How to play
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How to play

Not many rules apply…

OddPawn is a game of  logic. You need to see what is presented in front of you and then figure out how you can use that in order to answer the question on hand. Sometimes you need to look really hard to find both the question and the answer.

In the answerbox both capital and small letters can be used – it makes no difference.

You can play more than one level at the time. If you’re stuck on a level you can jump to a different level in an other chapter.

Finally ….. remember: “Google is your friend”




Levels in the game




Answers given

The story of OddPawn

The very short version

OddPawn is created by AWP and DonD after playing another great online riddle game.

At some point we got annoyed by the way that game was working and decided to make our own. We started out slow and created a game much similar to the other one called “WhatPron” with html-pages and very static.

Then we figured out that it would be great if we could actually see what everybody answered to each level so that we could see if our riddles were too hard or too easy. So we came up with an engine for the game which is the one you all are playing now.


Q: What is OddPawn?
A: It’s the world longest and funniest riddlegame.


Q: Who makes this game?
A: Please read the credits.


Q; Why is it called OddPawn?
A: You have to finish chapter 1 to find out.


Q: When did OddPawn start?
A: OddPawn was launched in 2005


Q: Why are you making this?
A: Because it’s fun!


Q: How many levels are in a chapter?
A: Chapter One has 50, the rest of the chapters have around 25. That’s excluding checkpoints and end of chapters.


Q: Is it true that “mystery” is the answer to a level?
A: Yes, it is.


Q: I solved all the levels, but the stats don’t say 100%. Did I miss something hidden?
A: No, the percentage stats don’t work correctly, in fact, they never did.


Q: I get an error-page, what should I do?
A: Refresh your page, works in most cases.


Q: The game was down for about a year for construction. What is improved?
A: Well… Uhm… Your patience surely is.


Q: No seriously! What did you do that year?
A: We made a lot of new levels!<(span>