Touchgrind BMX

Touchgrind BMX

BMX bikes have been popular for years but we bet that most people do not know what BMX stands for. Well, it means bicycle motocross and it stands for extreme sports using bicycles. Riders of BMX bikes perform jumps, stunt riding, off-road riding and more. In a few words BMX biking is extreme but fun.

Now you can experience BMX bikes and BMX riding at home right on your Android device thanks to a free game called Touchgrind BMX. This is the place to say that the app is very large and at 108 MB it needs a stable and quick connection to the Internet, otherwise you may not be able to download it or you will pay dearly for it. The size pays off, though, as Touchgrind BMX is a fun game.

The gameplay takes you to inhospitable areas like industrial zones, for example, where you have to cover various distances by riding a BMX bike and performing various stunts. Controlling the bike is easy – just use two fingers and give it a direction. You have to be careful, though, as this is not an easy task.

We can say only good words for the graphics as they are colorful and in full 3D. In fact the graphics give the game a certain gritty atmosphere. The sound is not the same – it completely fits the game and is very catchy. In short, the game is a good choice and has many strong points. We think you will like it.

The only downside is the text used in the menus – it is too small and sometimes it is a challenge to read it. Given all the pluses of Touchgrind BMX we are willing to overlook this shortcoming, though.

Touchgrind BMX resides here on Google Play in case you want to take a look at it first.

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