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.