Christmas is right around the corner and we hope you have your gifts wrapped in boxes to be mailed to your family and friends. If not, Rudolph can help. But for that, you'll have to find him first.
Christmas remains a mystery only for kids because adults soon get cynical about things. We don't allow ourselves to be surprised anymore. We forget to feel gratitude for the miracles in our lives. We keep ignoring the tiny ways things just line up and work out when they do. But if you still like mysteries and puzzles, this optical illusion is just right for you.
It's a dash of Christmas cheer mixed with an element of mystery and a hint of intrigue. These visual puzzles will keep you sharp for when you have to take a guess about who your secret Santa is. And, it will remind you that Christmas is right around the corner. Look for Rudolph among the other reindeers in the images below. Just a reminder, Rudolph, the famed helper of Santa, is the one with the red nose. He is hidden in plain sight and should be easy to find if you look closely.
Were you able to solve it easily? This wasn't so hard, was it? This is only to warm you up. The real challenge starts now.
Focus on this image to find the red-nosed reindeer. He's not that hard to spot.
Were you able to find it out? Did it seem a little harder? Or, was it too easy for you? Worry not, there's more where that came from.
Rudolph knows how to hide well. How long did it take you to spot the red-nosed reindeer?
Keep your eyes open and you shall find the reindeer.
The challenge is getting harder now, isn't it?
Wasn't that a lot of fun? If you are wondering if you got it right, the answers can be found below.
You probably loved solving puzzles when you were a kid, but no more. Getting older doesn't mean that we leave the best parts of our childhood out. It's not too late to dig out that part of our life from a dusty old box and wipe it clean. The pandemic might have kept you locked indoors but don't lock your mind away, especially the fun part of it.
Puzzles keep us sharp as they make us use our cognitive skills like critical thinking, memory, and visual and spatial memory. Also, don't forget to add a dash of humor and fun to your daily lives. That's what keeps us young and running, after all.