Cartoonist known for fiendishly tricky seek-and-find puzzles is BACK with one of his toughest brainteasers – so, can YOU spot four snow globes containing stars?
The artist behind some of the internet’s best-loved visual puzzles has shared an all new brainteaser that is sure to leave people scratching their heads.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, beter bekend as Dudolf, took to his popular Facebook page this week to mark the start of 2022 with a new quiz.
Dudolf, wie spog 300,000 likes and followers collectively, shared a drawing of a group of penguins in a sea of snow globes.
Among the field of colourful globes are four stars – but can you spot them? The answer is in the second picture from the top… but no cheating!
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Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, beter bekend as Dudolf, took to his popular Facebook page this week to mark the start of 2022 with a new quiz. Can you spot the only four snow globes containing yellow and white stars?
The picture sees seven penguins enjoying a day out, exploring the sea of snow globes containing Christmas trees, gingerbread houses, and gifts.
One penguin is seen giving his chirpy bird pal a globe with a heart in it, while another admires a miniature snowman.
However just four snow globes scattered across the picture contain yellow and white stars – can you see them?
No luck? Keep scrolling to reveal the answer below.
Geopenbaar: The snow globes containing two white and two yellow stars are revealed in the highlighted sections above
The artist is a fan of seasonal puzzles, and last September shared a riddle to mark the end of the summer.
The side-by-side pictures show animals enjoying ice cream in a park, but with seven subtle differences between the drawings.
The original picture seen on the left shows two bears giving out ice cream from a stand, as a deer plays football with a bunny and a hedgehog enjoys a snack.
Meanwhile two baby penguins play on a mat while a turtle sports sunglasses on his shell as the animals enjoy a sunny day out.
The hand-drawn image even shows a few of the animals teasing the followers, holding up a sign which reads: ‘Can you find seven differences?’.
However in the right-hand picture seven subtle adjustments have been made, visible only to the eagle-eyed and revealed in the picture below.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, beter bekend as Dudolf, took to his popular Facebook page to mark the end of the summer with a new quiz last September- challenging followers to find the seven differences in the right-hand picture
And followers quickly flocked to the post to share their reaction to the clever puzzle, which stacked up 500 hou van en 200 shares and comments.
Praising the quiz, een geskryf het: ‘It’s so satisfying to find all of them on your own!’. and another added: 'Ek hou hiervan!’.
‘Took a bit…. found them!’, het een gesê, terwyl 'n ander bygevoeg het: ‘The colour ones always mess me up’.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas then shared a link to a page featuring the image with the highlighted seven differences
Sharing his odd method, one follower wrote: ‘Oh jeez! Didn’t expect it to work, but crossing eyes steadily enough, you’re able to overlap the two picture and get it quicker.’
Gergely previously shared a similar puzzle to mark International Tiger Day, challenging followers to find the odd one out.
‘Which tiger doesn’t have a pair?’ vra hy, uploading the snap which quickly garnered over 500 hou van.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas took to his popular Facebook page last July to challenge followers to find the odd tiger out in the pictured quiz
And while some managed to solve the problem, others fell at the first stumbling block struggling to understand the task.
One joked: ‘A pair of what? I may just need more coffee, but I don’t understand.’
And another explained: ‘He should have said which tiger does not have a twin. I finally figured that out.’
Dudolf, wie spog 300,000 likes and followers collectively, shared a picture of 20 tigers with various markings, before highlighting the correct answer (seen)
Giving a further clue, een geskryf het: ‘You have to match them up in pairs like the old fashion match game,’ to which one said: ‘I think its based on stripes on the head’.
Nog een het bygevoeg: ‘I don’t know if i’m supposed to be happy that i found the one, or sad knowing he/she doesn’t has a partner!’
Dudas first became an online sensation after his deceptively difficult seek-and-find puzzle featuring a panda hidden among a group of snowmen swept the internet in December 2015.
He now produces puzzles for most major holidays – and delights followers by posting random editions throughout the year.