In 11 Years, Only 34 People Have Solved This Internet Riddle

Notpron is a self proclaimed hardest riddle on the internet, launched over 11 years ago in 2004. Over the course of years, almost 18 million people have tried to solve the quiz but only 34 have prevailed. That means that just one in every 550,000 players has managed to complete the quiz — or, to put it another way, the chances being hit by lightening are 41 times higher than they are for you solving Notpron.

Hard to believe, isn’t it?

Given the need to provide a hack for everything by the internet savvy people, you would think that out of the 34 people, at least one would have provided all the answers somewhere but no one has.

“From a game design standpoint the main idea behind Notpron is that it’s doing one thing totally different from all other games,” David Münnich, creator of Notpron said. “Usually you start a game and the game tells you what to do, and you have to act inside that system. Notpron, however, expects you to work around the system, without even telling you to do so.”

David added that it is near impossible to solve the quiz on your own as you are bound to overlook details which you normally wouldn’t when attempting it as a group.

About The Quiz

With over 140 levels, the quiz starts off with a simple question which only requires you to click on the picture once. However, soon you will find yourself in a pickle; from modifying URLs to translating Morse Code and from rewriting HTML to music apprehension.

The creator himself has recommended downloading external software to help with the puzzle along with extensive Google searches. The quiz itself has a Google search bar embedded in it to make it easier.

Courtesy of the creator, some hints are given under “Rules and Tricks” button, if you find yourself in a slump.

Safe to say that you have to be a computer and an Internet savvy person to complete this test. You can start the test here.

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  • walkthrough/Answers:
    Level 1: Simple, click on the door itself.
    Level 2: Go to the URL bar in your browser and change level2.htm to level3.htm
    Level 3: Another URL solution: change the /false/ to /true/
    Level 4: The morse code under the lamp translates to “voodoo power.” Click the
    clock (the yellow circle): login is ‘voodoo’, pass is ‘power’
    Level 5: Click the red “start/stop” button: login ’simple’, pass ’songs’
    Level 6: Click the meter on the bottom-left corner: login ‘kill’, pass ‘hour’
    Level 7: URL: change tieman.htm to rediar.htm
    Level 8: Click the hole in the guitar: login ‘inverted’, pass ‘levelten’
    Level 9: Click on the 9 in the top-left corner: login ‘turnmeon’, pass ‘deadman’
    Level 10: Click on the ring: login ‘gray’, pass ‘world’
    Level 11: Click the bright light towards the upper-right corner: login ‘fucking’,
    pass ‘pans’
    Level 12: Click either of the ’12’s: login: ‘remote’, pass ‘control’
    Level 13: Click the clock face: login: ‘devil’, pass: ‘hell’
    Level 14: Click the red “start/stop” button: login ‘déjà’, pass: ‘vu’
    (copy and paste the login from here)
    Level 15: Click the top of the pipe: login ‘random’, pass ’shit’
    Level 16: Click the square in the bottom-right corner: login ‘doom’, pass ‘murder’
    Level 17: URL: change pron.htm to lamp.htm
    Level 18: URL: change lamp.htm to deaf.htm
    Level 19: Click towards the end of the finger: login ‘weird’, pass ’stuff’
    Level 20: Click the Windows logo: login ‘really’, pass ‘unfair’
    Level 21: Click the Greek lowercase alpha in the bottom-left: login ‘getting’, pass ‘further’
    Level 22: URL: change banana.htm to unexpected.htm
    Level 23: URL: change unexpected.htm to music.htm
    Level 24: URL: change music.htm to nextlevel.htm
    Level 25: Click anywhere in the image: login ‘riddle’, pass ’solved’

  • Apparently, this website is classified as “porn” by some ISP’s in Pakistan (maybe become of “misspelled” last word in domain name) and hence not accessible. I am getting message “The site you are trying to access contains content that is prohibited for viewership from within Pakistan.”.

    • Read what Wikipedia says, LOL, Inspired by a game he played online entitled “This is not Porn”, David Münnich created the first five levels in 2004, put them in a folder temporarily called “notpron” and posted it on his website. Soon, thousands of people showed up to play the game and, by then, it was too late to change the name.[2] As of November 14, 2015, only 36 people have completed it out of 17 million visitors since 2004.

  • Every one is playing specially people sitting in the office
    its addictive
    i nJust closed browser afater doing 20 – useless game

  • The website is blocked by Transworld. The govt people don’t know the difference between p*rn and pron ?

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