Picture brain teasers

Every week we post new picture brain teasers on our Facebook page.  A lot of people like to puzzle with these picture brain teasers with answers. There are some really hard brain teasers, medium riddles, hard riddles for teens, but of course also some easy picture brain teasers. So these brain teasers can be enjoyed by everyone, adults and children.

Because there is nothing so annoying as a puzzle you can' solve and you can’t find the answer either. It is so frustrating to watch a magician do his tricks. And in the end, when you ask: 'how did you just do that?', you always get the answer: 'a magician never explains his tricks'. On this picture brain teasers page you can also find the answers and explanations at the bottom of the page (chapter: just riddles answers)

Have fun solving these picture brain teasers!

Picture brain teasers

Picture brain teasers 1

Picture brain teasers puzzle

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Picture brain teasers dice

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riddle dices

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riddle for teens

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Mind riddles

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Escape room for kids
Pubquiz

Fond of riddles?

If you love riddles and quizzes, then you should definitely play our Escape Room for kids or Pubquiz with your group.

The Escape Room for kids can be played at your own location. It just takes a few hours to prepare it and then you can surprise your group with this entertaining and interactive Escape Room. But the Pub quiz is also definitely worth a try. Together with your team you will try to beat the other teams in this quiz which really is about everything. 

Hard brain teasers

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picture brain teasers mastermind

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Brain teasers counting

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Picture brain teasers square

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Mind riddles numbers

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Picture brain teasers counting

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Riddles for teens

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Mind riddle car in box

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hard brain teasers cups

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Picture brain teasers socks

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Picture brain teasers scale

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Mind riddles dices

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Hard brain teasers Clock

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Mind riddle Hyroglyphics

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Hard brain teasers school

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Picture riddles for kids Halloween sum

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Hard brain teasers for adults

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Mind riddles What is it

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Picture brain teasers for kids

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picture brain teasers lamp

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hard brain teaser paint

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Picture brain teasers prisoner

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Mind riddles family

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Riddles for kids Christmas

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Picture brain teasers marbles

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Riddle cube

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Picture brain teasers shapes

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Picture brain teaser which day

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Riddle with answers

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Riddle with answers

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Picture brain teasers answers

Picture brain teasers 1
The letter M. It is in the word 'minute' once and in the word 'moment' twice, but the m is not in the word 'thousand years'.

Picture brain teasers 2
40 + 40 + 28 + 28 = 136 pieces

Picture brain teasers 3
The probability of the first die on for example a 4 is 1/6. The probability of the next one being a 5 is 1/6 again. So 1/6 x 1/6 = 1/36. The chance that the 3rd die is then a 6 is again 1/6. So 1/6 x 1/6 that it will be exactly like this. So 1/216. But...the order doesn't have to be 4, 5, 6. There are also 5 other sequences so that eventually a 4, 5 and 6 are thrown. The sequences can also be: 465, 546, 564, 654, 645. So 6 possibilities in total in order x 1/216 = 6/216 and that is simplified the same as.... 1/36.

Picture brain teasers 4
The answer is 1

Picture brain teasers 5
Answer 5 (3 is closed)

Picture brain teasers 6
There is a C between the G's.

Picture brain teasers 7
You might wonder why 5 stars? First of all you have to count well, but then you also have to be so sharp to realize that there are no blocks on the inside... There are a total of 6 sides to the cube each with 5 x 5 = 25 planes. So a total of 150 planes.
Then the number of blocks. At the top of the cube you have 25 blocks. At the bottom you also have 25 blocks. But the rows in between have only 16 blocks each, because the middle 9 blocks are not there. So 98 blocks in total.

Picture brain teasers 8
- If you compare the colors on the first row with the colors on the third row, you'll see that one color is different, namely yellow has become orange. And instead of 2 colors that are good (but not in the right place), suddenly there are 3. So conclusion: yellow is not in there, orange is.
- On the fourth row there are 2 good colors. One is orange, we know. The other one is purple or blue. Since there are 4 colors out of 6 to be used. So green and red are both good. So now we have: orange, red and green.
- Orange has to be on the 3rd place.
- In the first row we see red and green that both have to be used. So blue can't be in it. So now we have our four colors: red, orange, purple and green.
- Purple is good in the fourth row. Because in the second row, orange and purple are not in the right place, red must be in the right place there.
- So then the order becomes: red, purple, orange, green and that is: 3562

Picture brain teasers 9
We start at the top left with 8. Then we multiply each time by 4 and then add 4 again. The answer where you come from is: 592. (8 x 4 = 32 + 4 = 36 x 4 = 144 + 4 = 148 x 4 = 592.

Picture brain teaser 10
There is 1 square of 4 by 4 squares (the outside) = 1
There are 16 squares + 2 squares on the inside in the middle = 18, so total now 19.
Then from the top left we take 2 by 2 squares. We move 1 square to the right and then we can take 2 by 2 squares. We move one more time to the right and can take another 2 by 2 squares. So there are 3.
We repeat this by going down 1 square and do the same. So again 3.
And then we go down another 1 square and do the same again. So again 3. Total 9 more, so now total 28.
Then we are going to make 3 by 3 squares. You can do that in 4 different ways. So now add 32 squares.
And then we count the 8 very smallest squares you see in the middle column.
So there are a total of 40 squares.

Picture brain teaser 11
Each row and each column add up to 15. This means that at the place of the question mark an 8 is placed.

