11 Games Like Subway Surfers

Games Like Subway Surfers Our compilation of games like Subway Surfers will have you running endlessly through colourful game worlds on your mobile device (Android, iOS and Windows Phone).

Subway Surfers originally launched in 2012 and has seen a steady flow of updates since that time to keep this high quality endless running experience fresh and exciting for new and returning runners. With this continued development Subway Surfers has secured millions of app downloads across its available platforms and become one of the most popular in the endless running genre in the process.

In Subway Surfers you’ll play as a young graffiti artist as he tries to avoid getting caught by running through the randomly generated subway themed map. In order to do so players will have to jump and dodge past the oncoming trains and other obstacles to outrun the inspector. During each game you’ll also collect coins and various power-ups to help you reach longer distances and beat your previous runs. With upgradeable coin magnets, jetpack, super sneaker and score multiplier options Subway Surfers also provides players with a sense of progression with each escape attempt.

The games like Subway Surfers here are also fast paced challenges as you run through randomised levels to beat your high score. These selected endless running titles are available across iOS, Android, portable consoles and Windows with a range of different themes (fantasy, real world, horror and pop culture).

Crossy Road

Crossy Road is a pixel based mobile game that has players crossing a busy street of traffic with their unique character and the equally unique pixel block world. Mixing in the classic gameplay of Frogger and adding an endless component to it has proved an addicting formula on both the iOS and Android platforms with eventual release on the Microsoft Store (Windows 10) and a web based version. With this simple formula and gameplay Crossy Road is accessible to all ages and spectrum on the gamer sca...[Read Review]

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Temple Run

Temple Run is one of the original endless running games, utilising jumps, slides, swipes and tilt mechanics players will have to escape from the demonic monkeys with your stolen rare idol from your temple adventure. It’s an addictive experience for iOS and Android which is often credited as popularising a new genre of mobile gaming focused around high score competition with friends and your own personal bests. Gameplay in Temple Run is designed with this premise in mind and splits itself into bi...[Read Review]

8.4 User Avg (10 votes)

Run Sackboy! Run!

Run Sackboy! Run! brings the LittleBigPlanet franchise into the endless runner space with a delightful side scrolling game packed full of collectibles for your mobile device or PS Vita. While the game has obvious appeal to LittleBigPlanet fans there isn’t a barrier to entry if this is your first taste of the franchise and the colourful vibrant iconic worlds ensure a delightful visual adventure. Run Sackboy Run! falls into the side scrolling sub-genre of endless runners where your focus is on jum...[Read Review]

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8.1 User Avg (9 votes)

Last Knight: Rogue Rider Edition

Last Knight: Rogue Rider Edition takes the gameplay from the Last Knight on iOS devices and brings it into the PC realm with tonnes of additional content while attempting to refine the experience with the additional hardware available outside of the mobile arena. Last Knight: Rogue Rider Edition mixes together elements of platforming, ragdoll physics, endless runners and action into a single experience where you’ll control a knight and his noble horse as they adventure through a range of diverse...[Read Review]

8.1 User Avg (9 votes)

Into The Dead

Into The Dead is a simplified endless runner that has you dodging the deadly grip of zombies through predominately open fields. Opting to step away from the usually colourful and vibrant endless running titles on the market Into The Dead offers something more intense that can get your heart racing. With a world now full of the undead your challenge is to last as many metres as possible while comparing your achievements to your friends or your own past attempts at survival. Like others in the gen...[Read Review]

8 User Avg (6 votes)

Jetpack Joyride

Jetpack Joyride challenges you to escape from a top secret lab with your stolen technology with the help of your jet pack. Despite the name of the game though this is no joyride for fun with players having to dodge electrical gates, missiles and all other sorts of obstacles in this side scrolling adventure with a secret agent inspired game theme. While free on mobile devices the game is a paid title on the PlayStation platform. With a jetpack strapped to your back the gameplay in Jetpack Joyride...[Read Review]

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Why run when you can fall? Unlike other endless runners Verticus has you falling through the sky, there are no lanes or paths here to limit your freedom with a complete 360 degrees of area for you to glide through. Originally an iOS exclusive launched in 2012 the game was subsequently enhanced for a Steam release in 2020 which features the same free price tag. In addition to shaking up the endless running genre by doing away with running entirely Verticus also has involvement from the famous com...[Read Review]

7.6 User Avg (7 votes)

Storm Rush

Test your concentration and skill in Storm Rush a game that challenges you to set distance records as you fly through a colourful game world of fast moving objects. Offering a quickly paced experience that instantly becomes addicting (and even frustrating) it’s a great way to kill some time and challenge your friends on the respective mobile platforms. The premise of Storm Rush is simple with similarities to the endless running genre albeit a more toned down and simplified offering while simulta...[Read Review]

6.8 User Avg (5 votes)

Temple Run 2

Temple Run 2 builds on the foundations of the original Temple Run to offer new upgrades along with a more difficult adventure to once again capture the attention of endless running addicts. Released in 2013 (2 years after the original) this experience is definitely suited to the more veteran players in the genre who are seeking a challenge while wanting the familiar formula they mastered in one of the very first in the genre, being the original Temple Run. This is definitely the case as core gam...[Read Review]

6.4 User Avg (5 votes)

Agent, Run!

Agent, Run! Is a 2D endless runner that introduces some interesting mechanics to offer a compelling free Android runner app. Perfectly suited for fans of this addicting genre wanting something with a bit more challenge and a bit more gameplay variety that give you a sense of progression as you master the game mechanics of Agent, Run! With a simple back story Agent, Run! sets players running through up to 4 levels as a secret agent attempting to save the world (while being chased by henchmen from...[Read Review]

5.8 User Avg (6 votes)

Sonic Dash

Sonic Dash lets you play as your favourite hedgehog in an endless runner that feels very much like a Sonic game with boss battles, crazy track designs and all your favourite characters from the franchise within your mobile device. Sonic Dash gets all the fundamental elements of the genre down  with responsive controls, enjoyable graphics and a good amount of variety in terms of track to ensure that it competes against other endless runners on gameplay and doesn’t rely on its namesake alone...[Read Review]

5.4 User Avg (14 votes)