The Sharp Eye

Today I’ve been looking at some printing proofs. Sometimes the paper samples look so similar and the differences so minuscule that any normal person would not notice a difference. Although, I bet some of you super sleuths have a trained eye for finding differences! This is an important detective skill to have and practice. For one moment you have an opportunity to view a room, but when you turn your back, something is different! Think you are good at these kind of puzzles? Try playing Difference Detective in the game The Haunting of Castle Malloy. Here is one half of a picture:New Monday download: There is a new desktop wallpaper for you to download from The Haunted Carousel. Check out “Carousel Horses” now in the downloads section.

Also, Robert has a new post up featuring Treasure in the Royal Tower! Read it now for more behind-the-scenes tidbits from the making of this beautiful game.

Sounds like the weekend puzzle was solved in a flash! First off, decipher it using [Morse code]. Then read it like this: [beginning in the center, go up one block and start reading clock-wise]. If you read it this way, it will say [Play some midway arcade games]. A reference to [The Haunted Carousel]. Bravo sleuths!

~Little Jackalope~

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3 responses to “The Sharp Eye”

  1. Anonymous says:

    What is the solution a reference to?For some reason the solution and what it’s refering to seem to be omitted and replaced with brackets.Is that intentional?

  2. Take your mouse and highlight the bracket areas. You can read the spoiler code then. 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you! 🙂

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