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The Miniclip London 2012 Online Game let's you be more than a spectator of the Olympics Games in London 2012. Represent your nation with pride. Earn praise as you win gold. Be the best in the London 2012 Olympics game. Beat all competitors in 110m hurdles, Swimming, Long Jump, Archery, Table Tennis and Skeet to make your nation proud.
Do you like to watch the Olympics on TV, do you wish you someday might compete, and do you also like to play a free online sport game? If you in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free online Miniclip London 2012 game.
Use your mouse to move and aim. Use left mouse button to shoot. Click the X key to run and swim. Use the Z key to jump.
Miniclip develops, publishes and distributes free online and also mobile games, through the website and via app stores for mobile devices, with new games released every week. Miniclip was founded in 2001, and is privately owned and privately funded, with an expanding multi-national workforce distributed across ten offices in six countries. Everyone in the Miniclip team, wherever they are around the globe, shares the Miniclip ethos of innovation and creativity in all they do whilst of course always having fun!
London have hosted the Olympics Game sport event in 1908, 1948 and 2012. The 2012 Summer Olympics made London the first city to have hosted the modern Olympics of three Olympiads. London is the only city in the United Kingdom to have ever hosted the Olympics. The United States is the only country to have hosted Summer Olympics on more occasions than the UK. Also, London is the only city to have bid for Olympics more than once and still hold a 100% record. The 2012 London Summer Olympics took place between 27 July 2012 and 12 August 2012. The London 2012 Olympics bid was announced as the winner of the bidding process on 6 July 2005, following unsuccessful Olympics bid attempts for previous Olympics by Manchester and Birmingham. Team Great Britian finished 3rd with 29 Gold medals, and 65 total Olympics medals, representing their best medal haul since London first hosted the Olympics in 1908.