Are you feeling lucky today? Are your fingers itching to turn the Lucky Wheel? Good news, you can turn the wheel every time you answer a question! You will be presented with a series of topics, subjects and novelty categories which you will…
3%. Let’s get started! Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would you find these two things!
✔️Right Answer: Australia
6%. Look at the clues on the cards and find the singer that sang these two songs!
- Demi Lovato
- Lana Del Rey
- Lady Gaga
✔️Right Answer: Madonna
10%. What are we referring to here?
✔️Right Answer: Flowers
13%. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues to figure out which event we are referring to.
- Independence Day
✔️Right Answer: Thanksgiving
16%. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?
✔️Right Answer: Anatomy
19%. Famous monuments! Where are these located?
✔️Right Answer: London
23%. What do these two words usually relate to?
✔️Right Answer: Witches
26%. What famous series are we referring to here?
- Star Wars
- Lord of the Rings
- Harry Potter
✔️Right Answer: Lord of the Rings
29%. What type of fruits are these?
✔️Right Answer: Citrus
32%. Where do these foods come from?
✔️Right Answer: Mexico
35%. In which country would you find these two landmarks?
✔️Right Answer: France
39%. Both these clues appeared as ?
✔️Right Answer: Comics
42.1%. In which city would you find these two places?
✔️Right Answer: Rome
42.2%. In which country would you find these two places?
✔️Right Answer: Italy
45%. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?
✔️Right Answer: Pomegranates
48%. What are we referring to here?
- A set of tools
- Types of snow leopards
- Types of monkeys
- Types of whales
✔️Right Answer: Types of monkeys
52.1%. Where do these belong?
- At court
- At sea
- In a church
- In a chess set
✔️Right Answer: In a chess set
52.2%. In which country is the game that uses these two clues believed to have originated?
✔️Right Answer: India
55%. What do these two people have in common?
- Both were kidnapped
- Both lived in Italy for 11 years
- Both were actors
- Both were assassinated
✔️Right Answer: Both were assassinated
58%. What are these species a type of?
- Types of Japanese sweets
- Tree varieties
✔️Right Answer: Whales
61%. What are we talking about here?
- Roof types
- Sewing terms
- Insect varieties
✔️Right Answer: Pliers
65%. What are we referring to here?
- Types of boats
- Breeds of horses
- Types of tents
✔️Right Answer: Breeds of horses
68%. Where would you find these two cities?
- El Salvador
✔️Right Answer: Brazil
71%. What types of animals are these?
✔️Right Answer: Mammals
74%. What type of diet do these two critters have?
✔️Right Answer: Omnivorous
77%. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?
- Construction site
- Electrical mechanic’s workshop
✔️Right Answer: Hospital
81.1%. Look at the clues on the cards and score points! Which musician/s are we referring to here?
- Guns N’ Roses
- Pink Floyd
- David Bowie
✔️Right Answer: David Bowie
81.2%. Look at the clues on the cards and score points! In which month was the musician who sang these songs born?
✔️Right Answer: January
84%. Which country shares borders with the two clues?
✔️Right Answer: Hungary
87%. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Which star was in both films?
- Matthew Broderick
- Geena Davis
- Johnny Depp
- Winona Ryder
✔️Right Answer: Winona Ryder
90%. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Blue card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: Which artist are we talking about?
- Claude Monet
- Pablo Picasso
- Diego Rivera
- Frida Khalo
✔️Right Answer: Pablo Picasso
94%. If you took that last clue, you’re right, it was a useful one! Now look again at the clues on the cards. Which country links both words?
✔️Right Answer: Italy
97%. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?
✔️Right Answer: Metal
100%. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?
- Julius Caesar
✔️Right Answer: Julius Caesar