This birthday brainteaser promises to put your observation skills to the test.
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online experience day provider buyagift.co.uk, challenges players to spot the birthday present box hidden in the vibrant scene.
There are icons of experiences including spa days, glamping and helicopter rides in the scene… but can you find the present box in less than 51 seconds?
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The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online experience day provider buyagift.co.uk. challenges players to spot the birthday present box hidden in the vibrant scene
To make things trickier, there are numerous other things to watch out for, such as indoor skydiving and afternoon tea. But its the birthday present you need to look for.
If you’re still stuck, look closely, the icons are bold and bright and might distract the eye.
Need a hint? Try looking on the left-hand side of the image for the present box.
Still struggling? Then scroll down for the answer.
There it is! In between the helicopter and supercar experience
It comes after UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk challenged players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies.
There are clocks, staplers and notebooks… but can you find the only coffee cup?
You’ll need to look carefully as there are a number of reusable and takeaway coffee cups added to the mix. But it’s the traditional mug that you need to keep an eye out for.
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk, challenges players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies
The bright colours and patterns will distract the eye – so you’ll have to work extra hard to stay on track.
Need a hint? Try looking in the top half of the image for a white cup.
Still struggling? Then scroll down for the reveal.
It’s there! Right by the calendar and pile of mail to answer
The adorable animals are all standing in a forest glade full of trees and ferns.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf , shared one of his classic brainteasers to Facebook, challenging players to find the snake among the tortoises
But somewhere in the idyllic scene there is also a single smiling snake.
To make things even trickier, Dudolf has drawn the tortoises so their long necks look snakelike, making it difficult to tell the animals apart.
Still struggling to see it? Look on the left side of the image and pay close attention.
If you give up or need the answer then keep scrolling for the reveal.
The snake is slithering alongside the tortoises on the left side of the image
It comes after Dudolf created a loved-up seek-and-find puzzle in honour of Valentine’s Day.
The illustration shows loved-up animals embracing in a field of pink flowers.
But somewhere in this vibrant image there is a single pink love heart. Do you have what it takes to find it?
All loved up! Can you find the single pink heart in this Valentine’s Day themed puzzle?
In his typical fashion, Dudolf has made things trickier by adding plenty of little details that are designed to distract the eye.
The canoodling owls, for example, have a single pink flower between them. Elsewhere a grey cat falls in love with his own reflection.
If you’re struggling to find the heart then try looking on the left-hand side of the image, near the owls and kissing bears.
Still not having any luck? Then scroll down to check your answer.
There it is! The tiny pink heart is tucked between some flowers, just above the canoodling owls
The baffling seek-and-find puzzle was created by British retailers 247 Blinds to celebrate the romantic holiday ahead of February 14.
So, do you think you’ll be able to find the hidden balloon ? Give it a try and put your observational skills to the test.
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A tricky brainteaser is challenging players to find the only love-heart shaped balloon in a busy Valentine’s Day scene (pictured)
There are many hearts, Cupid’s arrows and roses throughout the print, but hidden within the drawings is a love-heart-shaped balloon.
If you’re struggling to find the balloon, turn your attention to the middle section of the right hand side of the Valentine’s Day scene.
If you still haven’t spotted the pesky object, scroll down to find the answer.
There are many hearts, Cupid’s arrows and roses throughout the print, but hidden within the drawings is a love-heart-shaped balloon (circled above)
If you want some more, try your hand at these tricky brainteasers below.
Designers have hidden a single open umbrella in this crowded street scene which is sure to leave you baffled.
The extremely tough seek-and-find puzzle was created by hotel chain Premier Inn following a recent poll revealed that brollies are one of the nation’s most lost items.
There are many people featured in the crowded design, but only one of them is keeping dry under an umbrella.
So, do you think you’ll be able to find it or will you be left scratching your head? Give it a try and put your observational skills to the test.
Hidden in the crowded street scene is a person holding an umbrella – but it’s incredibly difficult to spot
The hotel chain commissioned the brain teaser after research found umbrellas are one of the nation’s most lost items: 10 per cent of Brits will lose or break 10 or more umbrellas in their lifetime.
