A new music-themed brain teaser makes players scratch their heads – and even the most arrogant puzzlers get to pieces.
Created to celebrate the 40th annual Brit Awards, the seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to find the single microphone hidden between a messy stack of musical instruments.
The puzzle, designed by wristband company ID&C, becomes all the more difficult thanks to the combination of shadows and color.
It is therefore no surprise that most people cannot solve the puzzle in less than 60 seconds without cheating.
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ID&C has stunned the internet with a tricky brain teaser with a music theme (photo), prior to the 40th annual Brit Awards
ID&C created the illustration on the occasion of the 15th year in a row that they have supplied wristbands to the musicians, celebrities and guests at the awards.
Matt Wilkey, Managing Director and co-owner, at ID&C said: “What better way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Brit Awards ceremony than by participating in our music brain teaser!
“With an average time of 60 seconds to complete the game, we look forward to beating the record.”
If you still have trouble finding the microphone, look at the bottom center of the image. And when you finally give up, you scroll down for the solution.
Circled to the bottom center of the image is a microphone, disguised as part of a headset
Another busy image, made by GalaBingo.com, challenges netizens to find the robin redbreast among the birds.
But with hundreds of distractions, the big question is – how long does it take to find it?
The current record is at an impressive 23 seconds, but don’t be fooled – it’s not as easy as it seems.
Another brain teaser, made by GalaBingo.com, challenged the nation to find the robin redbreast among the birds (photo)
The main crab puzzle contains a sneaky hidden bird that must be seen among his cheerful friends.
But it makes people squint and stare and try to figure it out, with some even giving up because it is so difficult.
If you have trouble finding Robin faster than the rest of the population, look at the bottom right of the image.
Give up? Scroll down to get out of your misery and reveal it to everyone!
The hidden robin is to the bottom right of the busy image and is circled in red
Another puzzle, made by GoSimpleTax, challenges the nation to find the receipt between the messy counter.
The colorful image, released to meet the deadline for self-assessment at the end of the month, is chock-full of different pieces of stationery to try and get rid of the smell.
The makers have revealed that the current record is at 13 seconds – but can you do better?
A new brain teaser, made by GoSimpleTax, has challenged puzzlers to find the hidden ticket between the messy desk (photo)
With everything from mobile phones, calculators and notepads in the mix, it can be trickier than you think.
If you haven’t found the answer yet, here’s a sneak little hint – try moving your eyes to the glasses that are on the picture.
Give up? If you scroll down, you will find the correct answer at the top left of the image.
The answer is in the upper left of the image and is circled in red (photo)
Another colorful image made by Easy Bathrooms, a national retailer of bathroom and tile products, challenges puzzlers find the bath duck with the Christmas suit and the beard.
But because of the snowy and busy scene, the hard-to-find duck, also known as “Father Quackmas,” may be harder to find than you think.
The designer has revealed that the current record is at an impressive 42 seconds, but can you find it faster?
Another brain teaser, created by Easy Bathrooms, challenges puzzlers to find the duck with the Christmas suit and the beard
The mountainous landscape contains various invaders to throw you in the scent – including hundreds of other ducks in the form of red scarves and Christmas hats.
If you are struggling and want to get out of your misery, look away now, because everything is about to be revealed!
If you look closely, you will see “Vader Quckmas” in the upper right corner of the image, circled in red.
And it is not the only puzzle that has made players scratch their heads in recent weeks.
You will find ‘Father Quackmas’ at the top right of the image, circled in red (photo)
Another image, made by Great Rail Journeys, challenges the public to discover the eight differences in the two Swiss landscapes.
Both snaps feature a train journey through a mountainous landscape, but although both may look identical, there are hidden differences between the two.
And with a current record of no less than 58 seconds to beat, the pressure is really on!
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The latest brain teaser, made by Great Rail Journeys, challenges the nation to discover the eight differences in the two puzzles
The puzzle contains the iconic Glacier Express railroad, which is celebrating its 90th birthday next year.
It has also recently been featured in an episode of the world’s most scenic Railway Journeys TV series on channel 5.
The train travels through the Swiss Alps, home of the Matterhorn, the world’s most photographed mountain that is also on the Toblerone packaging.
If you’re having trouble finding the answer, look at the mountains, buildings, and trees for a clue – and if you’re really stuck, you can find the answers circled in red in the image below.
If you find it difficult to find the answers, you can find them circled in red (photo)
But don’t worry if you haven’t been able to beat the record, because there are plenty of other brain teasers you can try.
A brain teaser inspired on New Year’s Eve has been released to get you in the mood for the upcoming festive season.
The puzzle, made by the GiftsOnline4U team, shows an ocean of pocket watches that read five minutes before midnight.
Hidden between these clocks, however, is one that tells the wrong time, but can you see it?
The brain teaser, made by the GiftsOnline4U team, challenges puzzles to find the clock that shows the wrong time (photo)
According to the makers, the current record to beat is an impressive 9 seconds – so how are you going to do it?
With hundreds of different colors of pocket watches in the mix, the challenge can prove more difficult than it might seem.
However, if you have trouble detecting the hidden clock, try to find the only one that indicates five minutes to two.
Give up? You will see that the searched object is at the bottom right of the image.
The answer is at the bottom right of the busy image and is circled in red (photo)