Exploring dioramas is lovely in this spot-the-difference game – Rock Paper Shotgun

Im on vacation (holiday) next week, and Ill be loosening up in part by gazing at and spinning the cute wee 3D dioramas of Tiny Lands. Launched today, its a digital version of that timeless activity sheet puzzle: spotting the differences in between 2 near-identical scenes. With your screen divided down the middle, the two variations will spin and zoom and rotate in consistency while you check patterns on fish, scrutinise crowds of individuals, and count rocks.

Im on vacation (vacation) next week, and Ill be relaxing in part by looking at and spinning the cute wee 3D dioramas of Tiny Lands. Launched today, its a digital variation of that traditional activity sheet puzzle: identifying the differences between two near-identical scenes. With your screen split down the middle, the 2 variations will zoom and spin and rotate in consistency while you check patterns on fish, scrutinise crowds of individuals, and count rocks. Its cheap and its great, whichs enough for me.

While some spot-the-differences eliminate products (a cop-out, if you ask me), in Tiny Lands both scenes have the lot. Really got ta spin round and zoom in a reasonable bit to find all those differences.
Look, Ill not declare its a challenge deserving of the best minds of our generation, however Im dumb as hell today and tbh probably a great deal of you are too.
Thematically, it does remind me of the spot-the-difference books I had as a kid in the 80s, with stereotyped scenes from around the world then a few creepy and odd bits tossed in too. Sure, thats most likely more than Ill probably do before Im distracted by a bright colour or loud noise.
Tiny Lands is out now on Steam. A 10% launch discount brings it down to ₤ 4.67/ EUR5.12/$6.29 until Thursday the 28th. Its due to introduce on Nintendo Switch later on this year too.

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