Subway Surfers Airtime brings the endless runner to Snap Games

SYBO Games has announced that it’s bringing its endless runner, Subway Surfers Airtime, to Snap Games. Subway Surfers is the world’s most downloaded endless runner on mobile and Airtime is the “first franchise extension.” It’s coming exclusively to Snapchat’s real-time multiplayer platform Snap Games.

Subway Surfers Airtime has been developed exclusively for Snap Games and is a “side-scrolling multiplayer racing game that lets up to ten players surf, slide, grind and glide across a slick 2D cityscape, all in a bid to reach the checkered finish line first.”

Players are able to jump straight into the action in quickplay or play with friends by challenging them to a race.

Subway Surfers Airtime

While racing, players collect coins, launch of jumps to get “big air,” land perfectly and grind rails. There are 14 characters to unlock and collect and as one of the first games available on Snap Games, allows players to play together.

To launch Snap Games and Subway Surfers Airtime, simply open Snapchat, create a Chat or Group Chat with friends, tap the rocket icon and away you go.

Mathias Gredal Nørvig, SYBO Games CEO said;

We’re thrilled to expand the Subway Surfers franchise and partner with Snap Games on this exclusive release.

It’s a win-win to work with a like-minded company that is committed to fun and offer our fans on Snapchat an opportunity to extend the SubSurf lifestyle.

Will Wu, Head of Snap Games added, “Snap Games is mobile games made for friends, so it’s exciting that SYBO has developed its first franchise extension of Subway Surfers for our platform.”

Subway Surfers has 2.5 billion downloads to date and “pays tribute to world cultures and diversity, as players explore famous cityscapes, sports parks and museums, as well as each locale’s distinct urban vibe.” Snap Games is built on the PlayCanvas game engine which allows for real-time, multiplayer games.

Launched in April, Snap Games is Snapchat’s foray into gaming and features a selection of original and third-party games.

Subway Surfers Airtime is available on Snap Games.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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