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Can you see the evil spirit among the ghosts? Puzzle puts your perception skills to the test

A mind-boggling new hidden object puzzle challenges players to see the evil spirit hiding outside a haunted house.

Created by Scottish company Cottages and Castles ahead of Halloween, the themed brain teaser has confused many who take up the challenge in hopes of putting their observational skills to the test.

It took an average of 2 minutes and 37 seconds for players to find the creepiest ghost hiding among the ghosts – but do you need it to set a new record?

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A new brain teaser created by Cottages and Castles, challenges the internet to spot an evil spirit hiding among other ghosts (pictured)

A new brain teaser created by Cottages and Castles, challenges the internet to spot an evil spirit hiding among other ghosts (pictured)

The tricky hidden object puzzle features dozens of ghosts, bats and creepy creatures with striking similarities haunting a large house.

Cottages and Castle designed the puzzle in hopes of encouraging tourists to seek out haunted attractions around October 31.

If you are struggling to see the angry face hiding among the shadows of the illustration, take a closer look above the hands in the lower left of the image.

The annoying challenge is the latest in a series of brain teasers designed to keep inactive minds occupied.

A magnifying glass reveals the ghost lurking among the shadows at the bottom left of the image (photo)

A magnifying glass reveals the ghost lurking among the shadows at the bottom left of the image (photo)

A magnifying glass reveals the ghost lurking among the shadows at the bottom left of the image (photo)

Only the most eagle-eyed players can see the TV remote lost among the various pieces of furniture in this devilishly tricky hidden object puzzle.

The brain teaser from British sofa and carpet specialist ScS challenges you to find the control hidden between plants, clocks and various chairs.

The puzzle’s creators claim it takes an average of 40 seconds for people to find the remote – so how long does it take?

Only the participants with the most eagle eyes can see the TV remote lost among the different pieces of furniture in this devilishly tricky hidden object puzzle (above)

Only the participants with the most eagle eyes can see the TV remote lost among the different pieces of furniture in this devilishly tricky hidden object puzzle (above)

Only the participants with the most eagle eyes can see the TV remote lost among the different pieces of furniture in this devilishly tricky hidden object puzzle (above)

According to the makers, a third of the participants could not find the controls within a minute.

To make it more difficult for people, the colorful image makes it more difficult to see where the electrical appliance is by packing the puzzle with objects.

But if you’re struggling, focus your attention on the bottom of the vivid image.

Give up? Scroll down to see the well-hidden TV remote highlighted.

Answer: The TV remote control is circled. The key to the puzzle was to focus your attention on the bottom of the image

Answer: The TV remote control is circled. The key to the puzzle was to focus your attention on the bottom of the image

Answer: The TV remote control is circled. The key to the puzzle was to focus your attention on the bottom of the image

Meanwhile, a tricky new brainteaser challenges players to find a single queen bee hiding in her busy colony.

Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared the hidden object puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy.

Players are asked to spot the single queen bee in the hectic scene and to throw people off and make it as difficult as possible, all insects look frustratingly the same.

Hungarian children's illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared this hidden object puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy

Hungarian children's illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared this hidden object puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy

Hungarian children’s illustrator and viral puzzle sensation Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, recently shared this hidden object puzzle on his website and Facebook page for fans to enjoy

The cartoonist also filled the vivid image with many playful characters, brightly colored accessories and extra details to confuse the eye.

If you’re struggling to find the answer, here’s a clue: look at the bottom right of the busy image.

Give up? Scroll down to find the well hidden queen bee highlighted.

But don’t worry if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time around – it’s just the latest in a long line of brain teasers sweeping the web.

Don't worry if you didn't manage to complete the tricky challenge this time around - it's just the latest in a long line of brain teasers crawling the web

Don't worry if you didn't manage to complete the tricky challenge this time around - it's just the latest in a long line of brain teasers crawling the web

Don’t worry if you didn’t manage to complete the tricky challenge this time around – it’s just the latest in a long line of brain teasers crawling the web

Earlier this year, Dudolf shared a tricky spot in the difference puzzle that left even the most eagle-eyed players scratching their heads.

He challenged puzzlers to find the seven things that separate these two nearly identical beach scenes.

To have any hope of getting all seven, pay close attention to even the smallest items.

Scroll down for the solution

Hungarian children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, challenged players to find the seven things that separate these two nearly identical beach scenes

Hungarian children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, challenged players to find the seven things that separate these two nearly identical beach scenes

Hungarian children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, better known as Dudolf, challenged players to find the seven things that separate these two nearly identical beach scenes

The puzzle, shared on Dudolf’s Facebook and website, proved popular with his fans, who agreed it was ‘seriously difficult’ but ‘fun’.

One reported: ‘Five found! Then I needed the solution ‘. Another wrote, “I couldn’t find the last one, but finally did.” A third asked, “Has everyone struggled with it as much as I have?”

If you’re struggling to find them, here’s a clue: the differences can be as small as a change in the logo or a detail on a garment.

Are you still having a hard time? Below are the solutions.

Answers: The logo on the sunscreen, the fruit on the ground, the direction of the seashell gullies, the watermelon seeds, the band on a sun hat, the colors on a popsicle, the flag of the sandcastle

Answers: The logo on the sunscreen, the fruit on the ground, the direction of the seashell gullies, the watermelon seeds, the band on a sun hat, the colors on a popsicle, the flag of the sandcastle

Answers: The logo on the sunscreen, the fruit on the ground, the direction of the seashell gullies, the watermelon seeds, the band on a sun hat, the colors on a popsicle, the flag of the sandcastle

It came just weeks after Dudolf challenged players to find the snake hiding in a jungle themed hidden object puzzle.

The brainteaser shows a jungle scene in shades of green, with birds fluttering between branches and dense foliage in the background.

But the single winding snake is almost impossible to find.

The brain teaser, created by children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The brain teaser, created by children's illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The brain teaser, created by children’s illustrator Gergely Dudás, from Budapest, Hungary, shows a mass of green and yellow leaves with deceiving parrots

The provocative graphic, produced by the Fox & Rabbit illustrator, led fans of Dudolf’s work to say it is ‘very difficult’.

If you’re looking for a place to start, start by working from left to right and look between the leaves to see if anything is hiding.

Don’t be put off by the vine leaves and parrots as you make your way through the jungle to find the snake.

And if you’re still having a hard time, look closely at the patterns on the leaves to see the creature.

Give up? Then scroll down to find the answer highlighted in the blurred jungle scene.

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

The snake can be seen on the left of the jungle image hiding among the leaves

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