Are you the type who notices every little thing? If so, you'll do amazing with the Vision Puzzle app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone where you need to spot the difference in two pictures. The game itself is very easy to understand, making it great for all ages. You'll find yourself combing over every inch of the picture as you try to find the differences. There are also other elements in the game to make it all the more challenging.
Not only will you have a great time playing the Vision Puzzle game but it will also be training your eye to be even more keen and more alert to all the little things. You are given a certain amount of differences to find and at first you may find it real easy but it certainly doesn't stay this way. When you launch the game you can choose your difficulty level and then you’re set to begin. Each time you finish a level you are given points based on the time it took you to complete the level. You can always re-do the level if you aren’t happy with your score.
The app has an in-app purchase of $0.99 if you're looking to add more to the game. In the most recent update there was more content added and there is relaxing background music to help you focus and concentrate on finding all those differences. The app doesn't have any customer comments or a customer rating at this time.
Find all the subtle differences
Playing the Game
I will say that the gameplay experience in the Vision Puzzle game is pretty smooth for the most part. All you have to do is tap on the screen where the differences lie and the game is very responsive to your touch. I really enjoy the background music and I appreciate that the pictures are all so different: some are actual photographs while others are cartoons or animations. It just helps to add even more variety to the game and keep you on your toes when it comes to the challenge.
A couple of other features worth noting: you can pause the game whenever needed, you can view your score, time, and level on the top of the screen, view how many differences you have found, and what you need to find still at the bottom of the screen.
Score is based on the time taken to solve the puzzle