I am a big fan of trivia/quiz games, especially ones which give you trick scenarios and questions; however, when making a game like this, using the proper operations for the math and using correct grammar is vital.
22: Fish can drown, so the "correct" answer is wrong, and so I lost a life attempting it.
46: The two lines are equal; the illusion our eyes play on us make us think one is larger, but tracing your fingers from one segment to the others shows no noticeable difference.
68: I understand the trick you are trying to play, but the correct answer is different from the accepted due to a language error. the prepositional phrase applies to the closest noun, which is thus empty basket, not egg as you intended.
It is an OK game, but there are a few glitches, but it didn't have any real struggle or great deception in the quiz to make it memorable.