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Can you find all the 3’s in less than 30 seconds?

How many 3’s can you see?

To solve them, you need to find different details in a picture, but it’s not so easy to find them, you must concentrate as much as you can.

Can you find all the 3’s in this picture puzzle?

Okay, here’s today’s challenge. Below we see a picture filled with 8’s.

But it’s not just 8’s. The image also contains a few 3’s.

The task is to find as many 3’s as possible in 30 seconds.

Here is the picture puzzle – you only have 30 seconds!

How many did you find?

Below the next image, you can see the answer.




Here’s the answer

Did you find four 3’s? Or five?

Then you didn’t find all of them, unfortunately. Here’s the right answer.

There are six 3’s – did you find them in under 30 seconds?

Congratulations to you in that case!

Most people will fail this test – can you find the number inside this image full of S’s?

Can you find the number that stands out?

Lately, a new type of challenge has been circulating online, it comprises finding a specific detail in an image.

It is often quite difficult and you must really focus to succeed.

But if you try your best it becomes easier to solve, and you get a boost in confidence from the achievement.

Find a number that sticks out. Can you?

Okay, here’s the challenge today.

Below you’ll see a picture containing lots of Ss, but somewhere inside the image, a number hides. Your challenge is to find that number.

Here is the picture – will you find an odd number?

Did you see at least one? It’s not easy, but it should be fine if you focus.

If you can’t make it, then the answer is below.




Here is the right answer

The solution comes in the picture below.

There, in the right corner, a 5 is hiding. It’s very much like an S, so it was certainly no walk in the park to find it.

Congratulations if you found the hidden 5!

Did you solve it on your own? Congratulations on that case!

How fast can you find the odd number?

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