What is the answer to question 54 on the impossible quiz?

The answer in this case is “No, about 20cm off the ground”. The reason for this is because “Shanghai” sounds like “She hang high”. The original question, as it appears in the Demo.

What is the answer to question 56 on the impossible quiz?

You’ll have to put your finger on the screen and move it around until you manage to put it over any of the buttons, which will then become visible again. If you have your finger on one of the correct buttons, lift it in order to press it; you have to do the same with all four buttons in the correct order.

What is the answer to question 41 on the impossible quiz?

The correct answer to this question is “Afro”, because it’s the best part of the duck, according by Splapp (plus “Afro” is not the correct term to refer to the duck’s crest).

What is the answer to question 43 in the impossible quiz?

The possible choices are “Gay”, “Straight”, “Bi”, and “Tom Cruise”. The correct answer is “Tom Cruise”, since the question’s also referencing the movie “Jerry Maguire”, whose titular character was portrayed by Tom Cruise.

What is the answer to question 55 in the impossible quiz?

The actual answer to this question is “A games console for wholemeal biscuits”, because wholemeal is an ingredient for digestive biscuits, and the term “system” is often used to refer to game consoles. Answering this question correctly grants the player the fourth Skip of the game.

What is the answer to question 53 in the impossible quiz?

In short, the correct answer is LOAD ” “, which is what you must type in a ZX Spectrum/Splapptrum to load a game.

What is the answer to question 66 on the impossible quiz?

It wants to know what’s at the end of the words “the world”. The answer is NOT “D”, but rather the exclamation mark located at the very end of the sentences on the top, right after the words “the world”. Click it in order to proceed.

What is the answer to question 40 on the impossible quiz?

The answer to this question is “Toucan”, which alludes to the “hidden meanings” part of the question: you can read that word as “Two can”, referring to the fact that both of the Quizzes (or maybe just the second one) can help you see through hidden meanings, as in puns, jokes or trick questions.