"What's Your Perfect Number of Sisters?" is an online quiz game based on The Loud House. It was released on Nick.com on August 23, 2016.
The game is an online quiz that determines the number of sisters one would have, based on Lincoln's position as the only boy in the family. There are eight questions the player must answer. After finishing the quiz, the results determine how many sisters the player should have.
Questions and options
How do you get to school?
How many marshmallows can you fit in your mouth? (Don't try this at home)
How do you ball?
Which pet would you adopt?
What's in your lunchbox?
BLT on white
Foot long Sub
Tuna with the crust cut off
What are you most afraid of?
Where would you chillax?
Bean bag chairs
How does your bathroom look?
You should have ___ sisters!
1-3 Your perfect amount of sisters is 1-3. A little peace and quiet is always key. What a great trio and oh, did we mention? You get tons of your parents' attention!
4-6 4-6 sisters that's quite a few. You get hand-me-downs, not stuff that is new. That may be more sisters than you had planned. But hey, that's enough to start a cool band!
7-9 7-9??? Whoa that's a lot! An only child is just something you're not. With all that commotion it's so hard to slumber. Don't worry though, you've got strength in numbers!
10 10 sisters! Wow, you're a winner. Even though it's hard to get nuggets at dinner. Not 1, not 4, not 7, but 10. Your house is completely full of best friends!
If this quiz goes by Lincoln's life, given that he's the middle child, he couldn't have had only 1-4 sisters. He did have 5 when he was born and ended up with 10.
The second question has an addendum that says "Don't try this at home", telling the player not to attempt to put as many marshmallows in their mouth as possible.
Connections to show
The 10 sisters result is the exact amount that Lincoln has and brings up how despite their differences, they get along very well. It also connects to "A Tale of Two Tables" with the mentioning of nuggets.
The 4-6 result connects to "Hand-Me-Downer" by telling the player that they get hand-me-downs. It also connects to "House Music" with suggesting starting a band.
The 1-3 result refers to "Attention Deficit" by stating the player gets lots of their parents' attention.
The first question "How do you get to school?" has a van as an option. This references "Project Loud House".
The third question "How do you ball?" is reminiscent of Lynn's sporty habits and the moment in "Space Invader" where she brings her balls into Lincoln's room.
The final question "What does your bathroom look like?" shows the bathroom's condition getting worse and more filthy for each option. This is like "Chore and Peace" when Lincoln went on strike from his trash duties and the trash piled up everywhere in the house.