Beat him...he had to ask 22 questions to figure out I was thinking of a telephone...
...hey, sith happens...
Never got me- I was thinking of a coathanger
30 questions to get "baseball".
He got water chestnut in 17.
The fact that he ( the program) can play 20 questions is impressive though.
Impressive, but apparently not <Jame E. Jones voice> 'Most impressive' </ame E. Jones voice>
It didn't get me, I was thinking of a charm bracelet. I kept saying irrelevant and then it started asking me if you can put it in something and then apparently Vodka, Scotch, etc. don't class as Alcohol like it asked me on question 25. Wasted questions, silly game. Also if colour is irrelevant why 5 questions on colour. Poorly made, tisk tisk 8)
The question 20 guess was, ‘is it a plant pot?’.
I beat him. He needed 28 questions to guess "tapir."
For a comparison, the 20 Questions website got it in 17.
That was fun. It took 24 tries to get coffee cup/mug, but came close at 20 with Pint Glass, considering my mug holds 16 oz instead of 8.
I beat him - he could guess that I was thinking of myself. Cthulhu is more than a match for some puny human in a goofy wrapping that taste bad.
It's somewhat stupid, but fun.
Does my Probe GT qualify as a "hot rod", by the way? If so, he/it got it.
My choice was sentience. The first time he failed utterly. I tried again and he came close enough I suppose with The Mind. But not until the very end.
Hah! Completely stumped twenty questions with candiru.
"The dreaded candiru, a naughty little fish with a penchant for swimming up a man's urethra!"Originally Posted by David Carroll
he's hopeless enough with simple items- I mean how hard is coathanger
I stumped him both times
The first time I thought of a watering can--at the end it gave me the option of picking one of about 10 choices or submitting what I had thought about.
The second time I thought of a dog chew toy--"It asked is it a rubber ball?" and I replied "sometimes," since then he has not asked any more questions. Does that mean that he does not care what I am thinking about this time?
I wish they had a "usually" choice. I also do not like it when the "BK King" comes on.
25 questions to correctly guess gecko.
His first two guesses were a camel spider and an axolotl (sp?).
I am thinking of a rhubarb--so I picked Vegetable as a topic--one of the questions is "can you use it in public?" Just what are people using vegetables for in public that does not involve eating--I would not consider that "using."
A later question asked "is is a carnevour?" Now I don't know about you, but I have never heard of any vegetables being carniverous.
Can it be washed? Don't you wash most vegetables before consuming them?
At question 22 it asked if it was a leek--I guess that is close.
Come question 30 it gave me lots of choices, and did have rhubarb as one of them.