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Default Subway Surfers on market

It is looking like subway surfers supports armv6 now. I can see it on market but i got force close on stock. Anyone tried on cm7 or cm9/10?
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It is looking like subway surfers supports armv6 now. I can see it on market but i got force close on stock. Anyone tried on cm7 or cm9/10?
Force Close on CM7 as well.
 
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Yup i also fc.
Also not download from market . I download direct apk. But not working ..

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Saw that too. Must be an error of the Dev of the game. Calling to close the thread
 
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Subway Surfers armv6 from Google Play never worked for me too. It always force closed. And now its no longer armv6 compatible. I agree on closing this thread
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