Subway Train Rush

Subway Train Rush

Subway Train Rush is another free game for Android that you can find online on Google Play. The game belongs to the runner genre and as in many other games it rewards your efforts with points and other things that are valuable in the game.

The goal is to run as fast as possible while avoiding obstacles. In Subway Train Rush’s case you are in control of a beautiful girl that runs on railroad tracks. She must avoid trains, while at the same time collect large golden coins. You have to score as many points as possible, which is to be expected. There aren’t many positive features to the game though – music is decent but the real disappointment comes in the graphics field – it is simply bad. Everything is 2D despite the logo of the game that promises 3D graphics. In addition the name of the game mentions subways, which is not the case as you run on fields, covered with railroad tracks. The objects on the railroads are hard to determine what they actually are and the gold coins do not look like gold coins too. Finally when you touch an object you should not touch (let’s say it is a train), the game suddenly ends – no messages, no scores, nothing.

Quite honestly Subway Train Rush is not the best runner game we have seen. If you really want to play one then you should look further. Still, if you want to take a look at this one you can find it here on Google Play.

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