Almost a fifth of those polled (18 per cent) said they had broken or lost an umbrella after just one outing.
The survey of 2,000 UK adults also showed 28 per cent have turned up to an important work meeting soaking wet as they didn’t have a brolly. And despite almost a fifth of Brits owning three umbrellas, one in 10 have spent up to £50 on replacements.
So, have you been able to spot the hidden brolly? If you’re still struggling scroll down for the answer.
So, have you been able to spot the hidden brolly? If you’re still struggling take a look at the top left-hand corner of the scene
Premier Inn commissioned the brain teaser to mark its new rental umbrellas trial in 30 of its hotels launched in partnership with DripDrop– with a minimum of 15 percent of each borrowing fee going to the hotel chain’s charity partner Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity).
Elsewhere, an infuriating brainteaser challenges players to find a snowflake in an unlikely tropical scene.
The seek-and-find puzzle, created by The French Bedroom Company in collaboration with wallpaper designer Elizabeth Ockford, features beautiful tropical birds and flittering butterflies, as well as palm fronds and ornate bird cages.
But hidden among the tropical picture is a single snowflake, which is almost impossible to spot.
The seek-and-find puzzle features beautiful tropical birds and flittering butterflies. Hidden among the tropical picture is a single snowflake, which is almost impossible to spot
The creators claim it’s so difficult that it takes players an average of 7 minutes and 23 seconds to find.
The picture shows colourful budgies, butterflies, parrots and golden cages – but where is the snowflake?
Nestled within elegant illustrations of botanical birds, leaves and butterflies, the snowflake has proved tricky for Brits to find.
Focus your eye on the top corners of the painting – can you see it yet? The answer is below.
Answer: The delicate snowflake can be seen in the top left hand coner of the picture beneath one of the palm leaves
Can your brain handle more strain? Next up, this autumnal seek-and-find quiz challenges you to find the hidden hedgehog, but will you be up to the challenge?
British blinds retailer 247 Blinds have created this challenging brainteaser with a seasonal theme to test your attention to detail.
If you’re looking for a clue, try focusing your attention on the bottom of the image and you might have more luck. Still struggling? Simply scroll down for the answer.
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Can you find the tiny hedgehog hiding in this leafy scene for a brainteaser created by British blinds retailer 247 Blinds?
To make it harder, the hedgehog is shaped to look like the items that surround him, so that you’ll need to have a proper look at the picture to locate him.
Struggling to find the little critter? Focus your attention on the bottom part of the picture.
Giving up or want to check you got it right? You can scroll down to see the answer.
The small hedgehog was hiding at the very bottom of the picture. It was hard to locate, because it was shaped like a pine cone
Want to try your hand at other fiendishly difficult seek-and-finds? Look below for Femail’s selection of some of the trickiest.
To make things even trickier, Dudolf has made only the slightest changes between the mushrooms’ markings so you’ll really have to be eagle-eyed to spot the difference.
The slight changes in colours patterns and shapes distracts the eye from the task.
Struggling to find the one mushroom without a match? Try looking towards the lower half of the image.
Still having difficulty? Then scroll down for the reveal.
The odd mushroom out has a blue cap with red spots and is situated in the lower half of the image
It comes after another puzzle challenged players to pick out the two safety pins hidden among vibrant sewing equipment.
The brainteaser has been created by Dutch lingerie brand Hunkemöller, with puzzlers asked to spot the two tiny items in the sea of tools.
But thanks to the brightly coloured products cluttering the graphic, it is almost impossible to notice the missing safety pins.
According to the creators the puzzle takes an average of one minute and 23 seconds to solve, but with the mesmerizing colours, how quick can you spot the hidden items?
This new seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to pick out the two safety pins hidden among vibrant sewing equipment (pictured)
There’s plenty of little details designed to distract the eye, so it’s no wonder that some puzzlers struggle to stay on task and find the pins.
If you’re looking for a clue, try focusing your attention towards the centre of the image and you might have more luck.
Still struggling? Don’t worry, the answer is coming next so just scroll down to put yourself out of your misery.
The answer: The two safety pins (circled) can be found near the centre of the picture