Can you spot the difference at this romantic Valentine dinner for two.

By Derek Davis

10th Feb 2024 | Local Features

Can you spot the differences (Credit: Spades.co )
Can you spot the differences (Credit: Spades.co )

Love is in the air and many couples will be enjoying a romantic dinner for two on Wednesday.

Book yourself into the Red Lion at Chelmondiston and enjoy a seven-course couple's meal here...

Meanwhile, as Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce navigate their first Valentine's Day amidst busy schedules, their story captivates fans, symbolizing love's power to transcend the whirlwind of life's demands. This narrative of commitment and celebration, akin to a romantic blockbuster, sets the stage for the season of love. 

In this spirit, gaming experts at Spades.co have introduced a brand new 'Spot the Difference' game for Valentine's Day. This new game invites players to spot five subtle differences between two similar images.

Challenge yourself to spot the five differences between these scenes in under 35 seconds.

Solution tomorrow

Set against a backdrop of two romantic dinner scenes that are almost identical, this game invites players to hone their keen sight and identify five differences. 

All loved out? Share this game to see if someone can help solve it, or scroll down to reveal the answers.

For those stumped, solutions are readily available to reveal the differences that might have escaped notice, ensuring everyone can enjoy completing the game. 

Commenting on the brain teaser, a spokesperson for Spades.co said: "With the season of love upon us, many people will have love on their minds. This 'Spot the Difference' game offers a creative outlet to channel that pent-up energy or excitement."

"This game is the perfect way to keep the spirit of Valentine's Day alive, blending the thrill of discovery with the warmth of romantic celebration. It's a fast and relaxing way to test your observation skills and get inspired for the big day."

     

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