Questions tagged [visual]

A puzzle that incorporates a visual component like pictures, diagrams, drawings, etc. Do not use this tag for puzzles that discuss geometric objects without displaying them.

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Identify the grid that does not fit into the pattern

In the two rows the grids in each row form a set that implement a pattern, so there are two patterns and they are somewhat similar to each other. Between the elements of the two rows there exist a ...
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Short Puzzle: Graphic Painting

The artist in the market is giving this painting for free (the last one on his rack). I asked him if I can take it but he replied "Why should I give it to you?" The frame could be useful but I dont ...
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What is the common verbal association?

| — S S Your answer should be one word to this problem.
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Treasure hunting with grandpa's old map

Back when you were a kid, your parents always told you and your brother the family legend about your grandfather's hidden treasure. It was quite a good story, and there was even an ancient map and a ...
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Twelve Labours - Prologue

This puzzle serves to introduce the ‘Twelve Labours’ series of puzzles. Its solution is standalone and does not contribute to the meta-puzzle at the series end. “Wake up, wake up, wake up! What are ...
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How many different Paths exist in this journey?

Rules: 1. Start from point A reach back to point A. 2. Each path needs to be visited at least once and only once in each journey. 3. never turning off at crossroads. to make it more understandable ...
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Haselbauer-Dickheiser Test no. 1: Matrix problem with four dots and tiles shifting colors [on hold]

This problem is the first problem from the Haselbauer-Dickheiser Test. I find this to be one of the harder problems on the test that I haven't solved. To me, the test is weird in the sense that it ...
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Which is the missing pattern? Why?

I got the following puzzle in an aptitude test. What should the answer be?
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Haselbauer-Dickheiser Test no. 3: Circle divided by lines between a blue dots

This is the test no. 3 from Haselbauer-Dickheiser Test. 3. These three circles below all have blue dots on their circumference which are connected by straight lines. These lines divide the ...
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The Grand Grid II

Have a look at the first Grand Grid to get an idea of the basic concept Each Grand Grid involves you discovering clues that allow you to solve a logic grid puzzle. The second in this series will be ...
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A Monochrome Image Sequence

Inspired by Conifers' Fill the Image Sequence series, :) What will be a suitable image to complete the sequence?
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Fill the Image Sequence Ep. 2

Suggested by Athin, try & make another feasible puzzle for this series. Enjoy :D The prologue also be revised more precisely. This puzzle will provide several images. These images compose a ...
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Fill the Image Sequence Ep. 1

Well, I just figure out another puzzle type, let find out whether it could be the good series or not :P This puzzle will provide several images, and these images compose a sequence with one or more ...
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Hard questions from an IQ test [closed]

I have edited the post to reduce the number of questions (I only kept the ones that were already answered) and I am creating a new post The questions are from the test taken from the website: http://...
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Mensa question need help

I've tried to solve this question(Exercise 31) in many ways but I couldn't figure out the logic behind this. $\Space{100pt}{0px}{0px}$
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$4 \times 4$ Colorful Raven's Progressive Matrices

What will be the missing tile? The colorblind version is available here.
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What's wrong with this D20?

Here's a D20 I produced by 3D printing and finishing. Something is wrong with it relative to the intended design. What is wrong and how did it get to be that way? Hint:
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Dragons and gems

Separate dragons from gems in each grid using as few straight lines as possible.  Each line should go all the way through the grid. The answer to the puzzle is one word.
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Disciple of Gzemnid

An entry in Fortnightly Topic Challenge #39: Deep Down in the Dungeon 1. Upon entering the dark room, you hear a loud, chilling sound. A light flickers to life and illuminates a relatively small ...
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Piece de Resistance - Ten Quotas. Nine Passed. Your Turn

Ten Quotas. Nine Passed. Your Turn This puzzle is part of the "Piece de Resistance" series. Go back to Part 1 (Ace) for the story.Ace Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten... Hmm... this is......
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Mensa Norway last 3 questions

I had no problems with solving first 32 questions from http://test.mensa.no but the last 3 questions are totally bugging me out even knowing the answers. Could anyone help me getting the logic behind ...
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A big cat roams through the middle of this Google Earth hunt

This puzzle is based on Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge series started by Conifers, :D Note - this puzzle is mostly, if not all, about solving the riddle. I suppose the puzzle could exist ...
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Flying pigs arrive

You’ve built pens for flying pigs. Being, well, flying pigs, they pick their own accommodation in full accordance to their preferences. Can you figure out what creature joined them? Pigs only occupy ...
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The Google Earth Challenge: “A dangerous flower”

This puzzle is based on Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge series started by Conifers This puzzle will provide a screenshot in somewhere on Google Earth, please try your best to identify where ...
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Not Seven This Time - another Google Earth challenge

Where is this? Please don't use Google reverse image search, but solve the puzzle using inspiration and deduction.
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Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge Ep. 4

Yeh I still can't give out the first hint... Bring it on! :D This puzzle will provide a screenshot in somewhere on Google Earth, please try your best to identify where the location is. The reasons to ...
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Seven Places at Once - Another Google Earth Challenge?

