The Impossible Quiz 2 is a puzzle game that was originally created by inXile’s Sparkworkz. It is named “impossible” based on the fact that you cannot know everything in this life. We are all limited in thought and knowledge. The game could be addictive because you tends to always want to win, and by so doing you found yourself going on and on with it. Although, the flash game tends to be very engaging, but there are yet some pros and cons associated with it.
The impossible game interface is very easy to understand. It is designed for both beginner and intermediate computer user. It contains series of random questions and answers. Most of the questions are backup with simple sketch boxes and sometimes accompanied with sound tracks related to the questions.
A. is n;
B. is DECEMBER 3RD;
C. is A question mark and;
D is 142 DWARVES.
Although, as simple as the questions might sound, it could be frustrating when you choose wrong answers.
As common with most games of this nature, when you play through in a couple of times, you quickly got gist of the whole questions and answers, and the addicting nature fade off pretty fast. The order of questions is written the same way everytime. However, once you figure out the answers in couple of times, the next time you see such questions you already know the answers. It would have been much more better, if the quesions order are resuffled so that you'll less register the questions in memory and mentain concentrations everytime it's being played.
Despite all odds, The Impossible Quiz 2 is a good flash game, but not the best of it kind. You can actually enjoy the hillarious aspect of it. It's great for that. The questions get repeated often, it's therefore not best for brain development program.