5 Spots is an electronic variant of the well-known newspaper activity. The goal is to notice five differences between the two given similar pictures. The unusual feature is that all the pictures have more than five differences available, but only five are given at a time. So even if you encounter the same picture at another gaming session there is a very slim chance that you will see the same differences you remember.
The game imposes a time limit on a player. The more time left before player spots all the five differences, the bigger the score he receives. The scores are kept in the usual form of a high score table. If an internet connection is available, the game will show the records of the most successful players all around the world.
St. Martyne (3649) added 5 Spots (Windows) on Jul 16, 2007
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NASA, US Fish and Wildlife Service National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce [USA], Pablo Vietto (Private Picture), Miguel Angel Tartaj (Private Pictures), Nacho Vivalta (Private Pictures), Matthew Lee (Private Pictures), and other copyright-free photos from the Internet