Brainteaser challenges puzzlers to spot the difference on iconic landmarks
A landmark-packed brainteaser – that includes famous sights from Paris to New York – has been sweeping the web, leaving many baffled.
The travel-themed puzzle, created by Jet2CityBreaks, features iconic sights including the Eiffel Tower, The Colosseum and Leaning Tower of Pisa, all standing in front of a frozen lake – with eight subtle differences hidden within the reflection.
With the current record standing at a super-quick 60 seconds, those who take on the brainteaser had better know their tourist monuments. So, how long will it take you?
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A new brainteaser (pictured), created by Jet2CityBreaks, challenges puzzlers to spot eight subtle differences between the landmarks and their reflections
The brainteaser was created by Jet2CityBreaks, to highlight its collection of hotels and apartments that are located close to famous attractions.
The brand’s customers can explore the cobbled alleyways, ancient ruins and white domed cathedrals of Lisbon, a new city break destination for 2019, or choose from a range of classics such as Budapest, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris and Rome, as well as bucket list destinations such as New York and Iceland and the Northern Lights.
If you’re struggling to find the subtle differences, take a look at the answers circled below.
Differences include missing crown on the Statue of Liberty and details on windmill wing’s, as well as a straightened leaning Tower of Pisa
And it’s not the only brainteaser to be leaving puzzlers baffled this festive season.
One festive themed puzzle, created by RS Components, an electronics company, challenges the nation to spot the robot reindeer hidden amongst the real ones.
With the current record standing at five seconds – how fast can you find the imposter deer?
Don’t worry if it takes you a little longer, as the average time is a more reasonable 32 seconds.
The latest in a long line of brainteasers challenging the nation asks puzzles to spot the robotic reindeer amongst the real ones
Don’t forget, the hidden robotic reindeer is different from the rest. Still struggling to find it?
If you’re after a clue, then stop looking at the red noses, as it’s the reindeer’s eyes that are different.
Giving up? The answer resides towards the bottom right-hand side of the busy Christmas image and can be seen highlighted in green.
As you can see, the highly sought-after reindeer actually has two different coloured eyes, along with stitches on its head, indicative of a robot.
The answer resides towards to bottom right-hand side of the festive-themed graphic (pictured) and can be seen circled in green
And it’s not the only puzzle which has been leaving players scratching their heads in recent weeks.
Another colourful graphic, created by Easy Bathrooms, a national retailer of bathroom and tile products, asks puzzlers to find the rubber duck with the Santa suit and beard.
But due to the snowy and busy scene, the hard-to-find duck, also known as ‘Father Quackmas,’ may be trickier to find than you think.
The designer has revealed the current record stands at 42 seconds, but can you find it any faster?
Another brainteaser, created by Easy Bathrooms, challenges puzzlers to find the duck with the santa suit and beard
The mountainous landscape contains several intruders in a bid to throw you off the scent – including hundreds of other ducks in the likes of red scarves and Santa hats.
If you’re struggling and are keen to be put out of your misery, then look away now as all is about to be revealed!
If you look closely, you’ll be able to spot ‘Father Quckmas’ towards the top right-hand side of the image, circled in red.
‘Father Quackmas’ can be found towards to top right-hand side of the image, circled in red (pictured)
A further graphic, created by Canine Cottages, challenges the public to spot the adorable dog lost in a crowd of cheery white polar bears.
With hundreds of creatures in the polar bear pack, the challenge may prove trickier than it first seems.
And with the current record currently standing at 2 minutes and 49 seconds, can you beat the record?
Another brainteaser, created by Canine Cottages, challenges the nation to spot the adorable pooch hidden among the pack of polar bears
Adorable little Frenchie Pierre has joined his humans on a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa Paws, but got distracted by the hundreds of polar bears having a Christmas party in the Arctic.
After deciding to join in with the fun and make some new furry friends, he’s got lost in the crowd – and it’s up to you to find him.
Shannon Keary from Canine Cottages said, ‘This brainteaser has had us stumped at Canine Cottages HQ! We hope our brainteaser has the public equally as puzzled and gets everyone into the Christmas spirit.’
If you’re struggling to find the cute canine, pinpoint your search to the right hand side of the image – or if you’re really stuck, you can find the answer circled below.
The adorable little dog can be found tucked in between the polar bears on the right hand side of the image
A different puzzle, created by Great Rail Journeys, challenges the public to spot the eight differences in the two Swiss landscapes.
Both snaps feature a train journey across a mountainous landscape, but while both may look identical, there are hidden differences between the two.
