Cartoonist Dudolf challenges you to find the mug of hot chocolate
The artist behind some of the internet’s most beloved visual puzzles has shared a brand new puzzle that is sure to leave people scratching their heads.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, took to his popular facebook page this week to mark the New Years period with a new quiz.
Dudolf, who has 300,000 likes and followers collectively, shared a drawing of a sea of ââpenguins moving through the ice.
Among the field of colored eggs is a single bird holding a mug of hot chocolate – but can you spot it? The answer is in the second photo from the top … but no cheating!
Scroll down for the solution
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, visited his Facebook page this week to mark the New Years period with a new quiz – can you find the cup of hot chocolate?
The photo shows dozens of penguins enjoying a snowy day, with many colorful hats and checkered scarves.
Elsewhere, one is building a snowman, while some are swimming and another is fishing.
However, only one lucky creature is holding a hot drink – focus on the lower right corner and you might spot it.
No chance? Keep scrolling to reveal the answer below.
The answer is visible in the white square box in the lower right corner where a lucky penguin can be seen sipping a drink
The artist is adept at seasonal puzzles and shared a puzzle last September to mark the end of summer.
Side-by-side images show animals enjoying ice cream in a park, but with seven subtle differences between the designs.
The original image seen on the left shows two bears handing out ice cream at a stall, as a deer plays soccer with a rabbit and a hedgehog has a snack.
Meanwhile, two baby penguins play on a mat while a turtle wears sunglasses on its shell as the animals enjoy a sunny day.
The hand-drawn image even shows a few of the animals teasing the followers, holding up a sign saying, âCan you find seven differences?â.
However, in the image to the right, seven subtle adjustments have been made, visible only to eagle eyes and revealed in the image below.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, took to his popular Facebook page to mark the end of summer with a new quiz last September.
And subscribers quickly flocked to the post to share their reaction to the smart puzzle, which stacked 500 likes and 200 shares and comments.
Praising the quiz, one wrote, âIt’s so satisfying to find them all on your own!â. and another added: ‘Love this!’.
“I took a little … I found them!” One said, while another added: ‘the colors always spoil me’.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas then shared a link to a page featuring the image with the seven differences highlighted
Sharing his odd method, one follower wrote: âOh damn! I didn’t expect this to work, but by crossing your eyes fairly regularly you can overlay both images and get it faster.
Gergely previously shared a similar puzzle to mark International Tiger Day, challenging followers to find the odd one out.
“Which tiger doesn’t have a pair?” He asked, downloading the snap which quickly garnered over 500 likes.
Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas took to his popular Facebook page last July to challenge followers to find the strange tiger in the illustrated quiz.
And while some have managed to solve the problem, others have stumbled upon the first stumbling block in struggling to understand the task.
One of them joked, âA pair of what? Maybe I just need more coffee, but I don’t understand.
And another explained, âHe should have said which tiger doesn’t have a twin. I finally understood.
Dudolf, who has 300,000 likes and followers collectively, shared a photo of 20 tigers with various brands, before highlighting the correct answer (see)
Giving a further clue, one of them wrote: “You have to match them in pairs like the old-fashioned match game”, to which one of them replied: “I think it is. based on stripes on the head “.
Another added: “I don’t know if I’m supposed to be happy that I found this one, or sad that he doesn’t have a partner!”
Dudas first became an online sensation after his deceptively tricky find-and-seek puzzle featuring a panda hidden among a group of snowmen swept the internet in December 2015.
It now produces puzzles for most major holidays – and thrills followers by posting random edits throughout the year.