Sports And Games: Extreme Spot The Difference by Richard Wolfrik GallandSports And Games: Extreme Spot The Difference by Richard Wolfrik Galland

Sports And Games: Extreme Spot The Difference

byRichard Wolfrik Galland

Paperback | November 17, 2014

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Time out—those pictures aren’t the same!

In side-by-side photographs of such quality the games seem to spring to life, tiny discrepancies await the discerning eye. Sports and Games: Extreme Spot the Difference features forty-two pairs of nearly identical photographs riddled with minute inconsistencies. The average photo puzzler will quickly spot differences like the different logos on a football field, but it’s subtler discrepancies like the decorative shrubbery added to the background of another photo that make this book a challenge for the experienced examiner. Test your own powers of perception in this advanced spot-the-difference book of puzzles tailored to the sports enthusiast. 


The perfect mental challenge to keep brain synapses firing, Sports and Games: Extreme Spot the Difference even includes a unique and reusable spotter’s grid that lies overtop the pages and can be written on and erased, keeping the beautiful images pristine and ready to be used time and time again.
Richard Wolfrik Galland is a writer and games designer, based in London, England. He has worked as a magazine editor for Games Workshop and designed games for Hasbro and Sony Japan. He is now creative director at Warm Acre games. His previous books include Lewis Carroll's Puzzles in Wonderland and Leonardo Da Vinci's Puzzle Codex.
Title:Sports And Games: Extreme Spot The DifferenceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 10 × 9.5 × 0.7 inPublished:November 17, 2014Publisher:THUNDER BAY PRESSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626862508

ISBN - 13:9781626862500

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