Before he turned physics upside down, a young Albert Einstein supposedly showed off his genius by devising a complex riddle involving a list of clues. Can you resist tackling a brain teaser written by one of the smartest people in history?
The world's rarest fish has been stolen from the city aquarium.
The police have followed the scent to a street with five identical looking houses. But they can't search all the houses at once, and if they pick the wrong one, the thief will know they're on his trail and escape.
When you arrive on the scene, the police tell you what they know.
One: Each house's owner is of a different nationality, drinks a different beverage, and smokes a different type of cigar.
Two: Each house's interior walls are painted a different color.
Three: Each house contains a different pet animal, one of which is the fish.
Now, with the provided clues and information, you have to find who has the fish. Can you do it?
And if you thought about filling those information randomly,