The Micras Games logo consists of six interlocked rings.
|Occur every||Two years|
The Micras Games is an international multi-sport event on Micras in which athletes participate in a variety of competitions, organised by the FMS and planned to be held on a biennial basis. The games are a combination of events competed for by traditional FMS means and a smaller programme of events competed for physically by entrant nations' leaders.
The first games were held in 2018; ten years after the MicrOlympics, to which the games are an unofficial successor, and was expected to see 46 sports played, though organisational troubles saw the games ended incomplete. As a result of the unsuccessful inaugural hosting, subsequent editions have adopted a different competition structure in which nations' performances in existing sporting events are counted towards a cumulative medal table.
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- Of the scheduled 46, medals were ultimately awarded for just 26 sports' events.
- After the completion of 119 of the scheduled 323 events, prior to the games' cancellation.
The following sports have been played, or have been scheduled to be played, at either of the first two editions of the Micras Games.