A working from home-themed brainteaser has left players scratching their heads with even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers stumped.
The seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to find the single table tennis bat hidden on an incredibly messy desk.
The puzzle, designed by UK-based games room designer Liberty Games, is made all the more difficult thanks to the mixture of shadows and colour.
The designers have revealed the current record stands at an impressive 8.5 seconds – but have you got what it takes to do any better?
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This seek-and-find puzzle (pictured) challenges you to find the single table tennis bat hidden among a messy desk
Liberty Games, found at www.libertygames.co.uk, also surveyed people in the UK and found that 19 per cent of Brits are happier and less stressed at work when they take time to play games.
It comes as the UK remains on a three-week lock-down, with the British government asking people to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re looking for a clue, try casting your eye over the left hand side of the image.
Or if you’re really struggling, you can find the answer below, circled in red.
Have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re struggling, you can find the answer above, circled in red
It comes after a new alcohol-themed brainteaser has left even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers stumped – so you better not have your beer goggles on!
The tricky graphic, created by Simply Hops and the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), challenges the nation to spot the beer glass hidden among the hops.
But with a black background featuring hundreds of intricately detailed green hops, it may be more difficult to solve than you think, so try not to get too distracted!
The designers have revealed the current record stands at an impressive 15 seconds – but have you got what it takes to do any better?
A tricky graphic, created by Simply Hops and the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), challenges the nation to spot the beer glass hidden among the hops (pictured)
Following the closure of all pubs, bars and restaurants, the brainteaser has been created to celebrate the launch of new website BeerisHere – which aims to help save thousands of small independent breweries, taprooms, bottle shops and retailers across the UK and Europe affected by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, with more people now working from home and social distancing, SimplyHops is also encouraging people to join a virtual social hangout organised by their local breweries at 5pm every Friday.
So, have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re struggling, you can find the answer below, circled in red.
For those who give up, the answer can be found towards the left-hand side of the image, circled in red
Another baffling new brainteaser, created by illustrator Gergely Dudás from Hungary, challenges the public to spot a hidden bumblebee among a field of flowers and cartoon animals.
Since being shared on Facebook, the viral puzzle has seen many claim they’ve spent more than 30 seconds trying to find the well-hidden insect.
But while hundreds struggle to solve the brainteaser, could you be the one to set a new record?
Another brainteaser, created by illustrator Gergely Dudás from Hungary, is challenging the nation to spot a bee hiding among a field of flowers and animals (pictured)
While some of us are wary of getting too close to bees in fear of being stung, trying to find the insect in this busy puzzle requires you to look very closely.
If you’re still struggling to spot the bumblebee, try looking at the flowers closest to the raccoon eating an apple.
Gergely, who is perhaps best known as Dudolf, boasts over 152,000 likes on Facebook for his illustrations and quirky brainteasers.
His latest hiding bee puzzle has already been shared almost 1,000 times on the social media platform.
The insect can be spotted lurking on a flower towards the top left of the busy graphic (pictured)
Another puzzle is challenging beady-eyed users to find the only holidaymaker reading a book in this vibrant beach scene.
Bikini-clad women and men sporting swimming shorts are shown relaxing on their beach towels as they catch some rays.
But in the puzzle, created by a US-based travel company Official-esta.com, just one figure is enjoying a holiday read.
You have just 30 seconds to try and beat the puzzle so scroll down to give it a try before checking your answers at the bottom – but don’t cheat!
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A tricky new puzzle by international firm Official-esta.com has challenged beady-eyed users to find the only holiday maker reading a book – but can you find it in thirty seconds?
If you’re still struggling to spot the person, we can give you a clue – it is a woman and she is sitting near and umbrella.
Still can’t find her? Look towards the bottom centre of the image and you’ll find the person you’re looking for.
The puzzle follows the style of quiz made popular by Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf.
Among the puzzle, created by an online visa assistance processing firm Official-esta.com, is a figure enjoying a holiday read – seen circled
He recently shared a side-by-side pictures show animals enjoying ice cream in a park, but with seven subtle differences between the drawings.
The original picture seen on the left shows two bears giving out ice cream from a stand, as a deer plays football with a bunny and a hedgehog enjoys a snack.
Meanwhile two baby penguins play on a mat while a turtle sports sunglasses on his shell as the animals enjoy a sunny day out.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas previously shared a riddle to mark the end of the summer – but can you spot the seven differences between the right and left hand picture?
The hand-drawn image even shows a few of the animals teasing the followers, holding up a sign which reads: ‘Can you find seven differences?’.
However in the right-hand picture seven subtle adjustments have been made, visible only to the eagle-eyed and revealed in the picture below.
Dudas first became an online sensation after his deceptively difficult seek-and-find puzzle featuring a panda hidden among a group of snowmen swept the internet in December 2015.
He now produces puzzles for most major holidays – and delights followers by posting random editions throughout the year.
ANSWER: Seven subtle adjustments have been made, visible only to the eagle-eyed and revealed in the picture above