In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee online retailer Chums have released a new brain teaser inspired by Where’s Wally?
This puzzle showcases a number of significant characters and moments from the Queen’s time on the throne, with one of the Queen’s beloved corgi’s, Lissy, tucked hidden away somewhere throughout the patriotic scene.
Figures which make up the scene, including Princess Diana, Boris Johnson, Mr Bean and there’s references to the different countries that currently make up the Commonwealth.
Chums has revealed that this brain teaser will take the average person more than two minutes to complete.
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Online retailer Chums has created a special ‘Where’s Wally’ inspired print to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Mixed within the 57 British references is Her Majesty’s lost corgi, Lissy
As well as finding the missing corgi, readers can challenge themselves to find every reference to the Queen’s 70 years of service within the image.
Chums has included 57 British references within the picture, some are James Bond, Pimm’s, Marmite, David Attenborough, Maggie Smith and various news articles.
If you’re struggling try looking behind Marcus Rashford.
Did you spot Lissy? If you’re struggling try looking behind Marcus Rashford. This brainteaser will take the average person over two minutes to find the sweet little Corgi
Similar to this print, where puzzlers are challenged to find a crown hiding within a regal Elizabeth Ockford and French Bedroom print.
Luxury bedroom specialist French Bedroom has partnered with Sussex-based print designer Elizabeth Ockford to hide a crown in the brand new Windsor Royalcore Wallpaper.
Nestled within a floral print which contains roses, lilies and cornflowers as well as ornate scrolls, the crown is evading the eyes of Brits.
Taking the average person 4 minutes 39 seconds to find, how will you fare?
Celebrating the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, luxury bedroom specialist French Bedroom as partnered with Elizabeth Ockford to create a royal challenge
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Recently launched, the limited edition wallpaper is inspired by regencycore interiors that have been prominent in recent art and culture such as Bridgerton and The Crown.
Georgia Metcalfe, founder of French Bedroom commented: ‘To celebrate the significant reign of her majesty The Queen, our wallpaper depicts a beautiful floral pattern in a royal style.’
If you’re struggling try looking at the flowers’ leaves and stems.
Did you find the crown within 5 minutes? The recently launched limited edition wallpaper is inspired by regencycore interiors that have been prominent in recent art and culture such as Bridgerton
Can you sea the turtle? You’ll need your awareness about you for this under-the-water seek-and-find challenge.
Sustainable merch platform Teemill has put together this poignant puzzle to highlight the fashion industry’s responsibility for 20 per cent of industrial water pollution.
You might be able to spot the turtle now but at the current rate of decline, sea creatures like the critically endangered Eastern Pacific leatherback turtle will vanish within 60 years.
The time to beat is 31 seconds.
Highlighting the fashion industry’s responsibility for 20% of industrial water pollution, sustainable merch platform Teemill has put together this poignant puzzle
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As well as the usual sea life suspects, you’ll notice plastic bottles, bags and cutlery scattered across the image.
That’s because washing clothes releases the equivalent of 50 billion plastic bottles of microplastics every year, with each tiny fibre small enough to be absorbed by plankton and go upwards into our food chains.
If you’re struggling try looking behind the Jellyfish’s’ tentacles.
Did you spot the turtle? You might be able to spot the turtle now but at the current rate of decline, sea creatures like the critically endangered Eastern Pacific leatherback turtle will vanish within 60 years
Sharp observation skills are also essential when you’re driving, but you’ll also need them to solve this tricky brainteaser.
A seek-and-find challenge from car finance platform CarFinance 247 is asking puzzlers to spot the car that’s not using indicators.
To make this tough for even the most eagled-eyed problem solvers, there are a total of six lanes, three going North and three going South.
Car finance platform CarFinance 247 has shared a new puzzle to test your observation skills and knowledge of the highway code. This seek-and-find challenge will take your for spin as it teaches you the perils of lazy driving – drivers slipping into bad habits of not using their indicators
The cars are different sizes, some five-door, others three, and a variety of colours.
Try not to be distracted by the lines on the road or the other details designed to throw you off. You’re looking for the car that has a yellow light flashing.
If you need a clue then try looking at the cars pointing left.
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Did you manage to spot the dangerous driver? Let’s hope he’s in the slow lane and no one has to react quickly to him. But it’s still no excuse for being lazy with indicators
Another tricky seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to spot four corn husks hidden among the pineapple.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf shared a super sweet brainteaser on his website, where he keeps followers updated with his latest creations.
