With a never-ending stream of optical illusions sweeping the web, the mind-bending puzzles only seem to get stranger as time goes on.
And the latest, a puzzle from Playbuzz, challenges players to find three ladybirds and three babies’ faces inexplicably hidden among a pile of coffee beans.
It may seem easy at first that the ladybirds are easy enough to find, but there are still three babies cleverly concealed among the hundreds of beans, leaving internet users scratching their heads. So can you spot them?
Have you managed to find them all?
If not, here’s a clue. The ladybirds are slightly easier to spot as their black heads make them stand out among a sea of brown-coloured coffee beans.
They are all hidden towards the top of the pile, whereas the babies are scattered randomly among the coffee beans.
When you spot them, you may just wonder how you ever missed them in the first place.
Earlier this week, a vintage brainteaser which resurfaced online challenged players to spot the sixth raven in the Tower of London.
Legend has it that six ravens must guard the Tower of London at all times or the monarchy will fall – and now puzzle fans must try and spot the missing bird.
Shared by Playbuzz, the old fashioned illustration features a Beefeater and two soldiers, but at a glance the raven seems nowhere in sight.
The bird probes especially difficult to spot as the busy scene provides plenty of hiding places for the pesky raven.
However those with a keen eye should be able to spot the large bird hidden in the trouser of the Beefeater.
So did you find him without cheating?
Earlier this week netizens were left puzzling over a sunny seaside image concealing four hidden animals.
The puzzle, from Playbuzz, is just the latest in a long line of optical illusions sweeping the web.
The latest asks you to try and find the fox, bat, antelope and flamingo concealed in the picture – and the makers say that only the overly analytical will be able to.
If you are having trouble spotting the four animals then look closely at the rocks.
Three of them are hidden on the right hand side, whereas the flamingo, which people thought was the trickiest to find, can be spotted in the bottom left corner.
Other users took to Playbuzz to claim that there are in fact five animals and that there is a dog somewhere in the picture.
How many did you manage to find?
This seaside puzzler is just the latest in a long line of optical illusions sweeping the internet.
Last week, a mind-boggling sheep puzzle went viral. Counting sheep is supposedly an ideal way to fall asleep, but this field of woolly creatures is bound to do the exact opposite.
A new Where’s Wally? style puzzle challenges you to find the one sheep in the flock that’s drifted off for a snooze.
And the puzzle created by Drift Sleep has an added challenge as there’s a sheep dog watching over them for you to spot also.
While graphic brainteasers have proven popular online, it seems web users can’t get enough of vintage puzzles either.
The latest to wind-up the web is a retro advert that tasks players with spotting two babies hidden in the scene.
In the poster for Dr Seth Arnold’s Balsam, a group of girls appear distressed as they try to find the lost infants.
The puzzle, shared by Playbuzz, proves exceptionally difficult as it is entirely black and white, making it even tougher to spot anything amiss in the scene.
However, those with a keen eye should be able to spot one of the children to the dog’s right and another hidden in the apron of the weeping girl.
Did you spot them without cheating?
In another recent retro challenge shared by Playbuzz, players are tasked with seeking out a policeman in an old-fashioned advert.
In the illustration, three young boys can be seen trying to take a short cut through a neighbour’s back garden – but little do they know there is a policeman close by, and he’s watching their every move.
At a glance you would be forgiven for struggling to spot the officer in the drawing as his outline blends so well with the background.
But if you flip the image upside down his face can be spotted in reverse in the branches of the tree.
According to Playbuzz, only true workaholics will be able to spot what’s amiss on the old-fashioned desk below.
It might not bear much resemblance to your own desk, with its retro telephone and pen stand in place of a computer, but can you spot the one thing that’s wrong with this picture?
The desk is filled with paperwork, books and a calendar. Take a second look at that calendar and see if you can spot something amiss.
The date is, in fact, wrong, as June 31 does not exist – there are only 30 days in June.
If you managed to spot it before the reveal then you are a true workaholic and are working way too much overtime, according to the puzzle’s makers.
Another vintage puzzle to resurface this week asks the internet to seek out the missing kitten in the illustration.
Originally an advert for Dr. Seth Arnold’s Balsam used to ‘Cure Bowel Complaints’ the tricky puzzle had been shared by Playbuzz leaving the web scratching its head.
In the drawing two women sit at a table and while one of their cats is in plane view the other appears to have disappeared.
However, those with excellent vision should be able to spot the pesky pet hiding in the bonnet of the woman on the left.
This isn’t the first retro puzzle to re-emerge with a mind-boggling brainteaser infuriating the web over the weekend.
The illustration, shared by Playbuzz, asked men and women to spot the soldier’s four missing friends.
‘Can you spot where they be hidden?,’ it asks. ‘Solving this riddle will drive you insane! We are not kidding!’.
The website claims that only one per cent of the population can see the concealed soldiers, so can you see all four?
The site claims that its optical illusion will quite literally have you standing on your head to solve it – if you don’t go mad trying.
You will need to flip your head to see all four soldiers – one of whom is on the man’s sleeve, one is on a top rock, another is on the bottom rock and the final one is hiding in the tree.
The latest optical illusion comes after a similar one swept the web last week. It showed five young soldiers playing hide and seek in this puzzle, but one of them was better than his friends at disappearing from view.
It challenged you to try and find where the fifth member of the group is lurking in the vintage illustration.
The website claims that 95 per cent of people can’t find him – are you among the five per cent who can?
If you can’t manage to spot him then you aren’t alone, but you might find flipping the image upside down makes things a little easier.
Even then, 49 per cent said that they weren’t able to find him, and had to look at the reveal for it to all become clear.
When looking at the picture upside down, the boy is in fact right above the other soldiers and can be spotted nestling in between the trees.
It’s one of a stream of similar optical illusions that have had people scratching their heads in recent weeks.
It might look as though there are only three boys in the photo below, but there are in fact seven – and the hidden friends are all enjoying a crafty cigarette.
Another hidden image puzzle, posted by Playbuzz, has managed to frustrate a lot of people.
A poll of puzzle fans confirmed that 70 per cent of people had to give up and look at the reveal in order to find the hidden figures.
If you’re struggling to find the extra characters in the vintage illustration, you might want to try flipping it upside down.
This will make the smokers more obvious and might just enable you to find them.
But don’t be worried if you’re still left battled as they are especially tricky to spot.