Friday Fun: Isis

By Akemi Iwaya on November 5th, 2010

Everyone’s favorite day of the week has finally returned, so sit back and get ready for some more Friday Fun! Today your powers of observation will be tested as you search for differences between images on your journey with Isis.

Note: Today’s game is based on the supernatural thriller book “Isis” by Douglas Clegg.


The game uses artwork from the book Isis and you will need to find seven differences between the two images in each round. Some of the differences are easy to find but others are very subtle!

Note: You may or may not wish to disable the music while playing.


To give you a good feel for the game we have included a screenshot with differences marked for each of the rounds. While this will be helpful when you play, you will most certainly encounter some differences not shown here.

The start of your journey with Isis in her quest. Notice that you can click for hints at the bottom of the game window. Each time you click for a different “size” of hint the meter will need to recharge again…the bigger the hint, the more recharging that is required.


The Laughing Maiden Stone…


The swing on the hill. This is one of the panels with some rather subtle differences such as small tree limbs and the “cloud shadow”.


He who watches from the windows.


In the tombs…


Beware the skeleton warriors!


Hang on!


More discoveries…


“Sensing” her way along.


What is that in the sky?


There he is!


The final step.


After finishing you can play again to look for more differences, submit your score, and/or learn more about the book.


Play Isis

Bonus Content

If you enjoyed the game and artwork, there is a set of wallpapers (and avatars) available for download.


Download Isis Wallpapers and Avatars

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/5/10
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