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This is a guide to this "endless running" game.
Players of the game take the role of youthful hooligans who, upon being caught in the act of applying graffiti to (tagging) a metro railway site, run down the tracks to escape the Inspector and his dog. As the hooligans run, they grab gold coins out of the air while simultaneously dodging collisions with railway cars and other objects. Special objects, such as the Weekly Hunt, can result an award in the game.
The game was released on 24 May 2012 with updates based on seasonal holidays. Since 2 January 2013, updates have been based on a "World Tour" which places the game in a new city every month.
The object of the game is to collect coins and other rewards while running through an endless game world. Trains and other obstacles must be avoided by performing well-timed jumps (swipe up), rolls (swipe down) and sideways moves (swipe left and right). Occasionally the characters surf on boards, soar over the train tracks and even run along overhead wires. Special missions reward players with bonuses for accomplishing specific tasks. The game ends when the surfer either stumbles and is apprehended or crashes directly into various obstacles.
Jake is the default character and the face of the franchise. Jake appears in game icons. All other characters must be "unlocked". This is done in one of two ways. Some characters are unlocked via the collection of character attributes in the course of the game. An attribute may be an article of clothing (such as a hat) or a prop (such as a boom box). Other characters are available by in-app purchase.
The Inspector and his dog chase the characters. While he is always the same character, his uniform changes according to the location. During the New Orleans edition, the Inspector was replaced by Frankenstein with a skeleton dog. During the second London edition he was dressed as Santa Claus. During the second Rome edition and third Paris edition he was dressed as the Easter Bunny.