With the first quarter of 2018 behind us, the company Sensor Tower has conducted a study of mobile app downloads during the first three months of the year. They found some pretty interesting information about the most in-demand apps for Android users around the world. The use of mobile apps during the first 3 months of 2017 experienced a 5.4% increase in comparison with 2016 to reach 17.6 billion downloads. It's interesting to break down the market into different types of apps so we can analyze user trends.
Unlike Temple Run, in Subway Surfers you do not control your character with the accelerometer. Instead, you have to move your character between three 'lanes' by swiping your finger across the screen. Of course, you can jump over obstacles and roll on the ground to dodge some others. You can also use different gadgets like jetpacks or skateboards to help you in your unending race.
Like you'd expect in this sort of game, you have to complete various missions where you can get coins to buy upgrades. This is nothing new, but it is still fun.
The graphics of Subway Surfers are impressive. So much that at times it will lag in terminals that are not very powerful. It's true, the character models and textures are a real treat.
Subway Surfers is a very entertaining game with a simple and addictive mechanic. It keeps you glued to the screen for hours while trying to beat our friends records, which you can check over the internet.
Though its iOS release took place last year, the new game by the creators of Subway Surfers wasn't previously available on Android until now. Blades of Brim is also an endless runner, but it's gorgeous aesthetics plus outstandingly refined gameplay easily make it one of the best titles within this genre.