And with a current record of an impressive 58 seconds to beat, the pressure is really on!
The latest brainteaser, created by Great Rail Journeys, challenges the nation to spot the eight differences in he two puzzles
The puzzle features the iconic Glacier Express railway, which celebrates its 90th birthday next year.
It has also recently featured on a episode of The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys TV series on Channel 5.
The train travels through the Swiss Alps, home to the Matterhorn, the world’s most photographed mountain that also appears on the Toblerone packaging.
If you’re struggling to find the answer, then take a look at the mountains, buildings and the trees for a clue – and if you’re really stuck, you can find the answers circled in red in the image below.
If you’re struggling to find the answers, then you can find them circled in red (pictured)
Meanwhile, a New Year’s Eve-inspired brainteaser has been released to get you in the mood for the upcoming party season.
The puzzle, created by the team from GiftsOnline4U, showcases an ocean of pocket watches which read five minutes to midnight.
However, hidden amongst these clocks is one telling the wrong time, but can you spot it?
The brainteaser, created by the team from GiftsOnline4U, challenges puzzles to find the one clock telling the wrong time (pictured)
According to the creators, the current record to beat is an impressive 9 seconds – so how will you fare?
With hundreds of different colour pocket watches in the mix, the challenge may prove trickier than it first seems.
However, if you’re struggling to detect the hidden clock, then try looking for the only one that reads five minutes to two.
Give up? You’ll find the sought-after object resides towards the bottom right-hand side of the image.
The answer resides towards the bottom right-hand side of the busy graphic and can be seen circled in red (pictured)
Another has been released to celebrate the start of winter – and it’s leaving even the keenest of puzzlers perplexed.
The busy image, created by British, online-based Chemist 4 U, challenges netizens to find the one difference among a busy snow-covered hill.
However, with endless people enjoying the winter season, it may not be as easy as it seems on first glance.
The designers have revealed the current record stands at 27 seconds – but can you do any better?
While the left and right pictures may seem like identical images, there is one sneaky difference between them – but can you find it?
The tricky visual, which also features plenty of families building snowmen, has left even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers scratching their heads.
If you’re finding it too tricky to find the difference, then look away now as the answers are imminent…
The difference is a child creating a snowman in the top right-hand corner of the graphic, who disappears in the second image.
The answer is circled in red and resides in the top right hand side of the bright and colourful winter scene
Another graphic, created by Holland’s Pies, asks the nation to spot the onion amongst the pies to mark National Comfort Food Day, which was celebrated on Friday 15th November.
But with the nation’s much-loved pastry filling the busy image, it may prove trickier than you initially think.
So why not see if you can give it a go and beat the average time of 23 seconds? Remember, the pies the limit!
The brainteaser has been designed following new research which found the third Friday of November is when we officially ditch our diets in favour of our winter comfort food favourites – and of course pies being top of the list!
The latest puzzle (pictured), created by Holland’s Pies, challenges the nation to spot the onion amongst a sea of pies
Leanne Holcroft, Brand Manager at Holland’s Pies, said: ‘We’ve been baking pies for over 168 years and what better way to celebrate National Comfort Food Day and all things pastry than by challenging your family and friends to our brainteaser?
‘With the average time set at 23 seconds, we’re looking forward to seeing the record beaten. Our only tip would be to ensure you fuel your brain with a pastry treat, before you embark on the challenge!’
But if you’re struggling to find the answer, feast your eyes towards the top left-hand side of the image.
The answer resides towards the top left-hand side of the puzzle and can be seen circled in red (pictured)
With bonfire night a distant memory and Christmas just around the corner, this new brainteaser is sure to get you into the festive spirit.
The tricky puzzle, created by Missy Empire, challenges members of the public to spot the reindeer headband hidden amongst the ocean of Christmas jumpers.
But with an array of festive white and red patterns, it’s easy to see why people up and down the nation have been struggling to identity the sought-after item.
The designers have reveled that the current record stands at an impressive 12 seconds – but can you do any better?
Another brainteaser (pictured) challenges puzzlers to find the reindeer headband hidden amongst the ocean of Christmas jumpers
The graphic showcases the most popular style of Christmas Jumpers according to Instagram.
The most popular style of jumpers are those with a character, followed by a traditional style, then those with a slogan.
If you’re struggling to find the answer, try concentrating on the bottom left-hand side of the image.
Give up? Scroll down to find the answer circled in black.
The answer can be found circled in black towards the left-hand side of the busy graphic (pictured)