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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The ancient Japanese runes

You are Rick Perry, former Texas governor (who forgot the name of the Department Of Energy in 2012. Really?) turned archeologist. You've discovered a shrine in north Japan that's estimated to be ...
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Some day in the park with Fiqo

   “Awwwwhat a cute little diagram,” the stranger said, “what’s its name?”    “Fi qo.   (A ...
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Who can it be…?

Who can it be…? Can you solve the rebuses? Answer the following three questions: Where does he/she live? What is his/her name? What is his/her job? Hint 1: Hint 2: Hint 3: Hint 4:
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A simple 'treebus'

This is a simple rebus, just the one picture: shiloutette from http://getdrawings.com/live-oak-tree-silhouette#live-oak-tree-silhouette-12.jpg
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Colorado Carl and the Lazurite Lizard - Part Two

This is a continuation of the story started here. It's been a crazy few weeks since you first deciphered Sam Smitherson's letter asking to meet at the Powell's Bookstore Café in Portland. You got ...
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Colorado Carl and the Lazurite Lizard - Part One

You are the assistant to the famed Archeologist Carl Carlson, better known as Colorado Carl! It's been a few years since you've had an interesting or (more importantly) profitable find. However, you ...
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Sort the pictures and guess the next one

There is a logical relation between these pictures that gather them all together. Can you sort them and guess what picture can be the next one? Hope this is an innovative and interesting puzzle. ...
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Eat It! Through Multi Paths

Here's a custom Pac-Man level. Pac-Man is to do what Pac-Man always does: eat, eat, eat! Wait, where are the pac-dots? INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL There are 3 hidden phrases representing otherworldly items ...
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Lights in the Dungeon: Four by Four

This is the second in a series Lights in the Dungeon puzzles. previous (1st) <-- | --> next (3rd) As you exit the three by three dungeon, you are greeted by a grinning Lord Hooty McOwlface. A ...
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The Hobbyist's Gift

Old man Skyler was a solitary but friendly old man who lived in Lander, Wyoming. As a hobbyist, he loved nothing more than making model planes and selling them cheaply to kids at local events. He wasn'...
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Q-Puzzle on $\mathbb F_7$

My high school math student had to solve this puzzle for his homework. I made it harder by not telling you what is the definition of $\mathbb{F}_7$. Neither why letter Q is used and which of his ...
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A unique rebus+

I'd call this a rebus+ (complexity, visual components, lateral thinking). The answer is a letter. Short story of the problem: I was happy, I felt I finally invented something solvable, easy, and ...
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What letter am I?

I am representing a specific letter... what letter am I?
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What's the next image 2?

Can you help me with this one: It is from a local IQ test from the schools in Vratsa, Bulgaria.
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SwapTiles World Challenge

My world record for this level is 17 can you beat or equal my record? The aim is to switch the positions of the two asterisk tiles in the least amount of moves possible, you do this by swapping ...
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Spider Man's wall climbing machine

When Spider Man invented his wall-climbing machine, everyone thought it wouldn't work. They were right! Quite simply, there was nothing to hold the machine onto the wall. But how much of a screwbrain ...
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My featured entry

Mosaic is a Minesweeper-like puzzle based on a grid with a pixel-art picture hidden inside. Using logic alone, the solver determines which squares are painted and which should remain empty until the ...
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Another visual puzzle to tuck into

A plural word connects these images:                                       What is ...
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Can you decode these pictures to identify the hidden treasure?

Combination of these pictures represent a treasure: Can you identify it?
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Lights in the Dungeon: Three by Three

This is the first in a series Lights in the Dungeon puzzles. It is intended to be easy to help work out unpredicted kinks for future puzzles that are built around the same story. -> next (2nd) You ...
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Picture puzzle.. numbers missing

Below is a picture and a set of numbers. There are 6 question marks. Try replace them!
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This cat can see you

Since rebus puzzles are starting to pick up again and I love them, here's one! Added a few more images to make more sense :)
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Falcon Circus, Prologue: The Twins

You get home from work, grab the mail, take off your coat, and sit down on the couch with the TV on the news. "Bills, bills, junk..." you sift through your mail, and stop to look at a very colorful ...
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Density-type puzzle: Having A Good Day?

