We’ve been seeing a lot of BMX video games and apps popping up lately, and it looks like Flatland is about to get their own. We just spotted this video over on Flat Matters‘ Facebook page and were blown away. Thomas Noyer posted this clip from a beta version of the Flatland Tricky App that was designed as a learning tool for tricks. You select the trick and a video game style rider performs the trick. You can go frame by frame, slow-mo and a number of other things to see how the trick is done, to help you learn it in real life on your bike. It’s not a game, but it looks like it has the potential to eventually be turned into that. Either way, It sounds like it will be available on iTunes in December with Android in early 2016. Check out the Flatland Tricky Facebook Page for more videos and photos from the app.