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The controls are all flick and tap based, and you get to customize your board and skate around a small skatepark. Touchgrind has been getting GREAT reviews for over a year. Some people were frustrated with it - you don't have a character who skates around, instead you just see your skateboard and move it around as if your fingers were feet. It's a lot of fun, but it's not for everyone. The graphics are beautiful 3D, and you can even listen to your own music while you play, if you want to! See Touchgrind on the iTunes app store. iSk8ter iSk8ter A scrolling simple skateboarding game. You guide your skater down the road, jumping off of wood and rail ramps, performing different tricks. You also have to avoid obstacles like speed bumps and open manholes. iSk8ter is a great fun and addicting game, good for kids and adults. Check out iSk8ter on the iTunes app store. Skater Nation Skater Nation Gameloft's addition to the skateboarding iPhone and iPod world is Skater Nation. Skater Nation is reminiscent of the old Tony Hawk videos games, with open areas full of obstacles, ramps and rails to skate on. You play in a place called Skanifornia, that contains 10 different locations. You can play as one of 8 different skaters, each one having his own attribute stats. The buttons and directional pad controls are on the screen, like a lot of iPhone games use - some may not like this kind of control in games on the iPhone, but it works OK. Check out the free version of Skater Nation, and the paid version of Skater Nation on the app store. Vans SK8: Pool Service Vans Sk8: Pool Service In Vans SK8: Pool Service you play as either Omar Hassan or Bucky Lasek. The game plays through 10 pool skateboarding events, or you can free ride and do whatever you want in the pool. You can customize your wheels and skateboard from 20 different real skateboard deck designs, like Element. The game controls use finger swipes and tilting the iPhone or iPod Touch. The game isn't very long, but for a couple of dollars it's certainly long enough. And, Vans has been releasing updates, and has more planned, so the game has good support! Check out Vans SK8: Pool Service web site. GoLearn Skateboarding GoLearn Skateboarding This app covers 45 tricks, with long detailed explanations for each one. All the basic and intermediate tricks are covered. The app also has info on skateboard mechanics, to help new skaters with things like assembling their skateboards. The app also boasts having a skatepark locator that uses your current location to tell you about nearby skate parks! This app is super handy and useful, and even won the "Excellence Award" for 2008 from iPhoneFootprint. It has two forms - the free GoLearn Skateboarding Lite, and GoLearn Skateboarding Explained, which costs a couple of dollars. Tony Hawk : Trick Tips Tony Hawk Trick Tips 50 trick tip videos by Tony Hawk. He does a great job of explaining skateboard tricks, and now with this app, you can carry the trick tip video outside with you and watch it between attempts. It's a handy resource. The app also gives you access to Tony Hawk news and videos from ShredOrDie.com. Here's a sampling of the 50 tricks included: OlliesHalf CabKickflipHeelflip360 FlipHard FlipBackside 50-50 GrindBackside Tailslide Check out the Tony Hawk: Trick Tips Lite and full Tony Hawk: Trick Tips version on the iTunes store. Concrete Wave Magazine Concrete Wave Concrete Wave is a skateboard magazine that aims at being different from the rest. They showcase ALL types of skateboarding. Like they say, "Our goal is to publish a skate mag that is so good, you'll want to put it in your will." The Concrete Wave app lets you read articles from the magazine, skateboarding news, watch videos, browse photos, and a lot more. The app is free, so it's a great value! Get the Concrete Wave Magazine app on the iTunes store. SK8 DICE SK8 DICE Sk8 Dice lets you roll four dice on the screen that give you your challenge. One die tells you the stance, one says frontside or backside, the third sets the spin (non, 180, or 360), and the last die adds either a kickflip or heelflip. The game of SKATE is usually played where one player attempts a trick, and if he lands it, then the next player needs to land it or get a letter. With this app, you can add a fun extra level of randomness to your games, or use it to challenge yourself. Check out Sk8 Dice on the app store. There are several apps like this in the app store! Skatematic Skatematic The FREE Skatematic app lets you watch the newest and most popular skateboard videos from skatematic.com full screen on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device. Watch the latest videos from your favorite skateboard companies, pros and contests including: Plan B Skateboards, DC Shoes, Emerica, Zero Skateboards, Mystery Skateboards, Baker, Deathwish, Shake Junt, Street League Skateboarding, Andrew Reynolds, Ryan Sheckler, Chris Cole, Torey Pudwill, Jamie Thomas, Eric Koston, Thrasher Magazine, Slap Magazine, Crailtap and many more. Check out the Skatematic website for more. Skateropolis Skateropolis Skateropolis is an app to find skateparks, and to stay connected to other skaters. The app boasts over 3,500 skateparks listed! You can also post youtube skate videos and your own photos directly from your phone or ipod touch. You can rate parks, and join groups to keep in touch with other skaters. Check out the Skateropolis website for info.