What more could brainteaser enthusiasts ask for than a puzzle that brings cute kittens to the table?
The jam-packed graphic, created by Gergely Dudás from Dudolf.com, has conjured up this adorable yet tricky challenge – and it’s left even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers scratching their heads.
Somewhere in this picture, a bunny is hiding in plain sight = but the furry friend is cleverly using hundreds of other cats to blend in.
Do you reckon you’ve got what it takes to find it? Ready, get set, go!
Players are challenged to locate the bunny which is hiding somewhere in this picture among a large crowd of cats
Gergely’s constant art style makes this puzzle particularly challenging because all of the animals look the same.
However, a splash of colour here and there helps to separate some of the cats, but where is the bunny?
If you’re having trouble finding it, here’s a clue: Try searching to the left-hand side of the pu\\le.
Give up? Scroll down to find the answer.
Tucked craftily to the side of the picture, the rabbit sits among the cats. It used its white fur to blend in with the other animals. How quickly did you find it?
If you enjoyed that brainteaser, why not try this fiendishly tricky puzzle as well?
Hotel group Jurys Inn has put together the difficult challenge as a way of helping Britons find some escapism at home amid the second national coronavirus lockdown.
Players are challenged to track down the squirrel lurking in a sea of brown leaves in this jolly illustration of the great outdoors.
But just how quickly can you find the furry rodent?
Players are challenged to track down the squirrel lurking in a sea of brown leaves in this jolly illustration of the great outdoors
With the sea of autumnal leaves, as well as a dog walker and football players, some players might find this brainteaser the hardest yet.
If you’re struggling, cast your eye towards the largest tree in the bottom half of the screen.
Scroll down to look at the answer below if you’ve given up or want to check whether you’ve got it right.
You’ll definitely kick yourself when you finally spy it!
Here, the pesky rodent is circled nestled in the biggest tree in the bottom half of the screen
But why not test your skills once again with this travel-themed teaser?
The hospitality company also set this tricky conundrum which requires challenges to find the raven in this busy London scene.
Ravens are renowned for occupying the Tower of London, but it looks like this one’s nipped out for a spot of sight-seeing. So, can you spot it?
Players are challenged to track down the raven lurking somewhere in this jolly illustration of the capital
If you’re struggling to locate the black bird, look towards the image of the iconic London Black Cab.
Still can’t see it? Look a little closer, towards the bottom of Big Ben.
Check out the answer below.
How long did it take you to spot the raven? Here he is, circled in red just above the image of the Black Cab
If you enjoyed that, why not have a go at this autumnal brainteaser?
The seasonal puzzle challenges players to spot six sneaky hedgehogs hiding among the leaves – and it’s left many people scratching their heads.
Created by UK home interior specialists hillarys.co.uk, it’s tricky to find just one of Britain’s favourite garden visitors.
So, do you think you can spot the six hedgehogs and beat the record time of 30 seconds?
Home interior experts Hillarys.co.uk have created a brainteaser to remind you to look out for hedgehogs in your garden this autumn
The key to solving this mystery is to focus on the darker shades of brown in the image.
Ready? Don’t forget to set a timer to see how long it takes you to track down the hedgehogs!
Pining for a little help? Or confident you found all the spiky creatures?
Why don’t you check the image below to see how you fared?
There they are! Did you spot all six of the hidden hedgehogs in less than the record time of 30 seconds?
If you’re hungry for more fun, why not try your hand at this Strictly Come Dancing-themed game?
The puzzle, created by UK-based Dancewear Central, was released to celebrate Nicola Adams and Katya Jones becoming the first same-sex couple to dance together on the hit BBC One show.
According to the creator, the fastest time recorded to find the elegant duo is 70 seconds- but how long will it take you?
A tricky puzzle (pictured), created by UK-based Dancewear Central, challenges the nation to spot the silhouette of a female same-sex couple amongst the other dancers
Whether you’re able to find them or not, hopefully the puzzle will provide a little distraction from the stresses of the current social disDANCING measures.
Give it a try and see how you get on. Good luck – and don’t forget to time yourself!
Do you think you’ve found it? Or are you hanging up your dance shoes and throwing the towel in?
Whatever the case may be, you can find the solution image below.
If you’re struggling to find the hidden couple, then gaze your eyes to the bright pink square circled above (pictured)
Elsewhere, this tricky Halloween-themed brainteaser challenges players to spot the ghost in a spooky illustration.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by UK-based property site Zoopla, has stumped many keen puzzlers with the well-hidden ghoul.
So, are you able to beat the 90 second record for locating the figure?
Surrounded by spooky creatures such as skeletons, zombies, witches and werewolves, can you spot the ghost in this Halloween-themed puzzle? (pictured)
If you’re struggling to find fun Halloween-themed activities for the family to enjoy, then why not give this challenge a go.
Somewhere in the haunted house picture, among several other creepy creatures such as skeletons, witches and werewolves, the ghost is camouflaged.
Are you having trouble finding it? Try searching the moon which is shining brightly behind the house.
Still no luck? Scroll down to find the ghost circled in the original image.
