People Are Having A Hard Time Spotting The Hidden Santa's Hat, Coffee Mug And Panda In Gergely Dudás' Puzzles: Can You Find Them?
Hidden pictures puzzles can be fun to try. The aim is usually simple. All you have to do is find something that has been strategically concealed among other stuff. In this case, your aim is to find Santa’s hat which is hidden somewhere in the photo below.
This interesting puzzle came courtesy of a talented man named Gergely Dudás.
Gergely, also referred to as Dudolf, has penned some books such as Bear’s Merry Book of Hidden Things and Bear’s Spooky Book of Hidden Things. He became quite popular for his hidden pictures cartoon called Where’s The Panda which went viral online.
He still continues to post puzzles on his blog and social media pages to interest children and adults alike.
This puzzle that we have for you is pretty straightforward but that doesn’t mean it will be simple to solve. You’re expected to find where Santa’s hat is hidden among the snowmen.
The Christmas-themed puzzle is made even more difficult by the fact that Santa’s hat is probably the same color as that of the snowmen so you’ll need a keen sense of observation to find it quickly.
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Just take a moment to think about what it looks like and then carefully scan the image until you spot it.
We hope you were able to spot this within minutes. But if you didn’t, don’t fret, we have a simple hint for you. Look to the top right part of the picture, right in front of the snowman with the Christmas box. We bet you’ll see Santa’s hat in a matter of seconds.
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If you had fun with this, you may want to try some other Gergely Dudás winter-themed puzzles. Can you find the panda here?
And spot the mug of chocolate hidden in this one.
We bet you had a fantastic time with these. And here’s the good news, tasks like this are super easy to share both online and offline. So be sure to spread the Christmas joy around, entertain the kids and challenge yourselves with these interesting brainteasers.