Norway vs Switzerland Game LWP
by: Mental Sports Game • 8
We would like to introduce Norway vs Switzerland Game LWP, beautiful and customizable application with great Football atmosphere and interactive Tic-tac-toe game. Two of soccer games top countries, Norway and Switzerland, have engaged in a long rivalry over the years that was one of the most intense in history.
With a few easy moves you can choose beautiful view of one of your favorite flags or decide who is the best on the game's battlefield.
Embedded popular time killer game Tic-Tac-Toe
2 in 1 - Tic-tac-toe game and live wallpaper
Beautiful sounds effects
Select game mode:
Player vs Computer - play with computer and try to win, but please take into account - computer is really angry :) Do you doubt? Try Nightmare game level and you will be surprised.
Player vs Player - select your soccer heroes and play with your friends. Prove that your hero is best of the best!
Select your favorite coutry
Select game difficulty level (Easy, Normal, Nightmare)
Select who goes first - you or computer (your device)
Select paralax speed
Enable or disable sound effects
Some interesting facts:
Football is the most popular sport in Norway in terms of active membership (by television viewership football comes third, behind biathlon and cross-country skiing). The Football Association of Norway was founded in 1902 and the first international match was played in 1908. There are 1,822 registered football clubs and about 25,000 teams. There are 393,801 (104,597 of them are girls/women) registered football players, which means that 8.5% of the population play organized football.The following teams have qualified for elimination rounds in the UEFA Champions League: Rosenborg BK (1996-97 - Quarter-finals), Molde FK (1999-00 - Group stage), Rosenborg played in the Champions League on 10 further occasions.
Football is one of the most popular sports in Switzerland. The Swiss Football Association was formed in 1895 and was a founder member of the sport's international governing body FIFA in 1904. The Swiss cities of Zurich and Nyon are home to FIFA and the European governing body UEFA respectively. The country played host to the 1954 World Cup and 2008 European Championship.
Switzerland has an extensive league system, with the Swiss Super League as the country's premier mens competition. There are also several cup competitions, most notably the national Swiss Cup.
With a very young squad, the Swiss national team participated in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and were narrowly beaten by Ukraine in penalties. Switzerland co-hosted the UEFA Euro 2008 tournament together with Austria. They did not make further than the preliminary stage, although they did record one win against Portugal, a game in which Portugal played their B squad as they already secured the division. The best international result was probably in 1954 when Switzerland as the host reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup. They also reached the World Cup quarter-finals in 1934 as well as 1938.