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MASTER THE ART OF SURFING IN SUBWAY SURFERS (PART 3)

Make Use of Hoverboards

The hoverboard is your best friend in Subway Surfers. It makes it better for you to jump and collect coins. But the main benefit it gives you is to provide you with a free life. If you hit an obstacle while you’re on a hoverboard, you won’t lose, but you will lose the hoverboard, however, so still try to avoid hitting obstacles while on one. 

If you feel like you’re about to hit something, activate a hoverboard before getting too close. If you have a good run, it’s better to expend a hoverboard and gain tons of more coins and points than dying. If you’ve just started, you shouldn’t waste a hoverboard. 

To Key or Not to Key?

You can use your gained keys to revive after hitting an obstacle. Be aware that each time you revive in a single round doubles the cost. (1 key, two keys, four keys, eight keys, etc.). You may think you have a lot of keys, but they run out fast!

I would recommend keeping all your keys until you’re ready to start going for a high score. You’re not likely to get far until you’ve reached your full potential, which brings us to the final point:

Reach Max Potential Before Going for the High Score

There’s no point in aiming for the leaderboard until you’ve got every upgrade unlocked. It would be best if you also unlocked every achievement to get the x30 points bonuses. If you don’t have these things, it is next to impossible to reach the leaderboard.

This is also why we recommend you don’t spend your keys early on. Once you’ve got a good handle on the game, you can spend your keys on a round where you get much further than you usually do.

MASTER THE ART OF SURFING IN SUBWAY SURFERS (PART 2)

Make Use of Your Jumps and Dives

The reason jumping is better than diving is that you can use a jump and dive combo. Say you jump over an obstacle, but the next one requires you to dive almost immediately. You can swipe down to dive immediately without hitting the obstacle.

If you want to look like a real pro, you can also use this when the next obstacle requires you to jump. What you need to do is jump over the first obstacle, and then immediately dive down. As soon as you hit the ground, you can jump again, clearing both challenges!

It’s up to you to work out how to time all of these variations. You’ll need these more and more as you get further into a round. The faster you run, the quicker the obstacles reach you. As this occurs, you’ll get used to switching directions quickly enough to avoid hitting them, even at fast speeds.

Always Aim to Run on Trains

This game fits the genre of gaming with others very well. You can play together with your spouse and even compete with one another if you want.

One of the best strategies to recall is to stay on trains whenever you can. There are times where walking on the ground next to a train can lead you to a dead zone. A dead zone means there’s no way to escape that place.

To avoid hitting a dead zone, you must stay on top of the trains whenever you can. Having a vantage point is far better than following a few coins to your death. 

Most of the power-ups that you’ll want are on top of trains too. The upgrades that you’ll be building on as you go will cause these power-ups to appear and provide you with excellent assistance with getting further in the game. This simulation surfing game is so fun to give a go in your free time. 

Master the art of surfing in Subway Surfers (part 1)

Subway Surfers is one of the games that work as a running game. You’ll have a real blast playing this game. The graphics and animations are fresh. The game style may be repetitive, but it feels like a new level every time you play!

As you get better at it, you’ll discover more things about it. By the time you master the game, you’ll know just how crazy it can get!

To master Subway Surfers, you’re going to need a guide. My Subway Surfers strategy guide will teach you the basic things you need to know to reach the highest score and leave all the other runners behind!

While Subway Surfers is a single-player game, there is a leaderboard to aim for. Read on to learn how you can reach it and surpass all your friends! Do you want to outdo your friends in more incredible games?

Use Your Thumbs

Holding your phone in your hands supports and balances it better than using just one hand. Instead of keeping your phone with one hand and swiping with the other, you can use your thumbs. 

Think about how you would normally type a lengthy message on your phone. It’s much faster if you use your thumbs, right? The same can be said for Subway Surfers. 

You need to move your character left and right as you progress. Doing so with your thumbs is much more convenient than using one finger. Plus, while using your thumbs, you can also support your device nicely between your hands.

Make Use of Your Jumps and Dives

There are times when you need to jump, and there are times when you need to dive down. You have to time your movements correctly to avoid these obstacles. Some of them can be dealt with using either a jump or dive. Generally, it is best to jump when you can.

Legendary life of Hawaii surfing athlete – Duke Kahanamoku (part 2)

Duke Kahanamoku was born in Honolulu. His father was a policeman. His mother was a pious woman and deeply aware of ancestry and family. He has 5 brothers and 3 sisters. Duke grew up with siblings and 31 cousins. Duke attended Waikiki Grammar, Kaahumanu and Kamehameha schools, but did not graduate because he had to drop out of school to help his family in difficult times.

The champion of swim and surf

Growing up on the outskirts of Waikiki, Kahanamoku lived the childhood years on the beach. The boy loves surfing and swimming. During his youth, Kahanamoku preferred traditional surfing. He has a surfboard made of wood (a precious wood), 16 feet long (4.9 m) and weighs 114 pounds (52 kg). Later, sometimes he used smaller surfboards but all made of wood.

On August 11, 1911, Kahanamoku set a record of 55.4 seconds of surfing 100 yards (91 m), surpassing the world record at 4.6 seconds, during a Honolulu port competition. He also broke the record at 220 yd (200 m).

Joining the US Olympic swimming team at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm (Sweden), Duke Kahanamoku won a 100-meter freestyle gold medal, and a silver medal team with content. 200 meters of free relay.

At the 1920 Olympics held in Antwerp (Belgium), he won a gold medal both 100 meters freestyle swimming and relaying swimming.

At the 1924 Olympics held in Paris, he won the 100 meter silver medal and his younger brother Samuel Kahanamoku won the Bronze Medal. At 34, this is Kahanamoku’s final Olympic medal.

The surfboard Kahanamoku made from pine is still staying at the Freshwater Beach surfing club. A statue of Kahanamoku is located at the northern tip of Freshwater Beach in New South Wales. He also made surfing popular in the United States for the first time in 1912 starting in Southern California.

During their stay in Southern California, Kahanamoku has participated in several films. In this way, he connected with people who could continue to promote surfing.