In a bid to make the ghost difficult to find, UK-based property listing company Zoopla placed a number of decoy figures into the scene to throw puzzlers off. The answer to the brainteaser is circled (pictured)
Keeping on the Halloween theme, this next puzzle had even enthusiasts struggling to find the witch’s broom that has been craftily hidden in this Halloween-themed brainteaser challenge.
The testing scene, created by UK-based Ace Sheds, challenges participants to find a broomstick left in the garden shed by a careless witch.
Creators of the puzzle claim the current record for locating the concealed broomstick is a testing 45 seconds – but how quickly can you find it?
The witch’s broomstick lies camouflaged somewhere within the seasonal image.
It will take a true puzzle enthusiast to find the witch’s broom that has been craftily hidden in this Halloween-themed brainteaser challenge (pictured)
To make the puzzle challenging, a whole array of garden tools such as spades, rakes, trowels and watering cans litter the picture, with their bright colours catching puzzlers’ eyes.
For those finding it tough, try searching towards the top near the middle of the image, which also features spiders and festive Jack-o’-lanterns.
Still no luck? Scroll down to find the broomstick circled in the original image.
Ensuring the 45-second record stays in place, Ace Sheds placed a series of brightly coloured garden tools, spiders and pumpkins in the picture to catch the eye of participants. The answer to the brainteaser is circled (pictured)
Elsewhere, another brainteaser taking the internet by storm in recent weeks is this tricky created by 247 Blinds.
The UK-based company challenges you to find the creepy carved pumpkin between autumn leaves and other seasonal squashes.
The puzzle creators claim on average it takes 54 seconds for people to find the root vegetable lantern.
Only the most eagle-eyed participants can spot the Jack-o’-lantern hidden among the various spooky features in this tricky seek-and-find puzzle (above)
Ensuring it’s more difficult for people, the spooky graphic makes it harder to spot where the pumpkin might be by packing the puzzle with numerous different features.
To top it off, all the surrounding features are in shades of orange, meaning the carved lantern is well camouflaged.
But if you’re struggling, concentrate your attention towards the bottom centre of the vibrant image.
Give up? Scroll down to find the well-hidden jack-o’-lantern circled.
Ensuring it’s more difficult for people, the seasonal graphic makes it harder to spot where the pumpkin might be by packing the puzzle with numerous different features. The answer is circled, above
Meanwhile, a tricky new brainteaser is challenging players to find a single queen bee hiding within her busy colony.
Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared the seek-and-find puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy.
Players are asked to spot the single queen bee in the hectic scene and, to throw people off and make things as difficult as possible, all the insects look frustratingly similar.
Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared this seek-and-find puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy
The cartoonist also filled the vibrant image with plenty of playful characters, brightly coloured accessories and extra details to try to confuse the eye.
If you’re struggling to find the answer, then here’s a clue – feast your eyes towards the bottom right-hand side of the busy image.
Give up? Scroll down to find the well-hidden queen bee highlighted.
But don’t fret if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time round – because it’s just the latest in a long line of brainteasers sweeping the web.
Don’t fret if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time round – because it’s just the latest in a long line of brainteasers sweeping the web
Earlier this year, Dudolf shared a tricky spot the difference puzzle which left even the most eagle-eyed players scratching their heads.
He challenged puzzlers to find the seven things separating these two almost identical beach scenes.
To have any hope of getting all seven, you will have to pay close attention to even the smallest of objects.
Scroll down for the solution
Hungarian children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, challenged players to find the seven things separating these two almost identical beach scenes
The puzzle, shared on Dudolf’s Facebook and website, proved popular with his fans, who agreed it was ‘seriously difficult’ but ‘fun’.
One posted: ‘Found five! Then I needed the solution’. Another wrote: ‘Couldn’t find the last one, but finally did.’ A third asked: ‘Did everyone have as much difficulty as I did?’
If you’re struggling to find them then here’s a clue: the differences may be as small as a change in logo or a detail on an item of clothing.
Still having a hard time? You’ll find the solutions below.
Answers: The logo on the suncream, the fruit on the ground, the direction of the seashell swirl, the watermelon seeds, the band on a sunhat, the colours on an ice lolly, the sandcastle flag
It came just weeks after Dudolf challenged players to find the snake hiding in a jungle-themed seek-and-find puzzle.
The brainteaser shows a jungle scene in shades of green, with birds flitting between branches and thick foliage in the background.
But the single slithering snake is almost impossible to find.
The brainteaser, created by children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with misleading parrots
The challenging graphic, produced by the illustrator of Fox & Rabbit, prompted fans of Dudolf’s work to say it is ‘very difficult’.
If you’re looking for a place to start, begin by working from left to right and look closely between the leaves to see if anything is hiding.
Try not to be put off by the vine leaves and parrots as you weave you way through the jungle to find the snake.
And if you are still struggling, try looking closely at the patterns on the leaves to spot the creature.
Give up? Then scroll down to find the answer highlighted among the faded jungle scene.
The snake can be seen on the left-hand side of the jungle graphic hiding between the leaves
Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News