Is this snowflake puzzle the trickiest brainteaser yet?

A new festive puzzle from Playbuzz is asking users to spot the unique snowflakes in the sequence. Photo / Playbuzz
A new festive puzzle from Playbuzz is asking users to spot the unique snowflakes in the sequence. Photo / Playbuzz

With December just days away the internet is awash with festive brainteasers but this latest one might just be the trickiest yet.

A new spot the object puzzle from Playbuzz is asking users to find the unique snowflake in a series of pictures.

It is said that no two snowflakes are the same - however, in these pictures all of them are identical bar one, but can you find the odd one out?

In each of the 12 images spotting the snowflake proves fiendishly tricky as the difference is barely noticeable.

Some of the illustrations feature as few as six flakes, and the larger graphics prove easier to spot.

However, the more snowflakes featured in the picture the trickier it becomes to seek out the individual one.

In one image featuring 33 snowflakes only eagle eyed players will be able to spot the non-matching snowflake hidden among the flurry.

Earlier this week a Christmas movie puzzle was infuriating netizens as they were asked to spot 25 iconic festive films, one for every day of advent, in just one picture.

The festive scene is hiding some of the world's best loved Christmas flicks including the vintage favourites and modern classics.

Devised by money saving site MagicFreebiesUK movies include Ghostbusters 2, Elf, Bad Santa, The Grinch, Trading Places, and many more.

While iconic characters such as Home Alone's Kevin McCallister and Buddy the elf can easily be spotted in the foreground of the image other films will need a closer inspection to uncover.

Eagle eyed viewers will be able to spot Love Actually's Billy Mack accompanied by his sexy Santa band mates on the billboard advertising his new single.

And Aardman's Arthur Christmas also makes a subtle appearance leaning from the window of the building on the right.

Only superfans will be able to spot the It's a Wonderful Life reference which comes in the form of the stars and galaxies in the sky - paying tribute to George Bailey's guardian angel.

The reference to Edward Scissorhands is, again, not immediately obvious with the only hint coming in the form of an ice sculpture.


- Daily Mail

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