There's a bat lurking somewhere among the ghosts, black cats, and pumpkins in this Halloween hidden image puzzle.
It takes the average person 45 seconds to find the car with its headlights on. Can you beat that time?
There are a dozen historical figures’ names hidden in the word search—the first three you spot are coming to your next dinner party.
The truth is out there, but you may have to search every corner of the image before solving the puzzle.
There are four pieces of jewelry hidden in this moving day scene—can you spot them all?
Do you know which author invented ‘factoid’—or what it really means? But more importantly, can you find it in this word search?
The goal of this hidden object game is to uncover the wedding invitation faster than you can say “I do.”
A snail and slug are hidden in this vibrant scene. Can you spot them?
If you want sugar cubes in your tea, you’ll have to hunt for them.
Usually you’re hunting for the eggs themselves—but these Easter-y hidden object games are a little different.
When it comes to popping the question, timing is everything—and this hidden image puzzle is a good reminder.
Do you think you have a photographic memory? Prove it! Take this interactive online test and see where you score.
Using these 15 clues, see if you can figure out the answer to Albert Einstein’s famously tricky house riddle.
Less than 1 percent of people surveyed got a perfect score on this free online color perception test. Take it to see where you rank.
This puzzle should satisfy your urge to snoop for presents until the holidays arrive.
These Christmas-themed offices are harboring 10 differences and one adorable elf. Can you find them all?
In this Christmas hidden object brainteaser, Hungarian artist Dudolf has concealed a single sheep amid a flock of Santas.
To prepare yourself for the mess you’ll find after making ham, latkes, or figgy pudding, check out this holiday hidden-image puzzle.
You'll need some serious owl eyes to solve this hidden image brainteaser by Gergely “Dudolf” Dudás.
‘Jipper’ is hidden somewhere in this letter grid—and you’ll probably find some at Thanksgiving dinner, too.
Spotting jack-o’-lanterns lurking in a 2D haunted house is a lot less messy than carving pumpkins yourself.
Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás specializes in brain-teasing visual puzzles, and his Halloween offering is no exception.