A tricky puzzle has gone viral after challenging viewers to put their survival skills to the ultimate test.
If you like room escape challenges, get ready for two extreme situations that will put your brain cells to work and force you to think outside the box to solve the mystery.
In our first challenge, you are asked to look carefully at the picture above and tell us which door will lead you to safety. While taking one door means freedom, choosing the other two means certain death.
Below are some hints you should read carefully before giving your answer.
Behind the first door, there is a raging fire.
In the second room, there is acid rain that can burn through your clothes and skin.
In the third room, there is a giant bear that hasn’t eaten in two years.
Which door will you choose?
If you chose door 1 or 2, we’re sorry to tell you that you don’t stand a chance. The correct answer is door 3 because a bear that hasn’t eaten in two years can’t possibly be alive anymore!
If this challenge was too easy for you, check out the one below and tell us which doors lead to safety and which you should avoid at all costs.
Here is some information that will help you make a better decision.
Behind door number 1 there is a deadly ninja with a sharp katana waiting to attack you.
In the second room, there’s an alligator that hasn’t eaten in more than two years.
Behind the third door, there is a hungry lion.
In the fourth room, there’s a desert with scorching sun.
Door number 5 is locked and the keys to the lock are missing.
In the sixth room, there was a dangerous zombie waiting to attack anything or anyone that comes in.
If your answer is door number 2, don’t celebrate just yet. Alligators can survive up to three years without eating.
Instead, the safest options are doors number 4, 5, and 6. When it comes to the fourth room, you simply have to wait for nighttime, whereas deserts are known for being cold at night. To enter the fifth room, simply pick up the keys lying on the ground and remove the lock. While the zombie in the sixth room sure was scary, take note of the past tense used in the hint. The zombie WAS in the room but now longer IS!
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