A lover of Subway Surfers but locked out since it was not available for Windows Phone devices? It is now there. On the Windows Phone Store.
All you need to enjoy a crazy, spirited run round subway tracks then all you need to spare is at least 512 MB of free space on your device’s internal storage and you’re good to start dodging those willy subway inspectors while collecting tools on the go.
What does this mean? Windows Phone is no longer that platform that you would just wish away for not having the “big name apps”. From Flipboard (coming soon though) to Instagram to Asphalt 8: Airborne, it is all there. This is actually good news and I hope we’ll soon see all the major game titles head the Windows Phone way. For a platform associated with the Xbox and even tying in with its leaderboards, that can be the only fair thing.
For now, enjoy Subway Surfers by downloading it from here.