Answer: Click the numbered heads in descending order: 194 – 27 – 26 – 14 – 9 – 3 – 2.5 – 1 – 0.4
If you do it correctly, a song will be played. If you take too long a bomb will appear.
Note the glitch: There is a glitch so if you click all the numbers too quickly, the bomb will give you a game over while the song is playing.
Looking closer at Question 92 of The Impossible Quiz. This time, we’re in a theatre setting with 9 folks in the front row. The screen shouts, “Descending!” and hovering over each person reveals a number on the back of their heads. The numbers, from left to right, read: “27”, “3”, “0.4”, “26”, “9”, “194”, “2.5”, “14”, and “1”.
So, to breeze through to the next query, tap their heads in descending order, kicking off with the largest number and winding up with the smallest. So that’s 194, 27, 26, 14, 9, 3, 2.5, 1, and finally, 0.4. In the sequence of heads, it’s #6, #1, #4, #8, #5, #2, #7, #9, #3. If your selection turns into a green tick, you’re on the right track. Once you’ve nailed the sequence, the curtains pull back, unveiling Mars singing “What is the Light?” by The Flaming Lips, and the crowd goes wild!
Be cautious! One wrong tap resets the heads and costs a life, plus, a 10-second bomb is ticking away from the get-go, and it doesn’t reset for mistakes.
Pro tip: If you tap all numbers before the bomb shows up, it’ll still appear during Mars’s performance and countdown to a Game Over. So, let the bomb appear before tapping the last number.
Mobile Fun: While the mobile setup is similar, the numbers appear above the heads since there’s no cursor. The bomb shows up and starts ticking instantly. Plus, Mars just smiles; no singing or crowd cheers due to copyright, concluded by a flatulence sound.
Little Extra: There’s a reminiscent question in The Impossible Quiz 2 – Question 95, it has a sadder vibe and an “Ascending!” task with a few graphical tweaks. Oh, and this is the first question featuring Mars! Keep your wits about you and enjoy the theatrics!