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The Impossible Quiz 2

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Sep 1, 2007 | 11:47 AM EDT
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Thanks for the Front Page!!

Well, here it is. The second and maybe-not-so-final Impossible Quiz! It's actually been out since Thursday, but the file was 11mb and I couldn't upload it here. But after some MORE compression, i've managed to get it to 9.99mb (WHOAOA).

So, it's the same idea as before. Try to answer all of the questions without DYING! It was never going to be easy to make a sequel to the first quiz, but i've tried my best. The questions start off a little bit easier this time round, but gradually get harder. You can use your Skips and Fusestoppers freely (I PROMISE), so there's no need to save them.

Enjoy! :D

Unfortunately, there have been a few problems regarding the music, so it had to go. Sorry!

Reviews


narutard12narutard12

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

wtf

how do you get past the "frank says" part


Splapp-me-do responds:

You just press the letters he says on the keyboard


NverseMpossiblpRadoxNverseMpossiblpRadox

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

So TEDIOUS!

Ok, so none of them are real stumpers, nor would remembering it all be a challenge to my memory even if there were several hundred, but each time through it's only possible to get a little further and it just takes SO DAMN LONG and it's soooo irritating doing the same thing over and over! I finally got to question 45 and I said "Screw it! Doing that entire sequence again is too boring to contemplate and who the heck knows when it even ends!" It sounds like you picked a much better number for the first quiz. When I found it was 30, I got my hopes up, but one of the comments a few down implies there are at least 100, and I think the TRUE test of intelligence is knowing when to stop. Well, for all I know, in the first quiz you didn't get 5 lives so 30 could have been unbearable as well. I'm not inclined to find out.



unknowngothunknowngoth

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

omg...

it IS impossible... at question 7 all keys are wrong



You-Give-Good-HeadYou-Give-Good-Head

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Weird...

Some of the answers are completely stupid, This is just an example this is not in the quiz. "Whats 5 + 5?, Giraffe." If you do make another please make the answers reasonible.



naeblissnaebliss

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Ok Game

Is it creative? - Yes
Is it wacky and funny? - Yes
Is it devilishly hard? - Yes
Is it fun? - ......Not completely.

This game is too tedious past level 80. As with the first one, it became more of a chore to continue than it was to figure out the actual answers. I enjoyed it to a certain point but progressively this game gets more and more tedious in a trade off for difficulty. I understand that it's meant to be outlandishly hard....but with totally obscure answers, timed questions and bombs that end your game no matter how many lives you have (major rough spot with me..even with the Fusestoppers), this game is already difficult enough without having to endure the boredom of answering 80-something questions, just to progress to the next one and do it all over again. No matter how you slice it, this will never be as hard as the game: "I Wanna Be The Guy"...and intrinsically, triva games have next to no replay value. Quality over quantity my friend. I'll be skipping the next one in this series respectfully.

Also, it's a little bit in poor taste to add cultural insults into a game..no matter how cooky it is.