Have you ever been on your way back home via public transportation? Is that a yes? Well, go ahead and answer this question too. Have you ever spotted a bunch of folks on their mobile devices playing an infinite runner game? Chances are your answer’s going to be yes. We always spot a long myriad of mobile infinite runners distracting folks from the real world.
We know you’ve played at least one of the games we’re about to showcase on this list. The other infinite running games on this list may just end up on your download queue real soon. Step away from those match-three puzzlers for a bit and take on these infinite stamina-fueled platformers.
These are the top 10 mobile infinite runner games you need to play on your iOS or Android device.
1. Temple Run 2
Everyone and their grandmother have probably downloaded and played Temple Run 2. You’re gonna have to stay far ahead of that pissed of temple monkey…thing. There’s coins to collect and a whole lot of vine sliding and cart running to do. Exit the temple and run for life.
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2. Subway Surfers
We’re quite sure you’ve seen or played this game at least once in your lifetime. Subway Surfers lets you get your infinite run on with a bunch of graffiti city kids. The coolest portion of this game? The jetpacks and sweet metro city style visual sheen.
Dashing fast and collecting coins are your main objectives in this infinite runner game.Click here to read more
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3. Despicable Me: Minion Rush
The minions are in your kids or your little siblings’ room. Now they’re running amok on your smartphones and tablets. Despicable Me: Minion Rush keeps those familiar minions on your screen as they run through labs and steer clear of super-sized bosses.
The infinite run mobile game genre now has the minion trekking all over your screen.Click here to read more
4. Agent Dash
Secret agents are usually known for sneaking their way into a hostile situation. The agent in Agent Dash is tasked with running into enemy bases, full steam ahead. The running, jumping and lane switching of the genre gets amped up with lasers and spy weaponry.
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80’s gamers played this Atari classic waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back in the day. This retooled version of PITFALL! introduces (or reintroduces) Harry to a new generation of gamers. The same elements of past games in the series gets a fresh outlook on this mobile release.