Picture brain teaser 12
There are a total of 8 O's

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Picture brainteaser answers

Picture brain teaser 14
If the car is in box 1, then statement 1 and 2 are correct. And so the car is not in box 1 (because there was only one statement). If the car is in box 3, then statement 2 and 3 are correct. And so the car is not in box 3 either. The car is in box 2, because then only statement 3 is correct.

Picture brain teaser 15
There are 3 columns (from top to bottom) and 3 rows (from left to right) with balls. All balls drop 1 spot in the next picture. The bottom row will be mirrored back up again. But the ball on the right falls down 1 extra spot because there are only 2 balls in the right column. And so C is the correct answer. If you solve this one, you really are a topper, because this is 5 stars.

Picture brain teaser 16
If you have taken 3 socks, you are not sure if you already have 2 of the same colour. After all, there are 3 colours of socks and you can have 1 of each. If you take the 4th sock, you know for sure that you now have 2 of the same colour. So the answer is 4.

Picture brain teaser 17
The upper scale shows that the volleyball is 3 times as heavy as the billiard ball. For the sake of convenience, let us say that the volleyball is 3 kilos and the billiard ball 1 kilo.
On the middle scale, we see that 2 volleyballs are just as heavy as a billiard ball and a football. 2 volleyballs weigh 6 kilos and the billiard ball 1 kilo. So the football is 5 kilos.
On the lower scale we see on the left 10 kilos (2 football balls) and on the right 9 kilos (3 volleyballs). So 1 billiard ball is missing.

Picture brain teaser 18
Take a good look at the 2nd die. The red and blue shapes are diametrically opposed to the 3rd die. So B is the correct answer.

Picture brain teaser 19
We approve 2 responses:

1: We take the example of the clock: 9 o'clock. That is 1. But also half past eight (well, actually a few minutes before half past eight, because the small hand is not exactly on the 8 at half past eight). So that is also 1. That makes a total of 2. At 10 o'clock the same happens, also 2x. For example, at every hour on a day, 2x is a 90 degree angle. Since there are 24 hours in a day, it means that the 90 degree angle occurs 48 times. So the answer is 48 times.

2: Actually (thanks to Henk - a very observant puzzler) the answer must be slightly different. The clock is at 90 degrees at 9:00 and slightly before half past 8, about 8:27. This repeats itself about every 33 minutes, not every 30 minutes, and 1440/33 ≈ 44, not 48.
So 9 o'clock, a little before half past 8; a little before 8, a little before half past 7; a little before 7. But then we are so much before half past 6 that we have to call it a quarter past 6, and then a quarter before 6; a little after 5, a little after half past 5; a little after 4, a little after half past 4, and so on.

Riddle 20
Each character is a number that is displayed twice next to each other, but mirrored the second time. The M is actually a 1 and another 1 (but then mirrored against each other). The next sign is a 2. The sign that is missing is a 6 and a mirrored 6, a kind of butterfly you get then.

Riddle 21
We charge for the convenience of having 100 people. Out of 100 people, 20 people (20%) did not give a good answer. In other words, 80 people gave at least one correct answer.
75 out of these 80 people have question 1 good (75% of all 100 had question 1 good) . In other words, there are 5 people who don't have question 1 correct (but also don't have everything wrong).
There are (80-55=)25 people who didn't answer question 2 correctly but have 1 correct question.
So there are 80 - 5 - 25 = 50 people who answered both questions correctly. So answer D is correct.

Riddle 22
A ghost is 20 (60:3); A ghost plus 6 candies is 26, so each candy is 1. Third line: three candies plus 12 pumpkins comes to 15. So every pumpkin is also 1.
Bottom line: 4 candies * 5 pumpkins (* goes for +) is 20. After that, 20 plus 20 is 40 (this should be under the question mark).

Riddle 23
If Frank is telling the truth, John would have lied about his claim that Peter is lying. So John would have to tell the truth, but then Frank cannot tell the truth. So Frank is lying.

If Peter is telling the truth, then his statement about Frank is wrong, because Frank is claiming that John is lying, whereas he is saying that Peter is lying. So Peter is lying too.
Then John is telling the truth.

Riddle 24
A coffin

Riddle 25
After 1 day he climbed 5 meters and after that night only 1 meter. The 2nd day he climbed 5 meters, so he climbed a total of 6 meters. At night he descends 4 meters again. And so on. So after 15 days and nights he is 15 meters. The 16th day he climbs 5 meters and ..... he is above :-). So 16 days.

Riddle 26
You turn switch 1 on, switch 2 on, but you turn it off after 5 minutes and leave switch 3 off. Then you go after 5 minutes to watch. 1 is on, 2 and 3 are off, but lamp 2 still glows.

Riddle 27
If 2 painters do 2 hours over 2 rooms, then they do 4 hours over 4 rooms and 6 hours over 6 rooms. If you want to have 18 rooms painted in those 6 hours, then you need 3 times as many painters than those 2, so 6 painters.

Riddle 28
Car A is the only one parked in such a way that they can quickly flee to the road. For Auto B and C, fleeing is less possible because they first have to drive backwards. So A.

Riddle 29
B is the sister-in-law of E.

Riddle 30
The correct answer to this Christmas sum is 38

Riddle 31
This is a very tricky brainteaser. John has 7 and Harry 5. If John has one more he has twice as many (8 to 4) and if he has one less he has 6 and 6.

Riddle 32
1 is the right answer.

Riddle 33
The coloured boxes are always jumping. The large coloured squares go to the right and the small coloured squares go to the left. And so, of the large square the left half is coloured blue and of the inner small squares only the upper left half is coloured blue.

Riddle 34
The answer to this brain teaser is Tuesday

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