Summary: I have been looking for this game all over and this was the only place to find it. I loved playing Photo hunt at the local bars here and this game is pretty much the same. It has a few other added features but nothing too distinguishing over photo hunt.
Summary: On the surface this is a very simplistic game of spot the differences. But the game developers put so many twists and variations onto this theme that it doesn't get stale. Furthermore as you win medals you unlock additional puzzles and variations that were invisible (and unavailable) prior.
Summary: I think this is a good game for anyone that likes this sort of thing. I mean, just read the description, and te game will be exactlly what you'd expect. I started playing this with my 4-yr-old daughter, and now she can play it by herself.
Summary: This game is great fun for all age levels! My husband and I are in our 60's, and we have two grandchildren ages 8 and 10 1/2. We all love it! It's almost addictive - you can't put it down! One of the features that I really enjoy is the music that plays in the background while you solve the puzzles.
Summary: I like this game because it is a great game for an adult or child. The game can become addictive. The price is great!! The game also has hidden levels and endless picture mode. I praise the game to give you a sense of accomplishment with some trivial fun. The game is very well worth its price!!
Summary: The first thing you will notice when you fire up QuickSpot is that the menu is very irritating. You must circle the buttons rather than tap them. The game, however, is quite fun for about 20 minutes. It's interesting how it is very hard to see a very obvious change in two pictures.