Spot The Differences 2

Spot The Differences 2

There’s no need for too much explaining what Spot The Differences 2 is all about. This is a family game that will test your observation skills across numerous board sets and it comes for free at that!

The app is a simple one – after a trivial installation process you will be directly taken to the action. There are various level modes inside the game – in some levels you have all the time to find the differences, but in other levels you are time limited. Find the differences and you will proceed; fail, and you will have to play the level you failed once again. There’s also a helper – a hint button that will show you a difference that you cannot see, but if you use it too often you will run out of hints and you will have to wait 60 minutes to get a new one. So use this option carefully. Needless to say all the differences are in pictures so you will deal with 2D graphics only and decent sound. It is a simple app, after all.

Spot The Differences 2 is a great family game that will help you kill time or have some fun with your kids. It costs nothing but delivers nice content and more importantly – it develops your visual skills, which is never a bad thing.

Spot The Differences 2 is here on Google Play.

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