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I have seen puzzles that are drawn visuals. Someone told me that it involves deciphering the image and finding the meaning. Here's 3 examples of it:

house with a pig tail coming out

question mark missing dot

vertical lines, circles and Xs

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These are Droodles, created by comedian Roger Price. They're not puzzles so much as jokes - the "answers" are supposed to make you laugh rather than be genuinely figured out.

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The generic term for this picture puzzle type is .

Even though these particular pictures may have been intended as silly picture jokes, there are perfectly reasonable rebus solutions for the first two at least:

house with a pig tail coming out

Spring is just around the corner

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A pointless question

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