Find the golden egg – A virtual treasure hunt around the globe!
EDIT: Congratulations to the lucky winners of our Easter riddle! Yannik W. was the quickest to find the golden egg and will receive €100!
Ditha F., Heiner F., Sameer A. and Francesca M. win €25 each!Here are the correct answers:
1. 5 or 6 (both answers are possible)
To mark this year’s Easter, we have come up with a slightly different Easter egg hunt. Set off to search for the golden egg and win one of five cash prizes! ;)
During the Easter holidays, 6 riddles will send you on a virtual trip around the world. Each riddle will provide you with clues about the location. When you have guessed the location, you can solve the answers to the riddle question by doing brief online research or, for example, by taking a short walk on Google Streetview. The solution of the respective riddle consists of a number with 1-4 digits.
This is how it works
- On April 2, 2015 we will start the treasure hunt and put the riddles online for you in the blog HERE.
- Solve all 6 riddles and jot down the solutions (number with 1-4 digits).
- Connect all the digits.
- Attach the sequence of these digits to the following link: //www.clickworker.com/e_
- It will look something like this: //www.clickworker.com/e_123456789101112
- Open the link to the website! If the solutions to all of the riddles are correct, the “golden egg” will be hidden on the result page.
- Make a screenshot of the result page and send it to email@example.com, subject “The Golden Egg”. The deadline is April 6, 2015.
The first Clickworker to send in the golden egg wins 100€. We will draw another four winners among all correct entries; each of the four will receive 25€ prize money.
Are you ready for our treasure hunt?
- Blue flags that give the start signal for our Easter treasure hunt fly around the office park that houses the (German) office of clickworker GmbH. Take a short, virtual walk! How many flags are there?
- That’s enough from us for now! There is a world-famous clock tower in Great Britain’s capitol; its chime is known as “The Voice of Britain”. When did the first “Great Bell” of the tower break?
- Things are getting spooky now! Thousands of human skulls are in the catacombs beneath the European capital of the country in which the church bells bring the Easter chocolate. How many visitors can watch this morbid attraction at the same time?
- Approximately 2.5% of India’s entire population celebrates Easter. One of the most famous buildings of the country that resembles a palace complex was actually built as a mausoleum for a woman. She died during the birth of her … child in 1631. (Fill in the gap! ;))
- In the country of our next riddle you will find that the eggs are brought by the Easter bilby instead of the Easter rabbit. When was construction of the most famous opera house of the country completed?
- Easter parades and rolling Easter eggs define the Easter celebrations in this country. The nation’s president makes the most famous “Easter Egg Roll”. What is the street number of the venue?