Question 38 of The Impossible Quiz contains a statement stating “Mary Rose sat on a pin” and the possible answers are “O RLY?”, “Mary Rose”, “Burst her stacks” and “Ahahahaaha!” . The correct answer is “Mary Rose” since the “rose” in her name is a pun on the past tense of “to get up”.
The correct answer to this question is “Cylindrical Adventures“, which is the name of the animation to which the dancing cylinder belongs.
Question 37 of The Impossible Quiz is the third sure question in the game. It says “Can you get this question wrong?”, where the possible answers are “No”, “No”, “No way” and “Of course not”. Note that all the answers say exactly the same thing in different ways.
The answer to this question is “Toucan“, which alludes to the “hidden meanings” part of the question: you can read this word as “Two can”, which refers to the fact that both of the quizzes (or maybe just the second one) can help you see through hidden meanings, such as in puns, jokes or trick questions.
The color code is “Blue, Red, Blue, Yellow” while the number code is “108 = 4 8 15 16 23 42“. The numerical code mentioned is an important plot point in the TV series Lost and is referenced towards the end of the quiz in question 108, so it is important that you remember it (or alternatively write it down). p>
The possible options are “Gay”, “Straight”, “Bi” and “Tom Cruise“. The correct answer is “Tom Cruise” because the question also refers to the movie “Jerry Maguire” whose title character was played by Tom Cruise.
The correct answer is the 42nd 42. It’s the second 42 in the bottom row. Click on it to continue. This question refers to Douglas Adams’ book The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Obi-Wan Finale – The Loop
Question 38 of the Impossible Quiz contains a statement stating “Mary Rose sat on a pin” and the possible answers are “O RLY?”, “Mary Rose ‘, ‘Destroy their piles’ and ‘Ahahahaaha!’. The correct answer is “Mary Rose” since the “rose” in her name is a pun on the past tense of “get up”. p>
The answer to the question is “A walk“, because considering that the fly flies randomly, and a fly without wings cannot fly, then an apt name for it is “walk” . because the only thing it can do to move is walk.
The correct answer to this question is “Afro” because, according to Splapp, it’s the best part of the duck (also, “Afro” isn’t the right term for the crest of the duck). .
The question uses the Windings font and says “Potatoes fly”. Choices are ACTUAL, FALSE, WHY NOT, and ROFL. So the choice in the top right that says “WRONG” is the correct answer.
Question 44 of The Impossible Quiz is a safe question that has no actual question or options. All that’s on screen aside from the usual are a few jumbled jigsaw puzzle pieces. The question number is in one of these parts so you can use it as a reference.
The correct answer here is “turn left“, because if you turned 90 degrees to the right three times, as the task says, you would end up looking 90 degrees to the left .
You simply have to select the number of the question that the task relates to (it’s completely random each time). In The Impossible Quiz Book, the final questions of each chapter are non-skipable, as are the four mini-games in Chapter 2 that reveal part of the key code required for the final question.
To complete the impossible quiz, all you have to do on this question is use all seven jumps that you got during the game. This means that if you used at least one of them before coming here (or didn’t get either jump in question 84), the game actually becomes unbeatable.
Question 52 from the Impossible Quiz presents you with a single word: “Carrot!“. In the lower part of the screen there are four stacks of green leaves coming out of the ground, each one belonging to either a vegetable or something else entirely. Harvest all options!
Obi-Wan Finale – The Loop
Eggman, of which we can only see his hand. The possible answers are “Best Flash ever”, “Meh”, “OMGF U KILLS SONIKKU U BASTUD” and a picture of a person showing their flaming hand to another person while the other person happily fools around at it . The answer is “OMGF U KILLS SONIKKU U BASTUD”.
The question relates to a Game Over screen in the Metal Gear Solid series, where the Mission Control characters would repeatedly call out Snake’s name (the game’s protagonist), ending with a slightly lengthened repetition of the name. To end the question, the answer is “Snaaaake!“.
Your task is to move your invisible cursor to where the red button is and click on it. The best way to do this is to align your cursor with the cursor’s location on the “disappear” bottle when it is at the lowest point of the screen.
You can choose from “Slap-Me-Do”, “Slapp-Me-Do”, “Spapp-Me-Do” and “Splapp-Me-Do”. Only one of the options is spelled correctly and that is the lower right one, “Splapp-Me-Do”. Click to continue.