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Question 2: Paint
Question 3: Earth (all the others are chocolate bars)
Question 4: American (A merry can)
Question 5: Type what Frank says (with your keyboard)
Question 7: Press the right key! (As in, the right arrow key on your keyboard!)
Question 8: 10 letters in
Question 9: Keep clicking the creature to evolve it. (There is also a skip hidden on this level!)
Question 10: Click and drag the words ‘A Penguin’ in the question to reveal the answer. Question 11: Follow the instructions
Question 12: Fine
Question 13: Lederhorsen
Question 14: Click the question number twice. (Drag the dots into the correct spots step back from the screen. It will tell you exactly this).
Question 15: A backward’s dog
Question 16: Chris
Question 17: Touch the brown balloon with your mouse
Question 18: Fly Sandwhiches
Question 19: Fusestopper
Question 20: Turn on the light and pop all the pimples. (Pop the purple one in the ear for a Fusestopper
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If there’s one thing I have found online, it’s that you never know everything. That is certainly true in the impossible quiz!
The impossible quiz is a very difficult quiz where the answer may not be immediately obvious. Then again it may seem obvious but be incorrent.
Each question will test your skill and lateral thinking ability to the max!
Give it a try and try not to pull your hair out answering the questions. If the answers seem to be eluding you then try thinking a little differently (outside of the box as it were).
Here is the impossible quiz, enjoy!
Playing the impossible quiz is pretty much all about using the mouse. There isn’t much else to say really, except think before you click because it’s not always the obvious that provides the right anwer. This quiz isn’t as straightforward as it seems!
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The impossible quiz is best played with some lateral thinking applied to it. The answers may sometimes seem crazy but there is usually a reason why the answer isn’t what it should be. The quiz will often try to trick you into clicking the wrong answer. One way it likes to do this is to place answers in a group with a number for each answer, but the answer is actually not in this group at all and actually somewhere else on the screen.
Another tip for playing the impossible quiz is to not take it too seriously. The whole point of the game is to amuse you and change the way you think about things. So if you find yourself getting frustrated when playing it perhaps you just need to change your perspective a little.
The Impossible Quiz 2 is a puzzle game that was originally created by inXile s Sparkworkz. It is named impossible based on the fact that you cannot know everything in this life. We are all limited in thought and knowledge. The game could be addictive because you tends to always want to win, and by so doing you found yourself going on and on with it. Although, the flash game tends to be very engaging, but there are yet some pros and cons associated with it.
The impossible game interface is very easy to understand. It is designed for both beginner and intermediate computer user. It contains series of random questions and answers. Most of the questions are backup with simple sketch boxes and sometimes accompanied with sound tracks related to the questions. The series of questions could be very hilarious. The first few times you begin playing Impossible quiz, there’s no doubt you are going to burst out laughing. Either the questions are just too simple for you to answer or somehow very funny for you to frown face. For example, you are asked the question “What follows December 2nd”? And you are given the following answers:
B. is DECEMBER 3RD;
C. is A question mark and;
D is 142 DWARVES.
Although, as simple as the questions might sound, it could be frustrating when you choose wrong answers.
As common with most games of this nature, when you play through in a couple of times, you quickly got gist of the whole questions and answers, and the addicting nature fade off pretty fast. The order of questions is written the same way everytime. However, once you figure out the answers in couple of times, the next time you see such questions you already know the answers. It would have been much more better, if the quesions order are resuffled so that you’ll less register the questions in memory and mentain concentrations everytime it’s being played.
Despite all odds, The Impossible Quiz 2 is a good flash game, but not the best of it kind. You can actually enjoy the hillarious aspect of it. It’s great for that. The questions get repeated often, it’s therefore not best for brain development program.
Answer 1: Up his sleevies
Answer 3: Earth (the rest are candy bars, remember)
Answer 4: American (A merry can)
Answer 5: Type what Frank tells you to (either ****, carrot, or udder)
Answer 6: 8 (sentence has 8 letters)
Answer 7: Press the right arrow (On your keyboard)
Answer 8: 10 letters in
Answer 9: Click the creature several times. Click the bubble on the right for a skip.
Answer 10: Click and drag “the penguin” to reveal the answer.
Answer 11: Follow the directions. Don’t touch the blue parts and don’t release the mouse button until the end.
Answer 13: Lederhosen
Answer 14: Click the 14 twice (drag the dots around so that the red markings line up with the white boxes to make letters)
Answer 15: A backwards dog
Answer 16: Chris (you can see it in the credits)
Answer 17: Touch the brown balloon with your mouse, but don’t touch any of the others.
Answer 18: Fly sandwiches
Answer 19: Fusestopper
Answer 20: Turn on the light then pop the guy’s zits. (Pop the zit on the guys ear to get a fusestopper)
Answer 21: 30 (under “other impossible quizzes”)
Answer 22: Pink Clouds
Answer 23: Drag the circle around 23 to the appropriate spot (I thought this one was quite clever :P)
Answer 24: Space (under the “c” key)
Answer 25: When it’s a jar
Answer 26: You run. You run so far away.
Answer 27: Press 1 on the keyboard.
Answer 28: It’s Sparta
Answer 29: Move the mouse to the small area to the right of the stream of water to find a gem.
Answer 30: Click the 0 in 30.
Answer 31: Drive down the M4
Answer 32: Click the finger
Answer 33: Click the 33
Answer 34: Click the death button
Answer 35: Aim for the face
Answer 36: Tequila (to kill her)
Answer 37: Move the mouse off the flash window and an elephant will fall.
