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Friday Fun: Moonlight Differences

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Your work week is almost over so why not indulge in a bit of picture puzzle fun while waiting for the day to finish out? In this week’s game your goal is to spot the differences between panels as you follow the adventure of a young man who meets someone special one moonlit night in the woods. Ready to see how the story turns out?

Moonlight Differences

The object of the game is to find a certain number of differences between two similar panels for each stage of the chosen level (there are three levels of difficulty available). Different levels will have lower or higher numbers of differences that must be found.

Note: It is very possible to find more differences between panels than required (i.e. finding ten differences when only eight are required).

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When you first play the game you will only have access to two of the three difficulty levels available. You will need to complete the Normal Level first before you can gain access to the Hard Level.

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Here is the first set of panels showing a young man in the woods at night.

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The second set of panels show his unexpected discovery of a magical young woman standing on the water of a small lake.

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She reaches out to him in friendship instead of suddenly disappearing.

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Ready to find the next batch of differences and see how their new friendship turns out?

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If you decide to try the Hard Level, then be warned ahead of time that you will work for it since it uses a whole new set of subtle differences compared to the other levels. Good luck and have fun on whichever level you choose to play!

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Play the Game

Moonlight Differences

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 09/9/11

Comments (1)

  1. Danny

    If you’re able to cross your eyes, spot the difference is really easy.
    The images overlap and anywhere there’s a difference flickers in your sight.
    You can pick them all off in seconds.

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