Quizzes and puzzles have been the best way to challenge your brain and stay occupied and these 8 silly puzzles just prove that.
As goes the famous saying ‘Empty mind is devil’s home’, the lockdown puzzles gave much needed reprieve to social media users to spend quality time and take a break from scary Coronavirus news.
10 lockdown puzzles trending on social media are so entertaining that you may get addicted asking for more fun. Prolonged lockdown have motivated people’s creativity, result, many silly looking challenges and puzzles have floated the internet as a way to kill the time. Many people have been benefited by these sometimes tricky puzzles and lockdown challenges.
If you know the famous quote.
Empty mind is devil’s home
Prolonged social distancing, unable to mingle with the society and days and weeks away from our beloved ones are forcing many folks into the uncharted era of depression. Depressed minds pose more harm and benefits to your life with issues such as unable to find pleasure in doing simple things, loss of interest and much more.
If you have already covered watching much awaited binge on Netflix, covered the movies that were lounging to watch for many many years, now is the time to move on to the next chapter, lockdown puzzles. Historically puzzles and trivia have been famous for its ability to refresh your mind and brain, a challenge that can baffle you and make you think hard to find the answer.
Lock down puzzles are no different. Little silly, sometimes witty or otherwise tricky challenges have occupied many brains struggling for the answer. Seeing the popularity of thee silly looking puzzles, many users have have already given a try. Mind you these puzzles are quite addictive and once you finish them all, chances are that you will try to find more on the internet.
These puzzles have not only proven as a brain refresher, but also gave much needed reprieve to many users by allowing to breakaway from the scary Coronavirus news.
Here are 10 lockdown puzzles trending on Social media platform Twitter, created and shared by many users like you and I.
Who is correct
Look from left and then check your answer by looking from the right hand side. Decide which one correct.
Name the country
This one is tough. Looking at these weird logos,
Published under tagline as Monday’s lockdown puzzle fun. Can you name the countries of the world on here? We’ll post the answers in the next couple of days.
Let’s see if you can name all the countries shown in the picture. Below are some of the answers shared incase you decide to give up
- 3 Iceland
- 6 Bahamas
- 7 Taiwan
- 8 New Zealand
- 11 Brazil
- 13 Wales
- 24 India
- 30 Hongkong
- 10 Columbia
- 28 Britain
- 16 Japan
- 25 Hungary
- 21 Belgium
- 13 Wales
- 26 North Korea
- 31 Botswana
- 22 Singapore
Find the odd one out
Let’s level up and see if you can find out which one is odd and doesn’t belong to the group. The watermelon flavored ice cream is loosing its seeds, not all but just one. Find out which one.
Find the dog in zoom video conference
I just loved this one. One of the best lockdown challenge out there.
Today’s puzzle fun is a topical one & dedicated to all of you on Zoom calls out there! Can you find the dog on the conference call? Look carefully in this zoom classroom call. With so many students in this call is lurking a dog posing as a student on behalf of his owner. Nice trick incase you too want to skip online classroom.
Count the total number of ducks
Here is another brain trivia, something to challenge your brain. Look at this picture carefully and let’s know how many ducks are there?
Do you know
There is a trending hashtag #Lockdownpuzzles If you are active on Twitter check out this hash tag as people are adding new puzzles everyday.
Riddles, trivia and quizzes will keep your mind sane so you are ready to fight the battle of your life. Keep your ongoing issues aside for a moment, take a breath and deep dive in the world of silly and tricky puzzles. We assure you the time you spend to solve the mystery of riddles will be one of the best moments during lockdown.
All these lockdown puzzles have gone viral and admired by user community active on Twitter. The compilation of these 10 lockdown puzzles trending on Twitter will surely help you beat the dull-drum of isolation.
Math geniuses give me the answer
Next in line from the series of 10 lockdown puzzles trending on Twitter. Think you know the math, ll the permutation and combination. If you really are the analytical champion, this should be easy for you. Give a try and let us know if what;s the answer.
Puzzle for creative minds
See these 9 dogs in a square. Now you can draw two more squares in a way that each dog will be confined in his own space. Unable to escape or mingle with other dogs.
Sounds easy, then go for it.
I have teeth but I don’t bite.
What am I?
There is also a hint given. Found the answer, then let us know in the comments below.
Trivia for Mathematical geniuses
All smarty pants out there, move the needles and find the largest possible number.
I know you tried everything but couldn’t get close to the correct answer. I know you are not that smart hence won’t stress you much on this one. The answer is 999. That’s the biggest number you can make by moving just two matches.
I couldn’t solve this, can you?
My brain works well with numbers, but not with riddles. The words simply don’t talk to me. But I am sure there are sharp minds out there who are better than me in solving the riddles.
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