Answer 38: Mash two of the arrow keys at the same time repeatedly or hit the space bar repeatedly to fill the meter. (Arrows are faster)
Answer 39: Same as 11, only your pointer disappears. Use the circles to guide you.
Answer 40: Toucan
Answer 41: Wait for one of the circles to shrink, then click it. In the bottom-right corner is a fusestopper.
Answer 42: Drag the guy’s fist and drop it on the other guy.
Answer 43: This one somewhat requires that you’ve played the previous impossible quiz. It pops up a random question from it until you get one right. So either be good at guessing or play through the first one.
Answer 44: What you say!!
Answer 45: Click the second E in “I see” (it’ll turn green) then the I, then the E, then the I, then the O in “O RLY?”
Answer 46: Around Orion’s waist
Answer 47: Universal Serial Bus
Answer 48: USB Port
Answer 49: Follow frank’s directions. Be careful not to do anything if it doesn’t say “Frank Says” at the top, though.
Answer 50: Click the dog’s mouth to chew the bone, then move your mouse over it to “pet” it
Answer 51: Click “came last” (it will turn into camel)
Answer 52: Move the mouse back and forth over the lamp to clean it.
Answer 53: Click next to the G (notice it looks like an arrow)
Answer 54: There is a little mouse tail near the bottom right corner. Put that mouse onto the circle.
Answer 55: Pokemon
Answer 56: lol micropenis
Answer 58: Press Space (It’s displaying the exosphere, AKA Space)
Answer 59: Grab and move the “R” in Varnish.
Answer 60: Just keep dragging the cat down as quickly as you can.
Answer 61: To get to the other side.
Answer 63: Press the “Quality” thing on the bottom of the screen. Type “Q” on your keyboard to get a skip.
Answer 64: May want to use one of your bomb defusers here until you get it memorized. There are 6. The Planet, a very small cloud missing on the right side, near the missing cloud one of the mountain tops is missing it’s peak, a crease under the critter’s eye, the smallest tooth closest to it’s cheak is missing, at the very bottom near it’s right hand the ground is a different color.
Answer 65: Goat’s Blood
Answer 66: Click all the lighter colored leaves off the body. (Also, hit the flower on it’s necklace for a bomb defuser)
Answer 67: Invisible maze, go to the green light on the left first, then get the key and head through the sliding walls to the finish. When you hit the green dot you get a message saying “To remove the universe the code is 8275? Thought it might apply to #58 but haven’t figured it out yet.
Answer 68: Checkpoints are for the weak and mentally challenged.
Answer 69: Press the bomb when it hits 2
Answer 70: Click the screen first,then memorize how many times that Chris the cat got beaten till faint(remember how many punch the gangster’s hand had punched him till he faint)
Answer 71: 28.8kbps modem
Answer 72: violence
Answer 73: cut the tree thingy quick
Answer 75: Replica to Q70,how many punch land chris to faint
Answer 77: A fat bloke
Answer 78: Err… for this turn the wheel of the box till the box open,any one has complete ans for this may help me,turn till it open,if not enough time(15s Bomb) then use fusestopper
Answer 79: Take the Dragon the ‘On’ to the circle
Answer 80: A corpse bra
Answer 81: 2nd row the bottom one the 4th one(looks like a duck . from left to right)
Answer 82: Click obvious when the bomb starts flashing or gets to 2
Answer 83: Drag the screen away(theres a hidden platform when u drag the circle,then click next.
Answer 84: blue red blue yellow… tip before the game
Answer 85: NEVAR!
Answer 86: type U
Answer 87: arrow instead of carrot
Answer 88: dont do anything
Answer 89: you would have thought one of them would have ducked
Answer 91: Not sure about this, but I click her forehead when the red thingy appears
Answer 92: none, im on the impossible quiz question no. 92
Answer 93: Click “the odd one out”
Answer 94: Silence
Answer 95: Click the numbers in ascending order, then click “enough” that will appear on the top left of the picture
Answer 96: Click the number of lives you have
Answer 97: Click ‘K” in “BLACK”
Answer 99: Burst 99 red balloons. Blue will kill you, Green will minus one (balloon).
Answer 100: Click 8275 then click the red (flashing) lever
Answer 101: Type “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz”
Answer 102: Drag away all the pictures, then click chris’ face
Answer 104: Clean the windows. I usually use the fuse stopper. z.
Answer 105: Click the switch behind the question number
Answer 106: Remove the eye of the left thing and put it one the metal thing in the middle, then drag the ball in the hand into the place where the eye originally was
Answer 107: A question from this quiz will come out. Click where the answer can be found for that question.
Answer 108: Follow the green arrow (it’s best to rmb the path)
Answer 109: Graphite
Answer 110: Click the red squares
Answer 111: TEBAHPLA EHT
Answer 112: Drag the can of food to the can opener. Use the mouse to operate the can opener by going round and round. When the can is open, drag it to the dish
Answer 113: Click the colour of “nicest”
Answer 114: Use the left and right keys of the keyboard to brush the teeth
Answer 115: Caturday
Answer 116: Drag the shapes into the box
Answer 117: A question from Giucob’s impossible quiz.
Answer 118: don’t do anything
Answer 119: type “horse”, then “peanut” then “chihuahua”
Answer 120: Changes each time I think. You need to pay attention…