ISM has been the Official Entertainment Software licensee of the International Olympic Committee since Nagano 1998. Today the scope of the license incorporates all gaming platforms so Olympic software is now available on traditional consoles, mobile, web browsers and social media. Many of these Licensed Products have been integrated with Olympic Partner activations.
Get ready for “Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020,” exclusively on Nintendo Switch this winter and “Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game” for PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and Steam next year!
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Steep™ Road to the Olympics takes you on a journey to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 in South Korea.
Freely explore a massive open world, including iconic Japanese mountains, where you will train hard and take part in qualifiers to reach the ultimate winter sports competition.
Create your own success story as you pull off awesome tricks in freestyle sports, or challenge yourself in new full-speed alpine action. Show other players what you’re made of and go for the gold!
Steep™ Road to the Olympics is an Official Licensed Product of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.
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All of your favourite Mario and Sonic characters are ready to join the fun in Rio, the host of the Olympic Games in August 2016.
Take the rivalry on the road with supercharged Olympic events like Football and Table Tennis in the Nintendo 3DS version, or see if you’ve got what it takes to hang with the best in the Wii U version, with events like Football, Rugby, and Beach Volleyball!
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games™ ARCADE EDITION sees players face off in an intense competition between the world’s most loved rivals – Mario and Sonic.
Mario and Sonic’s coming together for the first time in arcades sees players compete in nine events, including 100m, Hammer Throw and Archery.
Most celebrated sports event of the world, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games! Experience the magic of the Olympic Games in the palm of your hand!
Enjoy simple yet engrossing matches in 6 sports, archery, skeet, basketball, football, tennis, and table-tennis with the swipe of a finger.
Crazy, fun Olympic Games glory awaits in this endless high diving action game, the Official Mobile Game of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Nail your dives, progress higher and higher to more difficult dives and levels, post your best scores on worldwide leader boards, unlock new diving tricks as you compete your way to the top of the world wide diving ranks.
Help Vinicius on his amazing journey to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Control Vinicius in this adventure. Run, jump, fly, challenge your friends, be the best and take your country to the top of the rankings.
Feel the vibe of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Have fun learning more about the biggest event of the year.
Rio 2016: Quiz is the official game of the Rio 2016 Olympic games.
The fourth installment in the M&S series, Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games was available exclusively on Nintendo’s WiiU console. The game featured 16 Olympic events and 8 Dream events, incorporating Nintendo’s new GamePad as part of the gameplay, and featured online competitions for the first time.
The Official mobile game of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games showcased the newest Olympic event – Slopestyle. Available for iOS and Android devices, the Sochi 2014: Ski Slopestyle Challenge challenged users to pull off tricks like 720 spins, rightside triple corks and tailpress boxes to gain a high score. Users could challenge friends or check their rank on the Worldwide and National leaderboards.
Continuing the city building theme from London 2012, Sochi 2014 Olympic Games Resort asked users to recreate the Olympic Park and resort town of Sochi. As part of the Olympic Winter Games, users had to first build the coastal venues and infrastructure before moving to the mountain cluster. Users could also train their Olympic team and compete online in simulated events against other users. An integration with P&G brands such as Gillette and Duracell unlocked hidden gameplay to users.
Available on both Nintendo Wii and 3DS, Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games brought these iconic characters together for a third installment of the sports, party franchise for family and friends. The Wii version featured 20 Olympic events, soccer, badminton and equestrian for the first time, and 10 Dream events. The 3DS version offered 57 Olympic based mini-events and also featured a new Story Mode.
The first Official Olympic social game was published in popular social media sites such as Facebook and Google Plus. The London 2012 social game allowed users to build their own Olympic Park in and around the city of London. The game incorporated iconic London landmarks including Tower Bridge and the Westminster Abbey. An integration with Samsung as a TOP Partner allowed users a chance to win tickets to London 2012 events during the Games.
The Official mobile game for London 2012 was the first title developed for the modern smartphone market, available on iOS and Android devices. The game featured 9 fast paced events set within the London 2012 venues. Users could train their own athlete, with help from the Olympic Mascot Wenlock, compete against friends and publish their results on the global leaderboard to earn medals for their country.
This real-sport simulation video game for London 2012 was published by SEGA and developed using their latest motion capture studio in Australia. Users experienced the realism and excitement with over 30 events from the London 2012 Olympic Games. The online mode set challenges for players around the world, and the “National Pride” ranking allowed users to collect medals for their favorite country.