A staggering puzzle is the newest brain teaser to swipe across the internet – but can you beat the clock or sit back?
At first glance, this typical suburban house seems no different than what it would normally look like.
But if you scan the image more carefully, you should be able to find the 11 clues that indicate that the residents might spend some time.
With three fifths of UK burglaries taking place between 6 p.m. and 6 p.m., according to ONS figures, the puzzle, made by Philips Hue smart lighting, is intended to mark the best ways to secure your home as the evenings get dark.
It takes the average reader 120 seconds to find the clues, during which time an average of three burglaries are estimated to have occurred in the UK – but how do you proceed?
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Brain teaser challenges puzzlers to find the 11 clues that the residents of this house have made on vacation (photo)
Andy Baxter, Philips Hue product manager at Signify, said: & # 39; A burglar looks at a row of houses in a street and looks for the clear signs that someone is absent and that it is easy to get into it.
& # 39; People can often become complacent if they live on a quiet road with a community fee – leaving windows open or piling mail in sight through the porch window – so it's worth it to come up with some tactics to thrive your house against thieves protect. & # 39;
Answers to the puzzle: lights on all night; door is unlocked; valuable objects seen through the window; nonsense; a key under a doormat.
Other answers are: Have an alarm system in sight; curtains left half open; mail piled in the letterbox; ladder in the garden; open window; no car in the driveway.
If you specified it, you can find the 11 hidden security risks that are marked in red (photo)
Don't worry if you couldn't beat the two-minute record, because there are plenty of other brain teasers you can try.
Another brain teaser that has been a challenge even for the most arrogant netizens asks people to find a musical note in a space landscape – so try it and reach for the stars!
HIDDEN SAFETY RISKS TO KNOW
- Light stays on all night – lights at strange times make it clear that nobody is at home
• Door is unlocked – garage, shed and conservatory doors must be locked regardless of where you live
• Valuable items seen through the window – valuable items that are shown can lure intruders
• Waste boxes for expensive items, such as technology, in recycling areas can give a lot away
• A key under a doormat – it is an easy way to set a password as 1234
• Have an alarm system in sight – this means that burglars can see if it has been activated
• Curtains left half open – let people look in your house and who is there or not?
• Mail piled in the letterbox – this can indicate an empty object
• Ladder in the garden – building materials such as ladders can easily be used to break or reach windows.
• Window open – no matter how high, they are often easy to open if they are unlocked or slightly open
• No car in the driveway – it is clear that someone did not come home if a thief was watching the building, or in the same way that a car had not been moved for a while.
But the puzzle, made by toy manufacturer TOMY, contains stars, hearts and even the earth – so it can be trickier than you first think.
And with the current record at an impressive 40 seconds, how are you going to do it?
The latest brain teaser, made by toy manufacturer TOMY, asks people to find the musical note in the space landing scene (photo)
The colorful image is designed to celebrate the launch of Rizmo by TOMY, the first & # 39; evolving toy & # 39; that listens, learns, remembers and grows – both in game value and in physical form.
In an ideal world you would now have found the answer, but if you are looking for an idea, look at the right side of the image.
And if you're still struggling, you'll find that the hidden musical note is at the bottom of the puzzle.
If you have not been able to find the answer, it is located in the lower left corner of the image and it is circled in red
Another released for the autumn challenges puzzlers to find the eye shadow between a series of tempting treats.
Filled with delicious delicacies, fashion pleasure and lifestyle luxury, the bewildering image, created by leading fashion and lifestyle destination Meadowhall, offers a series of items designed to attract the attention of every smart shopper.
But will the eagle eyes find the eye shadow hidden between the fall transports – and beat the 46-second record?
The latest brain teaser challenges netizens to find the eye shadow among a variety of tasty treats – but can you find the hidden item?
The brain teaser was released to celebrate the success of the company's exclusive late-night experience.
Darren Pearce, Center Director at Meadowhall, said: & # 39; & # 39; Whether you want to update your appearance, get some sushi skills or just want to find a good place to catch up with friends, there are all sorts of undiscovered opportunities to find in Meadowhall. & # 39;
& # 39; The pleasure is in exploring and we hope that our puzzle will stimulate the appetite of those who are ready to find something new! & # 39;
If you really can no longer search, you will find the answer in the bottom right of the puzzle.
If you have trouble finding the answer, look with your eyes at the bottom right of the photo
Another bewildering optical illusion, created by national building supplier Burton Roofing, requires netizens to cleverly hide the sleeping bat between different building materials.
But with buckets, brushes and step ladders packed in the image, solving the tricky puzzle is harder than you would initially expect.
On average, it takes 15 seconds for puzzles to find the hidden bat – but how do you proceed?
A stunning optical illusion (photo), made by Burton Roofing, challenges the nation to find the hidden bat among building materials
The puzzle contains a sleeping bat hidden between a range of tools and not only offers a bit of fun, but also gives a serious message about the importance of bats and ensuring that they are protected when they decide to visit your house.
& # 39; Bats often go unnoticed when staying in lofts, basements, garages, and external parts of buildings, but occasionally they accidentally wander into the living spaces of houses and workplaces, & # 39; noted Dr. Joe Nunez-Mino, Director of Communications and Fundraising in the Bat Conservation Trust.
& # 39; Sometimes young bats, which are inexperienced flyers, are exhausted in the summer before they find their way out. & # 39;
& # 39; They may try to land on a wall or curtain, or they may end up on furniture or the floor. If you happen to find a bat that landed in or around your property, it probably needs some help. & # 39;
The hidden bat (photo) is located in the upper left corner of the optical illusion with the construction theme
And if you have trouble finding the solution, you'll see the well-hidden bat in the top left of the image.
Another colorful image, provided by Rainbow International, which offers commercial and restorative cleaning franchises in the UK, requires puzzles to find the rubber glove among the chickens.
The fastest time to complete the difficult puzzle is 19 seconds – but that's a record.
The latest brain teaser (photo) that challenges the nations, asks netizens to veneer the rubber gloves between the chickens
On average, it can take up to a minute to find the glove – so why not try to see how you proceed?
Because the comb of a chicken looks classic like a glove, it is a really tricky brain teaser to amaze your mind.
Perhaps you might be looking for a traditional marigold color? If you are looking for a clue, look for a red rubber glove.
If you still can't find it, even with a little guidance, look at the bottom of the image.
The answer is at the very bottom of the image, as indicated by the white arrow
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