector. And they run and grab gold coins out of the air while simultaneously dodging collisions with trains and other obstacles. The game was launched in May 2012 with updates based on seasonal holidays. Since January 2013 updates have been based on a “World Tour” theme that places game action in a new city each month.

Me and my friend were discussing about launch of Indian version of Subway Surfers game while ago. How would the game look like in Indian streets? We were hoping it to come out in a year. But well, Indian version is out in latest update of the game Subway Surfers. Latest Subway Surfers update which is released today on 2nd January 2014 will take you to the streets of Mumbai. By the way I wouldn’t say they’re actually taking us to Mumbai. It’s just the name they’ve given to the Indian version of the game.

Mumbai is the twelfth update of Subway Surfers after New York, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, Rome, Tokyo, Miami, Paris, Beijing, Moscow, New Orleans and London. Want to know more about this India version of the game. Read this article for the review of Subway Surfers Mumbai.

What’s New?

Theme Mumbai

Roadside kiosks, flowers, trees, sea, Indian trains, Indian railway station, caves, Bandra Worli sea link, Indian police with Khakhi dress are few things which is based on theme Mumbai, theme India.

Weekly Hunts

In previous versions of  the game, we used to collect Christmas tree or pumpkin in the weekly hunts. In Indian version of the game we have to collect Lotus! Yup the Indian national flower, I guess.

New Character

New Character added in this Mumbai version is Jay. It is similar to the Milkha Singh. Jay will remind you Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. It’s not free. You can purchase the character for 95000 coins from the shop.

Review of Subway Surfers Mumbai

To be quite honest, I didn’t like the Indian version. At the first look, design seems quite dull. They could have used bright eye catching colors. India is the country of festival. They could have  also used some festival theme for the game. They could have used some good Indian locations too. So overall, Mumbai version of Subway Surfers could have been better.

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Nishit Jariwala
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