Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Alternatives

Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games

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Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games is a Party, Single and Multiplayer Sports video game created by Sega Sports and published by Nintendo. It is a third major title in the series of Mario and Sonic series released in 2011 on the Nintendo platform only… read more
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Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Alternatives & Similar Games for Android

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1. QWOP

QWOP is a Sports, Racing, and Single-player video game by Foddy.net. In this game, the player can play as an athlete named Qwop who can participate in the racing event at the Olympic Games. The game allows the player to only use Q, W, O, and P keys to control the legs of his character and trying to avoid falling over.

The ultimate task of the player is to complete his job in the minimum amount of time to win the game. QWOP is one of the best games for those players who loved the Olympic Games. The game features smooth controls, beautiful visual details, and fantastic game mechanics.

More About Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games is a Party, Single and Multiplayer Sports video game created by Sega Sports and published by Nintendo. It is a third major title in the series of Mario and Sonic series released in 2011 on the Nintendo platform only.

Like its previous titles, it offers a collection of events based on the Olympic Games. The game offers more than fourteen different Mario franchise characters, and the player can choose one of them to get into the game world. All playable characters are split into four different categories, such as all-rounder, power, speed, and skill.

Major Olympic events include football, badminton, table tennis, and cycling as well as brand new Dream events that are alternative to multiple Olympic games. The gameplay consists of a series of levels, and each one has more complicated gameplay than the last one.

After completing the number of levels, it allows the player to unlock new events and purchase upgrades which make the game more enjoyable. Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games offer Ultra-HD visual details, dynamic background music, enhanced game mechanics, and smooth controls.

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