Impossible puzzles

And how to solve them.

Seriously, what’s this one’s answer?

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The game is Lawnmower Man. I got to the first puzzle but they don’t hint and like for real what IQ level am I expected to have for this? What’s it mean?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I got to the first puzzle but they don’t hint
      Fucking hell. I don't think you should be playing this game at all. The solution is probably 1334 though. The third one is the only one I'm not certain of.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If you're counting down from the top of each column then yeah I agree with your numbers except for that third one. I would say 1314. The circle has no corners and the other three in that column are polygons.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          My line of thinking was that there is no symmetry along the horizontal axis for the triangle but I wasn't 100% certain, as I had also considered that the circle is non-polygonal.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            First Row - 1, since it does not follow the pattern (squares shift one block clockwise)
            Second Row - 3, (27,64, and 8) are all perfect cubes, 73 is not
            Third Row - 3, The triangle is the only one with odd numbered points (I assume the game is counting the circle as 0, or infinite points)
            Last Row - 4, the dot is not in the middle of the shape.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's a simple "one of these things just doesn't belong" puzzle. Impossible for zoomies who were taught the >9k genders instead of critical thinking and problem solving. Trivial for even a low IQ child a decade before the game was released.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    3424

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If you're counting down from the top of each column then yeah I agree with your numbers except for that third one. I would say 1314. The circle has no corners and the other three in that column are polygons.

      >I got to the first puzzle but they don’t hint
      Fucking hell. I don't think you should be playing this game at all. The solution is probably 1334 though. The third one is the only one I'm not certain of.

      It's a simple "one of these things just doesn't belong" puzzle. Impossible for zoomies who were taught the >9k genders instead of critical thinking and problem solving. Trivial for even a low IQ child a decade before the game was released.

      You guys are fucking with me right? Have you played and beaten the puzzle? It’s actually not the same one each time either. The instructions were no help. And I can’t find a gamefaq

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >And I can’t find a gamefaq
        Enjoy trawling through scans of old magazines.
        Seriously, enjoy it. That shit's dope and you might find inspiration for what to play next too

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Can't speak for the other guys but yes. I have. It says a lot about the quality, or lack thereof, of Ganker posters these days that your conclusion is that people are just fucking with you instead of you being a retarded zoomie. You should probably just stick to modern games with hand holding and participation trophies.

        If you're counting down from the top of each column then yeah I agree with your numbers except for that third one. I would say 1314. The circle has no corners and the other three in that column are polygons.

        My line of thinking was that there is no symmetry along the horizontal axis for the triangle but I wasn't 100% certain, as I had also considered that the circle is non-polygonal.

        First Row - 1, since it does not follow the pattern (squares shift one block clockwise)
        Second Row - 3, (27,64, and 8) are all perfect cubes, 73 is not
        Third Row - 3, The triangle is the only one with odd numbered points (I assume the game is counting the circle as 0, or infinite points)
        Last Row - 4, the dot is not in the middle of the shape.

        Column 1 = 2 (Only pattern where the solid black square is on the right)
        Column 2 = 4 (Only single digit number)
        Column 3 = 1 (Only shape with no corners)
        Column 4 = 4 (Only pattern with a line down the middle)

        Any of your theories that aren't factually wrong are potentially the correct solution. These rules/patterns/whatever are just something a game designers pulled out of their ass. If you didn't see the same similarity/difference as them it means nothing other then your autism is a little different than theirs. But this is one of the reason zoomies are so bad at problem solving. It requires you to make theories and game them out until you find the best one. This inevitably leads to theories failing and zoomies fragile psyches simply can't handle that. Even in trying to solve a puzzle in a game.
        Also, I'm a little concerned no one considered prime numbers might be involved in a number puzzle. One of the oldest number puzzle tropes there is.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The prime numbers is the least of the tricky ones though. Obviously can find that similiarity and rule 8 out immediately. Same with the vowels and consonants one. But some of these symbols are tricky.

          As far as thinking vr is fucking with me, cmon man, this is Ganker lets not forget. Although this is one of the best boards far as people and convos go, I can't help but try and sus out responses as potential trolling.

          Guess I will keep plugging away and make note of whats right and wrong. I think the SNES game is drastically different from this Sega CD version.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >But some of these symbols are tricky.
            That's only because you're not autistic enough. Maybe ask mommy to get you a few more vaccines?
            >I can't help but try and sus out responses as potential trolling
            Not a single poster told you to git gud
            >Guess I will keep plugging away and make note of whats right and wrong.
            There are a limited number of puzzle types and 4 options each time. Even a literal tard could work it out though a process of elimination in short order.

            • 1 week ago
              Anonymous

              You couldn’t get past it could you

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The only thing I can figure out if column two is 9 multiplications except for 8 which I guess is the odd one. But columns 1,3 & 4 I’m stumped

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Column 1 = 2 (Only pattern where the solid black square is on the right)
    Column 2 = 4 (Only single digit number)
    Column 3 = 1 (Only shape with no corners)
    Column 4 = 4 (Only pattern with a line down the middle)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I hope to god you never get into mathematics as a future career.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Explain yourself, theistfag.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        In the first column all the squares are beside each other except in the third one where they are stacked ontop. 8 is the only number not divisible or a multiple of 9. Circle is the only one with no corner, or straight edge. And the last one has the circle inside of the evenly divided sections but all the others it’s not like that.

        I wonder if the movie helps at all

        LOOOOOOOOL
        Column 1 was the only thing I got wrong, and it had nothing to do with Mathematics. Eat shit you mathematical dick

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I got the first one - it was actually 3414

    The best puzzles are tougher actually. I got them wrong. This is a tricky game

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I got the first one
      Nice. How did you work it out eventually?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        In the first column all the squares are beside each other except in the third one where they are stacked ontop. 8 is the only number not divisible or a multiple of 9. Circle is the only one with no corner, or straight edge. And the last one has the circle inside of the evenly divided sections but all the others it’s not like that.

        I wonder if the movie helps at all

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          WTF? 64 and 73 aren't multiples on 9 either. In fact, 73 is prime.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Dude lol you’re right. I’m so high too, I thought that was 54 not 64… hmm so maybe I answered the first one wrong. I wonder if the whole game is this or if there’s anything else

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I thought it was 54 and 63 not 64 and 73 - I was using the hands method too and counted the fingers wrong

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Again it’s the last column giving me trouble, I can’t figure out the pattern. I figured again we have the blocks in the first Column which are up and down. Then I did the only non vowel (easy). The third column I see sun moon cloud and stars so I picked the cloud as the odd one out and last column I picked S because it has curves but I got it wrong and died

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Maybe moon, as the rest are weather forecast symbols?
        Maybe M, as the others are worth 1 point in Scrabble but M is worth 3

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        That's supposed to be stars? I thought it was rain or snow. This game doesn't appear to be very good.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      First column is second from the top obviously. Second column is E because that's the only letter that appears an odd number of times in the title "Lawnmower Man". Third is crescent moon because it is reminiscent of a woman's cycle whereas the other three symbols (sperm, sun, and wadded up tissue respectively) are associated with masculinity. Fourth column is T because that is the letter whose hexagonal tile has the most pronounced speckling on it by far.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >column 1:
    If each symbol is rotated so that the two boxes are at the bottom, the "L" shape will always be on the right, except for the first symbol.
    >column 2:
    Each number is a cube, except for 73.
    >column 3:
    Each shape is symmetrical on both x and y axis, except the downward triangle.
    >column 4:
    The thick line is close to the edge of the square of all shapes, except the bottom one, where it is vertically centred.

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