QuickSpot DS

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  1. WilliamB
    Jan 19, 2010
    8
    If you don't like spot the difference puzzles, don't pick this up, but if you do, this is about as good as you can get. The game has a charming childish feel to it, both in the music, which is mostly poppy, electronic renditions of classical works, and the graphics. There are enough puzzles to keep you going for a while, and enough unlockable extra modes, like scrolling or If you don't like spot the difference puzzles, don't pick this up, but if you do, this is about as good as you can get. The game has a charming childish feel to it, both in the music, which is mostly poppy, electronic renditions of classical works, and the graphics. There are enough puzzles to keep you going for a while, and enough unlockable extra modes, like scrolling or animated pictures, to mix it up. Granted, some of the features are mere gimmicks, but know what plays a DS to get their fortune told anyway. Expand

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Mixed or average reviews - based on 18 Critics

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  1. Nintendo Power
    55
    It may seem like a bit of a stretch to make a full-blown DS title about finding the differences between two nearly identical drawings. And it is. [Apr 2007, p.87]
  2. QuickSpot’s only flaw is its own unique concept. Like it or love it, there isn’t as much of a “game” in QuickSpot as you might find in other puzzlers.
  3. 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.