The Ignorance Quiz
How the developers of The Ignorance Quiz came up with that name is not necessarily all that apparent at first. Over the course of the game, the reason for this will become increasingly plausible. In The Ignorance Quiz, you will be asked a total of 100 questions, which are based on the principle of a slightly modified multiple-choice form. This means that you have to choose from more than one answer for each question. However, only one of them is the correct answer. Click on whichever answer you think is correct with your mouse. There is no time limit when answering the questions in The Ignorance Quiz. You can you take your time to answer each question and carefully think it over. While playing, you will not learn whether the answer that you have clicked on was right or wrong. After you have answered all 100 questions, an evaluation will automatically start. This mini-analysis shows you how many of the 100 questions have been answered right or wrong. In addition, you may get a comment such as "Poor Effort". This quiz is made more difficult by an increasing the number of possible answers. At the beginning of the browser game, you are given 4 answer options. After 20 questions, the number of possible answers increases by two. This fact leads to the wording of the different answers sounding very similar to each other. This creates an uncertainty that you need to overcome. As the name of the game suggests, you should use the exclusion principle in answering each question. The game is entirely undemanding in terms of graphics, so that a liquid flow of the game should be no problem at all.