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Question 106
TIQ2 - 106 (1)
Difficulty

Easy

Bomb

10 seconds

Reference(s)

"Worms" / Characters by Splapp

Question 106 from the Impossible Quiz 2 is the sixth one of Chris's Incredible 20. It has a 10-second bomb, and features two original "Worms" characters that look like they're fighting each other: the one on the left with a sword across the top of its head is called Splapp (just like the creator of the Quizzes), whereas the angry-looking one on the right wearing the Australian flag bandana is called Huntakilla (representing fellow deviantArt user Black-Charizard).

There's also a pair of mechanical legs between them, yet no tasks nor options on screen, and the only clickable objects are Splapp's left eyeball and the onion Huntakilla is holding in one of her hands.

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The question when completed.

Your task is to take the eyeball out of Splapp's face and put it into the mechanical legs, creating Eye-On-Legs (yet another character by Splapp), and then put the onion into the hole where the eye was located. Once you're done, you'll move on to the next question.

Mobile version

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Question 106 (iOS)
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Difficulty

Somewhat hard

Bomb

10 seconds

Reference(s)

None

Either because of the usage of "Worms"-inspired characters in the original question, or because it seemed more like an in-joke of sorts, the iOS recreation of The Impossible Quiz had it completely replaced in favour of a brand new one, which simply asks "A monkey's uncle?". The options you're given are "Kong", "Fester", "Che Guevara" and "Bonzo".

The answer is "Che Guevara", which is the name of a well-known Argentine revolutionary and guerrilla leader. However, "guerrilla" is a pun on "gorilla".

Trivia

  • If you're playing the version of the game without music, at the beginning of this question, instead of giving the question number like the others Chris's sign is completely blank. The same thing is also in Question 111 of this quiz. The version with music does not present this issue.