Find Differences: Detective

Detective needs you to solve some difficult cases. You’ll be drawn into the plot of multiple investigations, each with its own unique fugitive to catch, challenges, and surprises.

Where players must find a set number of differences between two otherwise similar images.

FEATURES
● Find 5 clues in a limited time!
● 20 cases to be resolved and continuous update!
● 200 levels and 1000+ differences!
● Use the hint option to provide a clue!
● Full Color images!
● Free to play!

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The Red Tea Detox
A Drunken Water Bottle
A Drunken Water Bottle
17 November 2018

wut

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
5 star

After Mr. T predicted pain in Rocky III, the studio had to hire a Mr. T look-alike to walk around the set as a safety precaution, because Chuck Norris would be the first to say be careful what you wish for.

Robert Kennedy
Robert Kennedy
5 star

Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.

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