Dudolf hasn’t made this seek-and-find puzzle easy, with the corn and pineapples in the same yellow with a similar pattern.
The only distinguishing feature is the spiky green pineapple leaves. Do you have what it takes to find the four hidden corn husks?
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf has shared a super sweet brainteaser asking you to find four corn husks hidden among the pineapples
This is a tricky one for even the most eagled eyed of problem solvers.
To make it even more challenging Dudolf’s pineapples are all different shapes and sizes.
There are also a number of adorable mice scurrying in the scene to distract the eye.
If you are struggling try looking for smaller crosses and points without leaves overlapping pineapples.
Still can’t find them? Scroll down for the answer.
Did you find all four corns? They can be found poking out in front of the corns, nowhere near the hungry mice, so don’t be fooled
It comes after another playful brainteaser celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Queen’s Corgis are almost as recognisable as the the monarch herself, having owned more than 30 dogs throughout her life.
To mark the occasion, online casino Casumo has created a rather royal puzzle to see if you can spot the her Majesty’s favourite dog breed.
The royal, 96, Majesty currently owns two Corgis, Fergus and Muick, a Dorgi named Candy; and most recently added a cocker spaniel named Lissy to her parade ofpets.
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To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on June 2, Casumo has created a rather Royal puzzle to see if you can spot the Queen’s favourite dog breed
She is also know for her unusual and quirky choice in dog names such as ‘Disco’ and ‘Bisto Oxo’ over the years.
To commemorate the Queen’s love for corgis, this puzzle will put your observation skills to the test to see if you can find the royal favourite.
The corgi is hiding in the collage of other dogs with coats of a similar colour, making him extra tricky to spot.
His cute face can be found by searching among beagles, Pomeranians, King Charles spaniels and other canines.
The average person takes three minutes to find it. How long will it take you?
If you’re in need of a clue, try taking a look on the right-hand side.
Did you spot the pup? The Corgi can be spotted circled in green in the middle right hand side
Another floral puzzle aims to challenge your brain power and stop to smell the roses, but the blooms in this illustration might cause you more frustration than delight.
Hopes Grove Nurseries, based in Tenterden, have challenged puzzlers to spot the butterfly among the peonies in a garden-themed brainteaser designed to put observation skills to the test.
According to the creators the seek-and-find puzzle takes an average of 15-seconds to solve.
But with painstakingly drawn flowers and similar colours throughout – how quick can you spot the butterfly?
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UK-based company Hopes Grove Nurseries, have challenged the nation to spot the butterfly among the peonies in a garden-themed brainteaser (pictured)
Even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers have struggled to find the butterfly due to it’s colour and size.
If you’re in need of a clue, try taking a closer look at the shape of the flowers in the top third of the illustration.
Morris Hankinson, Director of Hopes Grove Nurseries, said: ‘This brainteaser has been created as a fun way to celebrate National Gardening Week – a week dedicated to raising awareness of the difference that gardens and gardening can make to people in the UK.
‘The record to find the butterfly is 15 seconds – if you can beat that well done.’
Scroll down to find the answer to the brainteaser, which is the latest in a series of challenges baffling the internet.
The butterfly can be spotted circled in the top third of the image surrounded by pink flowers
Another glitzy dance-themed brainteaser promises to put your observation skills to the test.
The seek-and-find puzzle, from international online dance company Bloch, challenges players to find the hidden trumpet hidden in the showbiz scene.
There are dancers and musicians in the scene created to celebrate International Dance Day… but can you find the trumpet in less than a minute?
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The seek-and-find puzzle, from international online dance company Bloch, challenges players to find the hidden trumpet hidden in the showbiz scene
To make things a bit trickier, the scene is crammed full of dancers and musicians. But its the trumpet you need to watch out for.
Try not to get distracted by the bright lights of the glitzy scene.
Found it yet? Look closely at the bottom right hand side of the scene.
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Here it is! The trumpet is nestled in the bottom right hand corner of the picture next to a musical note
It comes after from UK-based online experience day provider buyagift.co.uk created a seek-and-find puzzle to challenge players to spot the birthday present box hidden in the vibrant scene.
There are icons of experiences including spa days, glamping and helicopter rides in the scene… but can you find the present box in less than 51 seconds?
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online experience day provider buyagift.co.uk. challenges players to spot the birthday present box hidden in the vibrant scene
To make things trickier, there are numerous other things to watch out for, such as indoor skydiving and afternoon tea. But its the birthday present you need to look for.
