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Question 111
TIQ2 - 111
Difficulty Somewhat hard
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? Yes (10 sec)
Reference Question 101
Safe Question? No

Question 111 from the Impossible Quiz 2 is the eleventh question of Chris's Incredible 20. It is a 10-second bomb question. The upper part of the screen reads "Chris says...", while below you'll see Chris's angry-looking face (much like Frank during the "Frank Says" questions), and next to him a speech balloon that says "Now, type the alphabet BACKWARDS!".

This question is referencing Question 101 from earlier, where you had to type the whole alphabet from A to Z. In this one, however, what you have to do to pass this question is to type the words "the alphabet" backwards: "tebahpla eht". This includes the space between words, and it doesn't matter if it is typed with caps locked or not.

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Once you're done, the letters will scroll away, and a red hand will come in from the right giving you a thumbs up, while producing a shattering sound effect. You'll then move on to the next question.

Mobile version

Question 111 (iOS)
Screenshot 2014-06-02-16-39-54
Difficulty Easy
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? Yes (10 sec)
Reference None
Safe Question? No

Just like Question 101, this one also had to be replaced entirely in the iOS edition of The Impossible Quiz 2, due to the obvious lack of a keyboard. A brand new question took its place, simply asking "What is water?". The possible options here are "Wet", "H30", "Brown" and "HIJKLMNO".

While H2O is the compound, it is not a listed answer. H30 is also not correct despite being close. The answer in this case is the fourth one, "HIJKLMNO", since the chemical formula for water is H2O, and the correct option has all letters from H to O written on it.

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