Join over 200 million players worldwide and experience the massively viral #1 Hipster Whale hit!
Same Device Multiplayer: Compete with your friends and family on the same device.
Play Crossy Road on the big screen with Android TV!
Why did the chicken cross the road?
Why did the pigeons leave there?
Why did Specimen 115 kidnap the cow?
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- Collect over 150 retro and pop art characters
- Cross roads, train tracks and rivers – jumping non-stop
- Avoid the traffic in Candy Wonderland with an Android robot
- Simple, pure and innovative gameplay
- play for free
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** Don’t lose your character! **
- Go to game settings and login with Google Play to save your character, game progress, scores and achievements!
- Once logged in, your progress will be saved to your Google Play account
- To resume game progress, go to “Settings” and click “Resume Game” to restore all your characters
- You can only restore saved progress since version 1.0.6
- We are working to support saving multiple accounts to a single device in a future release. The current version works with one account per device or one account on multiple devices.
The game requires access to the following permissions ———-
- Read device status and identity – READ_PHONE_STATE permission
- The game requires LOCATION permission to target and serve video-based ads:
The game implements optional video ads that players can watch to earn free coins if they so choose. Watching video ads is voluntary if players want to speed up the rate at which they earn coins to earn new characters. We need location permissions to serve location-based video ads to serve more relevant ads to players.
Crossy Road MOD APK version
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A few years ago, Matt Hall, the 39-year-old co-creator of the hugely successful Crossy Road, was a struggling, non-profit video game developer living on an Australian sheep farm owned by his parents, chasing a dream of success that had come true for some friends, but eluded him. He formed a studio, called KlickTock, which he called a “one-man game development company dedicated to making games for everyone”. This led to titles with names like Little Things, Doodle Find, Super Search 60 and Zonr. Prior to that, he worked at Big Ant Studios and Tantalus Interactive, both names in the Australian development scene. After turning indie, Hall placed three titles at the top of the iTunes app store charts. Still, he says, there were “many years when I gained absolutely nothing.” And in their most difficult moments, he and his wife had a daughter, while living on their parents’ farm in the far west of Victoria.
All these thoughts and experiments were academic until Crossy Road came out and became popular beyond Hall’s wildest expectations. Yes, he designed it to be popular. He had no idea how popular it would be. Yes, he figured he’d make some money. He had no idea how much money that would make. He thinks he and Sum underestimated how much a gamer’s love for a game can help.
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“If you make a game that’s all about business, you’re going to have clones of Candy Crush,” he says. To make art, you need to do some mixing. If they made money, so much the better. And that could fuel subsequent games.
Thanks to the success of Crossy Road, Hall is living comfortably, if he’s careful to avoid the gentle mistakes that waste a fortune overnight. He’s back at GDC – where people now recognize him. And he has a story to tell about success.
That’s what gives Crossy Road its character. Nobody has to pay a dime to play. Any character they want to use can still be conquered quickly. Everyone has the option to buy a favorite character piecemeal, but it’s not a requirement, and the in-game store doesn’t intrude with reminders that money must be spent.
Unlike many of its contemporaries, nothing in Crossy Road makes a player feel the need to pay to progress or win. Its design overwhelms its monetization, and this has cost its developers revenue. Crossy Road rarely – if ever – tops the iOS App Store’s top-grossing games list, where titles like Clash of Clans and Candy Crush Saga are entrenched. Just yesterday, Crossy Road was the 12th most popular free iPhone app without even appearing on the App Store’s Top 100 Highest Grossing iPhone Apps list.