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Obstacles are used to try and stop the player from progressing. The game would be extremely easy without them and won't give a challenge during gameplay. 

TrainsEdit

Subway Surfers is nothing without trains! Some trains move opposing the direction the player runs while most trains stay stationary. You cannot run through them, roll under them nor jump over them. (unless you have the Super Sneakers or the Power Jumper) But some trains have ramps where you can run on top of them to have a better view of whats to come, and have a chance to collect coins, power-ups or even tokens for the Weekly Hunt.

BarriersEdit

There are 3 types of barriers in the game, each barrier requires different actions to dodge them.

  • The first barrier allows the character to jump over them or roll under them.
  • The second barrier has the bottom part blocked, so the character can't roll under them, but the player can jump over them.
  • The third barrier has the top part blocked, so the character can't jump over them, (unless you have the Super Sneakers or the Power Jumper) but you can roll under them.

They only appear on the ground.

Bush/Bush with electric boxEdit

Bushes only appear before and after 'stations'. You can dodge them by jumping over them. But if you fail to dodge them, your character will stumble and the inspector will catch up.

Lamp postEdit

Lamp posts only appear between lanes. If you (unluckily) hit them, your character will stumble and the inspector will catch up.

Large garbage binEdit

Like bushes, garbage bins only appear before and after 'stations'. You can dodge them by jumping over them. However, if you fail to dodge them, your character will fall and the inspector will catch them, ending your run.

Station LanesEdit

Although they are just as normal as the lanes you run on (the ground), if you don't jump when you reach them, your character will fall and the inspector will catch them, ending your run.

Pillars and WallsEdit

Pillars only appear at middle lanes while walls appear anytime with 1 or 2 tunnels. Bumping into them will end your run. You can avoid pillars by staying at the 2 side lanes, but watch out for trains. When walls appear, just go through the tunnels, but act fast! A train will most probably hit you if you don't change lanes quick enough. There are also some walls which appear way on top of the tracks and will cause your character to fall if you jump towards them.

TriviaEdit

  • The walls outside the game area also counts as an obstacle as if you swipe your character to go towards them, your character will stumble.
    • However, when using a Jetpack or a Mega Headstart, swiping your character to the walls won't affect your run.
  • The Lowrider board is made specially to avoid tallest barriers (third barrier).
  • It doesn't make sense on why all of the trains move from the opposing direction the player is running.
    • Besides that, sometimes on a certain lane you see a non-moving train, and at that same lane a train is moving towards the opposite direction the player is running. If this occurrence happens in real life, who knows how many accidents had occured.
  • During the Seoul edition, the bushes' color changed to yellowish-orange.
  • During the London edition, snow can be seen on top of bushes.

GalleryEdit

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