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Demonstrate your skills of observation in this addictive "Spot the Difference" game!

Complete 40 challenging levels in 4 unique scenarios by spotting the differences between the upper and lower screen. But you must be quick, as most of the objects and the camera are constantly moving.

You can also test your skills in three additional modes: Survival, Speed Attack and Time Attack. You will earn one star for finding the required number of differences, two stars will be awarded if you find more, and if you find all the differences in the level you will receive three stars. Good luck!

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Posted by Philip J Reed

Spot the indifference

Greetings, fans of two-pictures-that-are-seemingly-identical-but-are-actually-slightly-different-to-one-another! Aahh! Spot the Difference is here to make you happy people indeed — as long as you don't mind the fact that it's short, bland and totally...

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