Find the Pie

你能找到馅饼吗?我们have a new Tricky brainteaser.

  • A tricky brainteaser to challenge puzzlers to spot the lone different piece of pie.
  • Challenge takes 25 seconds or less to solve – but do you think you can do it quicker?

Yay it is Pie Day…. sorry Pi Day! TheMetagrobologist enjoys celebrating Pi Day which is the annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi), which is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.

As well as this special celebration we can today also celebrate Mothering Sunday. This special day, also known as Mother’s Day is an event celebrated worldwide honouring the mother of a family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.

To celebrate, we have a tricky visual brainteaser. Professor Burr has had an accident with a cloning machine and created multiple versions of himself and pieces of pie for a Mothering Sunday treat. In this challenging puzzler can you spot the individual piece of ‘Pie’ that differs from amongst the many pieces of pie?

So far, the record to spot the individual piece of pie is just 25 seconds. So, can you do any better?


Let us know if you found it! We will share the solution tomorrow.

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Dave Holt

Dave Holt is a metagrobologist based in England. He revels in the thrill of the aha! whether it is a mechanical puzzle, escape room or puzzle hunt.

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