World Cup 2014 quiz: pit your wits against the computer
World Cup 2014 interactive multiple choice quiz. Can be played offline
How to play
Choose a team (first round questions are geared towards that team) and then beat the computer - and the clock - to score goals, win bonus points and progress to the next round of the tournament.
|The game is devised in five rounds -- Group stage, 2nd Round, Quarter-finals, Semi-finals, and the Final.|
The questions are selected randomly but get progressively harder through the rounds.
To progress to the next round you have to get 50% of the questions correct.
Every time you make a mistake or do not reply in the time allocated, the opposition gets a point.
If you win a point you get a bonus. Bonuses can be used to pass on questions you don't know the answer to.
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