As predicted, Ashton Eaton's Decathlon 2012 - a game Elite Systems bills as the spiritual successor to Track & Field - has hopped, skipped, and jumped onto the App Store.

Featuring what Elite describes as "familiar" button-bashing controls (just touchscreen this time around), Ashton Eaton's Decathlon 2012 contains all ten events from a traditional decathlon. These are playable either as single events or as a full two-day decathlon.

If you're not quite as athletically gifted as the world record-holding American decathlete Ashton Eaton, don't worry: there are three difficulty settings from which to choose.

And if while playing Ashton Eaton's Decathlon 2012, you get bitten by the Olympic bug, make sure you check out the ongoing PG Applympics 2012.

Available right now on the App Store, Ashton Eaton's Decathlon 2012 is a Universal app, priced at 69p / 99c.

P.S. Ashton's decathlon event gets underway tomorrow at the Olympics Games. Just so you know.