Quizzes and games

This section consists of pages with answers to quizzes and games featured in Comixense magazine.


Game: What’s Wrong with this Picture?

Vol 3 Issue 1 | April-June 2023
Not everything in the image alongside is a true reflection of life as we know it. See if you can spot the 36 things that are out of place.


Quiz: Forest Connections

Vol 2 Issue 4 | January-March 2023
As Kavita Singh Kale reveals in her story, Forest Bathing, forests are a vast network of inter-connections among plants and creatures of various descriptions. In this quiz, you have to connect the facts mentioned with the correct visuals alongside.


Quiz: The Romance of the Railways

Vol 2 Issue 1 | April-June 2022

The railways in India have a lot of superlatives attached to them – oldest, highest, longest, most beautiful. Travelling by rail is an experience packed with incident (admittedly, not always pleasant). It will always hold a certain charm, in the face of all change, not least because of the many points of attraction that are attached to it. We have tried and captured some of those in this piece which includes quiz questions that you can have a go at.


Challenge: Code-breaking

Volume 1 Issue 3 | October-December 2021
Fatima, Amay, Mani and Piyali – who refer to themselves as the Fundoo 4 – enjoy doing exciting things during their holidays. In this challenge, Piyali has set the others a series of coded messages, which you have to decipher. For the solution, click on the image.


Quiz: Spy gadgets

Volume 1 Issue 3 | October-December 2021

James Bond has his marvellous gadgets that may be too good to be true, but real-life spies and agencies have also used mindboggling tools to carry out their espionage activities. This article took a peek at these, and featured quiz questions related to some of them. For the answers, click on the image.


Quiz: Plant Families

Vol 1 Issue 2 | July-September 2021

Just as we belong to a family, plants too are categorised according to families. Plants in the same family share physical characteristics that can help us identify them. Although they may share traits in common, a single family can have thousands of species, which can range from small shrubs to large trees. For example, tamarind trees and mung beans both belong to the same family, Fabaceae.

The July-September 2021 issue featured a quiz based on the flora and fauna shown on the cover. For the answer key, click on the image.