The Idiot Test
You’re a moron? Prove it
The Idiot Test Review
by on May 31, 2011
We all used to love doing those tests in the magazine to find out what kind of lover/thinker/worrier/cage fighter we were, and now that reflective quizzing has come to the mobile.
If you’ve ever wondered if you’re an idiot, then boy, do we have the test for you. Featuring the chance to prove you’re better than a monkey, caveman or full-on idiot, there are a number of clever observation puzzles to play.
Most are designed to catch you out, like games where you have to touch coloured balls a specific number of times while a counter informs you of the wrong number of taps, or simple left and right mixing up.
There’s a huge sense of satisfaction when you manage to beat the obvious traps that are set all around, and with so many steps there’s a huge amount of longevity on offer.
It can get a little repetitive at the lower levels when you manage to work out the puzzles, but that doesn’t stop the smug feeling when you finally beat the bastard application, and that’s worth the money alone.
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