New Android Game ”Subway Rider – Train Rush” Download Game apk, Racing App, Complete Reviews, Game Information, Game by Timuz Games

Subway Rider – Train Rush
by Timuz Games

App Category:- Racing

Subway Rider – Train Rush is the latest endless bike riding adventure. Tap to change the lanes of the train to dodge them. Keep collecting cash to reach the highest score and to be the best bikes ride. The motive of the game is very simple, keep dodging the tracks and survive without any crashes.

Upgrade with various bikes and use the unique boost to blast away other train from the tracks. You can also drive on to the ramps and jump on to the top of the oncoming train to be the stunt ride in Subway Rider – Train Rush. Explore various roads that go through city, railway tracks and pass between cars. Be careful not to crash into any one of them or your game is over. Are you ready for the ultimate 3D endless dodging racing ride game?

Subway Rider - Train Rush logo

Subway Rider – Train Rush logo

 

Subway Rider – Train Rush is equipped with smooth controls and is compatible with most of the devices. So what are you waiting for? Download to enjoy this simple one tap game now! Rider Rush – Subway Trains takes the endless racing genre to a whole new level by adding a full career mode, first person view perspective, better graphics and real life recorded bike sounds

 

Download Subway Rider – Train Rush App  :-

 

Download Subway Rider – Train Rush App (43 MB)

 

User Reviews :-

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Subway rider rush is nice, graphics are good, best in riding game

App User
It is very nice and more interesting to play this game

App User
Nuclear by you the y be the HD Invest has buddy habdd a vhii

Mykola Vekhbi
Control is aren’t displayed! Game badly malfunction!

Md Talib
Thanks not be published on Mon to Sat in the world

Balu TM
New subway rider.. intresting and unique game play

Phabien Ferrand
This game is fun for kids to play on but please make they dont try this at home

Rajani Rajju
Wow excellent game. Subway rider – train rush ??

Ravi Teja
Too many adds spoils user experience

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