London 2012 Olympics Official Game Detailed; Get It Now!

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  • 20 Jun 2012
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  • With EURO 2012 not having so long to go, we’re now preparing to welcome the London 2012 Olympics, that now have an official game associated. Available in the Google Play Store in a free version or a paid one, this title is actually the exclusive official mobile game of the competition.

    9 Olympic events are included and among them we find Double Trap, Swimming, Archery, 110m hurdles, Kayak and more. Players can compete in modes such as Train for the Olympic Games, Compete for Olympic medals and Challenge Yourself/your Facebook friends to various trials. The game is available in 8 languages and it’s made by Neowiz Internet. You can train your athlete and improve him/her any way you want, with many customizations available. The premium version of the game is priced at $2.99 and can be downloaded here. It provides 5,000 starts for the users to purchase game items and customize athletes as they want.

    The free version is here and additional items can be purchased in this one as well. The graphics look pretty modern, 3D and colourful, so the game will be both fun to play and visually pleasing. It requires Android 2.2+ and takes up around 70MB of storage. Ready for the Olympics?

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    • James Hicks

      We have all of the official London 2012 Olympics apps (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, etc). highlighted in the App Store on @thetechscoop –

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