10 most difficult games riddles A list of ten (out of 28) games related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Games quiz What was the original name of Pac-Man?Puck-Man. The character's name was originally written in English as "Puck-Man", but when Namco localized the game for the United States they changed it to "Pac-Man", fearing that vandals would change the P in Puck to an F. very hard 21% Peck-ManPeck-Man7%Puck-ManPuck-Man21%Man-PackMan-Pack16%Eat MonsterEat Monster55%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 680 answers in 3 languages »computer riddles » Which American entrepreneur and businessman developed the principles of modern bridge in 1925?Harold Vanderbilt. Harold Stirling Vanderbilt was an American railroad executive, a champion yachtsman, an innovator and champion player of contract bridge. He came from a famous family of entrepreneurs, and was also an avid sailor, winning the Regatta of the America Cup three times.very hard 26% Walter CunninghamWalter Cunningham28%Henry FlagerHenry Flager30%Lamar HuntLamar Hunt14%Harold VanderbiltHarold Vanderbilt26%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 249 answers in 2 languages »card games riddles » Which country has the most victories of the Bermuda Bowl, a world championship contract bridge tournament for national teams?The United States. From 1950, the championship was played 43 times (most recently in 2017 in French Lyon). Two representations definitely dominate in the history of sports bridge. The most victories in the Bermuda Bowl are the current world champion USA - 19, Italy - 15, and the rest of the world - only 9, including 1 time Poland, and France and the Netherlands 2 times.very hard 28% ItalyItaly13%FranceFrance18%United KingdomUnited Kingdom40%The United StatesThe United States28%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 238 answers in 2 languages »card games riddles » Who won the first Women's World Chess Championship?Vera Menchik was a British-Czechoslovak-Russian chess player who gained renown as the world's first women's chess champion. She successfully defended her title six times in every other championship held during her lifetime, losing only one game, while winning 78 and drawing four games.very hard 31% Lyudmila RudenkoLyudmila Rudenko23%Olga Rubtsova Olga Rubtsova 27%Vera Menchik Vera Menchik 31%Judit PolgárJudit Polgár17%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 316 answers in 2 languages »chess riddles » Where did chess originate from?India. Chess is believed to have originated in India. The game was reported in 6th century as a gift of Indian raja to Persian shah Khosrau I Anushiruwān. Original Indian chaturanga was a base of local chatrang, and after Arab conquest of Persian empire it was brought by them to Europe, where it evolved into current form.very hard 36% ChinaChina35%IndiaIndia36%JapanJapan9%MongoliaMongolia18%Created by: smyru. Statistics based on 5656 answers in 3 languages »sport riddles » In which sport the final match result may be 10 - 1?Basketball. In American Football can't get single point. In Bech Volleyball and Table Tennis play to definite amount of points. (21 & 11)very hard 36% BasketballBasketball36%Beach VolleyballBeach Volleyball10%Table TennisTable Tennis15%American FootballAmerican Football37%Created by: lukasz Poland. Statistics based on 734 answers in 2 languages »author: lukasz Poland riddles » What game is that?Shogi also known as Japanese chess is a two-player strategy board game and is the most popular of a family of chess variants native to Japan.very hard 36% GoGo7%ShogiShogi36%MahjongMahjong46%SugorokuSugoroku10%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 3719 answers in 2 languages »Japan riddles » Who created Scrabble?Alfred Butts . In 1938, American architect Alfred Mosher Butts created the game as a variation on an earlier word game he invented called Lexiko. In 1948, James Brunot bought the rights to manufacture the game in exchange for granting Butts a royalty on every unit sold. There are around 4,000 Scrabble clubs around the world .very hard 38% Damien MonnierDamien Monnier17%James BrunotJames Brunot25%Alfred Butts Alfred Butts 38%Edgar Allan PoeEdgar Allan Poe18%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 209 answers in 2 languages »inventors riddles » How many moves is required to achieve the Scholar's Mate?4. Using algebraic notation, the required moves can be described as follows: e4 e5, Bc4 Nc6, Qh5 Nf6, Qxf7#. The same mating pattern may be reached by various move orders, but in all variations, the basic idea is the same: the queen and bishop combine in a simple mating attack on f7 (or f2 if Black is performing the mate).very hard 39% 2211%3342%4439%886%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 447 answers in 2 languages »chess riddles » What happens if a chess player wants to promote his pawn to a queen (after reaching the eighth rank), but his queen is still on the chessboard?He may use any item as the extra queen. Since the queen is the most powerful piece, the vast majority of promotions in practical play are to a queen. If the queen is not available, the official rules are that the player should stop the game clock and summon the arbiter for the correct piece. In casual play, an upside-down rook may be used to designate a queen. Some finer sets do include an extra queen of each color.hard 41% he must choose another piecehe must choose another piece26%he must wait until the queen is availablehe must wait until the queen is available21%he wins the gamehe wins the game11%he may use any item as the extra queenhe may use any item as the extra queen41%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 7284 answers in 2 languages »chess riddles » Play games quiz and see all the questions.