(WiiWare)

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The ultimate Spot The Difference game on WiiWare with 160 scenes, three levels of difficulty, and 1,600 differences to spot!

Play either solo or with friends (up to four players): find out who's the best spotter!

Browse through odd and attractive scenes in various categories: Landscapes, Pets, Playtime and Yummy!

Four game modes are available:

  • Arcade:
    Scenes appear in random order: spot five differences in each.
  • Time attack:
    Spot one difference in each scene for as long as the timer runs!
  • Select scenes:
    Play with scenes of your choice and find five differences in each.
  • Multiplayer:
    Play against your friends (up to four players).

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

Can you spot the fun?

Spot the Differences! is a new WiiWare entry from Sanuk Games, a developer whose focus on Nintendo consoles so far has largely been downloadable puzzlers. This release follows the same standard modus operandi as Cosmonaut's 5 Spots Party and Enjoy...

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