This puzzle is based on Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge series started by Conifers, :D As usual, no reverse image are allowed. Hey, check these out! These seven places are so special ...
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A Pixelated Sequence - Find the Continuation

A late question inspired by Finger sequence – find the continuation How should the grid above the '10' be coloured?
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Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge Ep. 3

Seems got well-reputed for this puzzle series :D, and the next question is ready! I wish I could give out the first hint this time... Everyone is really great in PSE! This puzzle will provide a ...
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Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge Ep. 2

Well, Just got instant kill from the first puzzle :P. Let's try harder this time! This puzzle will provide a screenshot in somewhere on Google Earth, please try your best to identify where the ...
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6x7 Pokemon-based cipher

My friend made this cipher for me to solve and it has me stumped. Wondered if anyone else would want to take a crack at it. All it is is this image: Names of the pokemon in order are (assuming I ...
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Where is it? - The Google Earth Challenge Ep. 1

I've just found something fun when I tried to give hint in What is a BEN Number™. Let's find whether this puzzle could get well-reputed or not :P This puzzle will provide a screenshot in somewhere ...
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How many ways you can go from point A to point B

I know I have drawn the picture badly but can you tell how many ways we can go from point A to point B. each path used once and no turning back...
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Who is the Killer from the following suspect in this image? [closed]

I did a lot of image search on google and found out the original source of the image is http://www.ghadahaleidi.com/ because there is a lot of debate I posted the answer myself and here are the ...
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A Battered Shield

An entry in Fortnightly Topic Challenge #39: Deep Down in the Dungeon 1. Your party has defeated the previous riddles in the dungeon. The next room you enter is pitch dark - neither the light from ...
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A short but stimulating robot-control puzzle

The goal of this puzzle is to find a sequence of max 4 commands that will move the triangle through the maze and visit all colored squares. Three types of commands can be used: F0 makes the sequence ...
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Pluses and stars inside square visual quiz

The problem is to cut the square into four parts by going along the lines, so that each part shall be exactly the same in shape and size, and each part contains a star and a plus. by H. E. Dudeney
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Fantastic beasts

Hint 1:
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Piece de Resistance - Seven Images Are Worth Digits

Seven Images Are Worth Digits This puzzle is part of the "Piece de Resistance" series. Go back to Part 1 (Ace) for the story.Ace Two Three Four Five Six Seven ... Another colourful piece of work, ...
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Tracks in the snow

Eleven fantastic creatures left their tracks in the snow. Can you identify all of them and the twelfth creature that left no tracks?
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Babysitting dragons

Connect each baby dragon with its parent to solve each mini-puzzle. The connections can not intersect and must cover the whole board. The answer is :
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Which of the following grids does not fit into the pattern? [duplicate]

The grids in the set above are not put in order, but there is a pattern.
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What is the next pattern in this sequence?

What is the next pattern in this sequence?
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A Strange Safari

Well, my friend told me that he's just visited a safari. Being toured around, he was very surprised how the guide could spot those animals so quickly. He took some pictures of the animals, ...
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Tokyo Metro puzzle #2

This is similar to the previous one, however they are independent. The map is here. Here is the riddle: ...
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Oh go dear! again… we Here

What is the missing one? $\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\, $ [Some colours look alike, sorry about that, but then again you don't really need to be able to make a visual difference between them, ...
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Which household object drew this pattern?

In my home is a common household object. I securely attached a marking pen to some point on the household object, and I placed a sheet of graph paper next to the pen, so the paper would not move. I ...
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Natural Pattern [closed]

Once, while I was traveling on a vehicle in the Caribbean, I watched a pattern form over the course of about 30 minutes. The rendering below is an approximation of that pattern from memory. The gray ...
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An Artwork Made from Several Countries

Last year I went to 12 different countries around the world. I made an AI to convert every country that I've visited into a beautiful artwork as a reminder. I input the 12 countries name, then somehow ...
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Shrinking very large barcodes

My apologies is this is not the right place for this question, please advise if it needs to be moved or deleted. So my city has an art installation of some very tall Dr.Suess style flowers. These ...