Tricky brainteaser asks players to calculate price of items with picture puzzles

Think you've got enough patience for a brainteaser?

The latest puzzle challenges players to calculate the price of different items.

Sounds easy right? Well, in order to get the correct answer you'll have to solve it using picture puzzles.

Currently the time to beat is 68 seconds but if you manage to do any better you'll have to let us know in the comments below!

The brainteaser from mobile money app Monese has different items set up in an equation style.

Different food and other lockdown-related items are paired together equalling different amounts.

There are three items each in five puzzles – a total of 15 items. Can you do it quicker than 68 seconds?

If you're having a hard time with the first two questions, maybe the others might be difficult too.

But don't worry we've got some hints for you…

To help you crack the code, a slice of cake is 12, fries are worth seven, beer equals 17, a TV is priced at 25 and the weights are 6.

We've got the answers below the pictures if you want to see how many you got right.

Here are the answers:

1. Slice of cake: 12; cup of tea: 5; sandwich: 8

2. Fries: 7, burger: 4; pizza: 11

3. Beer: 17; glass of wine: 17; empty glass: 0

4. TV: 25; book: 8, phone: 25

5. Fitness weight: 6; bicycle: 18, dog: 3

If that was too easy for you, don't worry we've got more puzzles to help you kill time.

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A mind-boggling optical illusion has an iPhone 12 hiding somewhere in the photo.

According to touchscreen specialists LifeSize Touch, the fastest record for solving the puzzle is 44 seconds.

And can you spot the millions in this fiendishly difficult number search?

To win, you must find the figure 114,000,000 – which represents £114 million – the figure in February's huge lottery Superdraw.

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