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  • Summary: Focus. Be Quick. Spot the difference. The objective is simple. Draw a circle around what is different between two seemingly identical pictures. It is not as easy as you think. QuickSpot will have you drawing circles, rubbing and even blowing on your screen to spot differences in hundreds of pictures. Test your concentration skills and see if you can find multiple differences in seconds. Play anytime and anywhere with your friends and see whose brain is sharper. Singleplayer Modes: Rapid Play - In a series of pictures, quickly find the difference in 10 seconds or less to advance to the next stage; Focus Play – Take your time to carefully find multiple differences in a single picture; Brain Activity - Test your intuition, concentration, recognition and other activities to see how your brain measures up. Multiplayer Modes: Time Bomb – spot the difference and pass a single DS around like 'hot potato' to your friends before the time bomb explodes; Scramble – with multiple DS systems using Wi-Fi and a single DS Card, annoy and disrupt your friend’s game by changing the color of their screen or even filling it with frogs. [Namco Bandai Games] Expand
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  1. QuickSpot was a fantastic surprise. I hadn’t even heard of the game until the day it showed up for review, and it only took me ten minutes before I was hopefully hooked.
  2. It’s better than you think, but it's only to be played in small doses.
  3. 75
    The single player doesn't last forever and the multiplayer modes are fleeting, but for $19.99, this is a great title and a puzzler that shouldn't be missed!
  4. 70
    Despite the lack of variety, I found the game to be very addicting, and since most of the puzzles can be finished rather quickly, I found myself falling into the "one more puzzle" trap a lot.
  5. QuickSpot is charming, short, simple, and – best of all – affordable.
  6. QuickSpot has about as much lasting value as you'd expect from a game that is exclusively about spotting differences between two pictures, which is to say, not much.
  7. 40
    This is more in the line of a free Flash game on the web, or something Namco could have pitched at DS download kiosks.

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