110530_touchgrind2.jpgIllusion Labs was one of the first developers to strike it rich in the App Store with first-generation hits like Labyrinth and the skateboarding stunt sim Touchgrind. This week, the company launched Touchgrind's bike-based sequel, Touchgrind BMX.

Ditching Touchgrind's overhead perspective for an all-new third-person engine, Touchgrind BMX evolves the trick-based gameplay introduced in the original title. Players perform aerial stunts and combos to rack up high scores and earn unlockable medals in a variety of events.

Also new to the series is a replay recording feature that allows for easy sharing via YouTube and Facebook. One can only hope that a Skate-styled highlight reel is forthcoming.