Here's another Density puzzle. I've got to say, I really like making these. Part of this is pretty simple, and part of it is much more complicated. Let's see what happens! Here it is: Solution: (3,1,...
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Little Pictures: Charlie's Lunch Edition

Charlie was at school- middle school, to be exact. He had begun to chat with others his age, and was starting to make some friends. In particular, he had found a female friend, which made him very ...
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Capture The Stones

This puzzle was created by me as a single-player variation on the game of go. The objective here is simple: capture all 41 grey stones on the board below in the least number of moves. Just like in ...
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What kind of puzzle this is?

I received this picture, and the sender told me that it means something?
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5 steps answer is 3 digits plus decimal

3 digits plus decimals takes 5 steps has something to do with hex code as first step you only need a calculator and smarts
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Riddle - Where am I hiding?

I was approached by a mate who wanted a riddle to use on his prospective girlfriend on a date to ask her to be his girlfriend. ...
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John got a new dog?

I was walking down the road the other day when I bumped into my old army friend John. He had a new dog with him so I asked him what its name was. Now he's a big nerd of all sorts of TV shows and ...
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Spaceman from dying rainbows?

18th February 2024 Incoming Signal! A superluminal message has been received. It was emitted from a faraway galaxy near the black star 5 years before it became a supernova; engulfing the source of ...
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Signal-network: Create a network that guides 2 signals

This is a different 'connect the dots' puzzle. Your task is to connect the blue and yellow nodes in the map below with links such that the created network guides two signals emitted from the two ...
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I can't unlock my phone!

This puzzle is based on A Strange Poster by Synj. Looking at their puzzle (specifically hints 1-3) will give away the first few steps of this puzzle. Can you help unlock my phone by solving the ...
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Where is this picture taken?

Your only clue is this picture. You have to find where it has been taken! I will add some hints if noone finds.
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You can't see this rebus riddle

It is a rebus, fine But also a riddle It must be a sign Spoken but seen a little
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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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Rebuses are so cliché

Here's a good puzzle to end the day with. See if you can figure out what the image sequence is telling you. Hints: 1 2
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5008 out of the box

So I came across this puzzle somewhere: And the intended answer to it was: But that's pretty much straight forward. Thinking out of the box you can get a lot bigger "numbers" (values), for example: ...
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Move two matches (no [lateral-thinking])

Move two matches to make the following equation correct: Despite it commonly applying to puzzles of this kind, there is no [lateral-thinking] tag here, so no spelling out numbers, no turning the ...
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What is the answer that best completes the pattern?

What is the answer that best completes the pattern?
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Color Logic problem 3

Find the rule specified in the image below. Make sure the rule fully satisfies. Part two and one
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Three is the key

Another puzzle in the spirit of the Density™ puzzle. This one requires coordination plus some basic math. Enjoy! Final answer: (7) Hint 1 Hint 2 Hint 3
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Time for some proverbs!

Can you find these proverbs? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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Sticks and stones may break my sum

13 sticks and two stones are laid out as follows: Move three items so the arrangement makes sense. Only the basic functions ×÷-+= are allowed.
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Visual IQ puzzle with no clear pattern?

This is impossible, please help.
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Find how many colors are needed to color all vertices

In this puzzle you need to identify the minimum number of colors needed to color vertices such that no two adjacent vertices ...
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Go through the labyrinth by alternating yellow and green circles

Go through the labyrinth by alternating yellow and green circles. The entrance is the yellow circle on the left-bottom and the exit is the green circle in the middle-bottom (as shown with the arrows). ...
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Can't figure this one out.. What is the missing box?

I've been stuck on this for ages, and can't figure this out. What is the missing box, and the logic behind the answer? This was taken from a Korn Ferry Leadership Assessment practice trial.
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Can two colors ever be orthogonally adjacent in a flexi puzzle?

A flexi puzzle is a fun little toy, consisting of wood blocks and a string that runs through it. The pattern of colors is repeated twice; if a color is found at position $N$, it is found a second ...
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4 rebuses – 1 topic

The four pictures below refers to a word each. All four words come under the same topic. Can you identify all four words and the topic?

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