Tricky Test 2™: Genius Brain?
By: Orangenose Studios
This is a complete walkthrough guide with help, hints, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for the iOS and Android logic puzzle game Tricky Test 2™: Genius Brain? (previously “Think Outside”) by Orangenose Studios. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
You can now revisit old questions in the game.
Note: The developer reorganized some puzzles (sigh). I fixed the walkthrough to reflect the new order. (Now they did it again. I’ll try to keep up with them, but this is getting ridiculous.)
Also, if you get the pop-up asking you to rate the game 5 stars to get 150 coins, just agree because otherwise it will keep popping up. But you DO NOT need to rate it 5 stars. You don’t even need to rate it at all. But certainly don’t feel pressured to rate it 5 stars if you don’t think it deserves it. Rate it honestly!
Some of these puzzles are unfair and you wouldn’t be blamed for getting them wrong. There are also grammatical errors that make some puzzles confusing. I explained the answer for each puzzle, but you can also use these video walkthroughs I made:
Levels 0 – 35:
Levels 35 – 70:
Levels 71 – 100:
Puzzle 0: Put everything into the box.
Answer: Drag all items into the box, as well as the sentence.
Puzzle 1: Tap the green button 3 times.
Answer: Do as it says.
2: How many holes are there in an underwear?
Answer: 3. The waist and two legs.
3: Drag me into the square box.
Answer: Drag the word “me” into the center of the box.
4: Tap the buttons in the following order: 20, 14, 9, 43, 45, 10.
Answer: Do as it says. You’ll have to memorize the numbers or read them off here.
5: Which is the furthest away from us?
Answer: Cloud. It’s the furthest from the actual word “us” on the screen.
Answer: Just swipe your finger to scratch the lottery ticket.
7: How many holes are there in the shirt?
Answer: 6. The neck, two arms, waist, front and back.
8: Which city has 3/7 of a chicken, 2/3 of a cat and half of a goat?
9: Stop them from fighting.
Answer: Put one finger on the cat and one finger on the dog and pull them apart.
10: Which bear has no ear?
Answer: B because Bear – ear = B.
11: Catch 5 mice.
Answer: You only want the left-facing mice shown in the question. Tap the mouse when it crosses the screen. Do it four times and the last one is in the question.
12: Tap Elephant.
Answer: Tap the word “Elephant” at the top, not the buttons.
13: Do this.
Answer: Just rotate your device.
14: Tap the yellow button 13 times.
Answer: Do as it says, but count on your own because the counter is broken.
15: If you overtake the 3rd person in a race, which position will you be in?
Answer: It’s a trick question. Tap on “3rd” in the question.
16: I’m two years old!
Answer: You need to light two candles on the cake. To do so, drag the match over to the middle candle to light it. Then, tilt your phone to the side so the fire spreads to one other candle.
17: Put this elephant into the fridge.
Answer: Don’t try to open the fridge like you might want to. Instead, just drag the word “elephant” to the fridge.
18: Which egg is harder, the brown egg or the white one?
Answer: Grab each egg with a finger and bang them against each other until a chick pops out of one. The harder one is the one that doesn’t crack.
19: Can I have some Ketchups?
Answer: Turn your phone upside-down and then hit the bottom of it a few times like you would a real ketchup bottle.
20: How many owl are there?
Answer: Drag each owl aside until you see nothing behind it. You’ll end up with 9 owls. Sadly, the word “owl” doesn’t count this time. So the answer is 9.
21: You are getting engaged. Your fiancé has hidden the engagement ring. If only one statement is true, where’s the ring?
Answer: B. The ring is in this box. Only statement C is true.
22: A pencil and an eraser cost $1.10 together. The pencil costs $1.00 more than the eraser. How much does the eraser cost?
Answer: $0.05. Because $0.05 + $1.05 = $1.10.
23: Look out for the owl on your right!
Answer: The little arrow on the screen is telling you there’s something off-screen that you can’t see. Tilt your phone to the left a bit and then tap the owl when it appears.
24: Turn off the lamp again.
Answer: Swipe the bulb to unscrew it.
25: Which statement here is true?
Answer: “Three Statements here are false” because only one can be true, so three have to be false.
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