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London 2012

London 2012 is another official Olympics video game of the 2012 Summer Olympics developed and published by Sega.

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  1. QWOP is a ridiculously difficult running game

  2. The Activision Decathlon created and published by Activision.

  3. New International Track and Field is also known as New International Hyper Sports DS is a Modern Sports, Single and Multiplayer video game created by Sumo Digital and published by Konami.

  4. Olympic Gold is a Single and Multiplayer Olympic video game created and published by Sega.

  5. Athens 2004 is an Olympic, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Eurocom and published by Eidos Interactive.

  6. Sydney 2000 developed by Attention to Detail and published by Capcom.

  7. International Track and Field 2000 is a Track and Field video game developed and published by Konami.

  8. Snoopy’s Silly Sports Spectacular is a Single and Multiplayer Sports video game created and published by Kemco.

  9. The Aquatic Games is also known as Super Aquatic Games is an Addictive Sports, Platform, Single and Multiplayer video game created by Millennium Interactive and published by Electronic Arts.

  10. Track Meet or Track Meet: Mezase! Barcelona is an Olympic Sports video game by Interplay Production.

  11. Rayman Raving Rabbids is a Party Sports video game created and published by Ubisoft.

  12. Summer Athletics has also known as Summer Athletics: The Ultimate Challenge on Xbox 360.

  13. Beijing 2008 is an official Olympic video game developed by Eurocom and published by Sega.

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