As explorers are forced to halt their travel plans because of the ongoing global health pandemic, a tricky new brainteaser is sparking nostalgia for sunny beach days.
Created by British airline Jet2, players are challenged to spot skis hiding among a sandy shoreline filled with red and white deckchairs.
According to the illustrators, the tricky puzzle has stumped many and no one has been able to find the hidden items in less than 28 seconds.
As people eagerly anticipate their next escape – could you be the fastest to solve the holiday themed brainteaser?
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Jet2 has stumped the internet with a tricky brainteaser (pictured), challenging players to spot the skis hidden among the deckchairs
While most people are familiar with skis, trying to find the essential snow slope accessories can be a battle – with similar looking items surrounding them.
If you’re struggling to find the hidden skis, try looking towards the crowd of deckchairs in the bottom left of the graphic.
Jet2 who specialise in low-cost travel, designed the brainteaser to keep people entertained, while awaiting their next getaway.
The 3rd largest registered airline in the UK, Jet2 operates to top ski destinations giving direct access to over 600 of the best ski resorts in Europe.
Circled towards the bottom left of the graphic are the skis hidden among red and white striped deckchairs
Elsewhere, a working from home-themed brainteaser has left players scratching their heads with even the most eagle-eyed puzzlers stumped.
The seek-and-find puzzle challenges you to find the single table tennis bat hidden on an incredibly messy desk.
The puzzle, designed by UK-based games room designer Liberty Games, is made all the more difficult thanks to the mixture of shadows and colour.
The designers have revealed the current record stands at an impressive 8.5 seconds – but have you got what it takes to do any better?
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This seek-and-find puzzle (pictured) challenges you to find the single table tennis bat hidden among a messy desk
Liberty Games, found at www.libertygames.co.uk, also surveyed people in the UK and found that 19 per cent of Brits are happier and less stressed at work when they take time to play games.
It comes as the UK remains on a three-week lock-down, with the British government asking people to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re looking for a clue, try casting your eye over the left hand side of the image.
Or if you’re really struggling, you can find the answer below, circled in red.
Have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re struggling, you can find the answer above, circled in red
It comes after a new alcohol-themed brainteaser has left even the most eagle-eyed of puzzlers stumped – so you better not have your beer goggles on!
The tricky graphic, created by Simply Hops and the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), challenges the nation to spot the beer glass hidden among the hops.
But with a black background featuring hundreds of intricately detailed green hops, it may be more difficult to solve than you think, so try not to get too distracted!
The designers have revealed the current record stands at an impressive 15 seconds – but have you got what it takes to do any better?
A tricky graphic, created by Simply Hops and the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), challenges the nation to spot the beer glass hidden among the hops (pictured)
Following the closure of all pubs, bars and restaurants, the brainteaser has been created to celebrate the launch of new website BeerisHere – which aims to help save thousands of small independent breweries, taprooms, bottle shops and retailers across the UK and Europe affected by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, with more people now working from home and social distancing, SimplyHops is also encouraging people to join a virtual social hangout organised by their local breweries at 5pm every Friday.
So, have you managed to find the sought-after object in the graphic? If you’re struggling, you can find the answer below, circled in red.
For those who give up, the answer can be found towards the left-hand side of the image, circled in red