More than 9,000,000 players worldwide. Spot the differences online. There's never been anything like it before!
Find all the differences in the pictures and win tournaments before your opponents do!
Traveling across gorgeous maps, assembling unique collections, and lots of interesting events await you. Tons of rewards!
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- More than 30,000 gorgeous quests that update regularly
- More than 11,000 levels of varied difficulty
- Lush graphics and amazing special effects
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Version 2.14.0

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
80.7K Ratings

80.7K Ratings

FatimaFA ,

Fake Players

I’ve been playing this game for a week now and it’s very addictive. It’s a lot of fun and because of the way it’s structured, I’m spending money trying to win tournaments. However, I strongly believe that the players I’m competing against are not real. Let me explain, I’ve been paying a lot of attention and realized that there is a pattern that the “opponents” are following. Another thing is when I’m playing a huge tournament of 8 people (including me), for some reason all the players finish their round with me at the exact same second. Call me crazy, but I don’t think that’s a coincidence, and if it is it isn’t possible to happen every single time. I believe that the opponents everyone is playing against are not real accounts. Thought I’d share this because when I came to this realization, it made me realize that it’s a tactic for players to pay a lot of money and made me feel kinda stupid.

Bnickwes ,

Woulda been a 5 Star But....

This game is a lot of fun and I love the competition aspect. 3 HUGE downfalls that pushed this game from the 5 Star it can be to the 4 star it is:
1. Put a cap on the number of Light Bulbs that one person can use in a round. So unfun to be winning and lose only because another player uses 5 light bulbs in 10 seconds. That alone has made me want to look for other games.
2. A 12 min wait every time you lose? C”mom guys! That’s really bad. 12 minutes?? 12?! Should update it to give people lives. 3 or 5 before making us wait. I get that it’s there to get people to purchase light bulbs, but I’d rather play another game during the wait and the, if I do remember to come back, I’ll play my 1 round (more if you win) and then wait. If anything, I’d rather have multiple lives then purchase light bulbs to use 1 or 2 for the difficult pictures.
3. The pictures get difficult pretty quick. I understand it’s a progression, but it goes from in your face easy to difficult within a few levels. Could ease into it a bit more.
Other than that, this game is a lot of fun and I would recommend to anyone (willing to put a few dollars in)......

123Stillloading ,


I really enjoy this game & it really helps you to pay attention to detail. It could be the smallest thing- a shadow, hair or half of a line & you won’t see it until the last moment. What upsets me is don’t let me think I’m competing against people but it’s a computer. I actually let a game sit without finding a match for 15 minutes & my opponent just sat there too. I eventually used a light bulb to win but is it really a win when I’m playing against myself? And are there really that many people playing the same time I am that we all finish the tournaments at the same time? Please don’t patronize me. It’s too addictive for me to say I’m not playing anymore. For now I just want to see if it’s possible to make it to top 5 on leader board-

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