If you’re still stuck, look closely, the icons are bold and bright and might distract the eye.
Need a hint? Try looking on the left-hand side of the image for the present box.
Still struggling? Then scroll down for the answer.
There it is! In between the helicopter and supercar experience
It comes after UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk challenged players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies.
There are clocks, staplers and notebooks… but can you find the only coffee cup?
You’ll need to look carefully as there are a number of reusable and takeaway coffee cups added to the mix. But it’s the traditional mug that you need to keep an eye out for.
The seek-and-find puzzle, from UK-based online printing company instantprint.co.uk, challenges players to find the single coffee cup hidden in the office supplies
The bright colours and patterns will distract the eye – so you’ll have to work extra hard to stay on track.
Need a hint? Try looking in the top half of the image for a white cup.
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It’s there! Right by the calendar and pile of mail to answer
It comes after Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, shared one of his classic brainteasers to Facebook, challenging players to find the snake among the tortoises.
The adorable animals are all standing in a forest glade full of trees and ferns.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf , shared one of his classic brainteasers to Facebook, challenging players to find the snake among the tortoises
But somewhere in the idyllic scene there is also a single smiling snake.
To make things even trickier, Dudolf has drawn the tortoises so their long necks look snakelike, making it difficult to tell the animals apart.
Still struggling to see it? Look on the left side of the image and pay close attention.
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The snake is slithering alongside the tortoises on the left side of the image
It comes after Dudolf created a loved-up seek-and-find puzzle in honour of Valentine’s Day.
The illustration shows loved-up animals embracing in a field of pink flowers.
But somewhere in this vibrant image there is a single pink love heart. Do you have what it takes to find it?
All loved up! Can you find the single pink heart in this Valentine’s Day themed puzzle?
In his typical fashion, Dudolf has made things trickier by adding plenty of little details that are designed to distract the eye.
The canoodling owls, for example, have a single pink flower between them. Elsewhere a grey cat falls in love with his own reflection.
If you’re struggling to find the heart then try looking on the left-hand side of the image, near the owls and kissing bears.
Still not having any luck? Then scroll down to check your answer.
There it is! The tiny pink heart is tucked between some flowers, just above the canoodling owls
It comes after players were challenged to find the only love-heart shaped balloon in a busy Valentine’s Day scene.
The baffling seek-and-find puzzle was created by British retailers 247 Blinds to celebrate the romantic holiday ahead of February 14.
So, do you think you’ll be able to find the hidden balloon ? Give it a try and put your observational skills to the test.
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A tricky brainteaser is challenging players to find the only love-heart shaped balloon in a busy Valentine’s Day scene (pictured)
There are many hearts, Cupid’s arrows and roses throughout the print, but hidden within the drawings is a love-heart-shaped balloon.
If you’re struggling to find the balloon, turn your attention to the middle section of the right hand side of the Valentine’s Day scene.
If you still haven’t spotted the pesky object, scroll down to find the answer.
There are many hearts, Cupid’s arrows and roses throughout the print, but hidden within the drawings is a love-heart-shaped balloon (circled above)
If you want some more, try your hand at these tricky brainteasers below.
Designers have hidden a single open umbrella in this crowded street scene which is sure to leave you baffled.
The extremely tough seek-and-find puzzle was created by hotel chain Premier Inn following a recent poll revealed that brollies are one of the nation’s most lost items.
There are many people featured in the crowded design, but only one of them is keeping dry under an umbrella.
So, do you think you’ll be able to find it or will you be left scratching your head? Give it a try and put your observational skills to the test.
Hidden in the crowded street scene is a person holding an umbrella – but it’s incredibly difficult to spot
The hotel chain commissioned the brain teaser after research found umbrellas are one of the nation’s most lost items: 10 per cent of Brits will lose or break 10 or more umbrellas in their lifetime.
Almost a fifth of those polled (18 per cent) said they had broken or lost an umbrella after just one outing.
The survey of 2,000 UK adults also showed 28 per cent have turned up to an important work meeting soaking wet as they didn’t have a brolly. And despite almost a fifth of Brits owning three umbrellas, one in 10 have spent up to £50 on replacements.
So, have you been able to spot the hidden brolly? If you’re still struggling scroll down for the answer.
So, have you been able to spot the hidden brolly? If you’re still struggling take a look at the top left-hand corner of the scene