Errors of Reflection


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elleelle_errorsofreflection_image1.pngThe eyes can be fooled and the mirror is deceiving, which is why finding the Errors of Reflection can be both challenging and gratifying. Scan each scene in this short but thoroughly interesting spot-the-difference game by FlashRomance, seeking the sometimes obvious and other times minute incongruities between the mirrored images, then set them right with a quick click.

The gameplay here is similar to 4 Differences and other games of the genre. Errors of Reflection presents an aesthetically diverse array of inner city settings with atmospheric sound effects, music and animations to add deeper dimensions to your exploratory fun. There's a varied number of differences to find in each round which are counted off in the center button. Press the button to reveal control icons; if you get stuck, clicking "?" will provide the solution. It's too bad it ends too soon, because the Keke's quote at the start promises a lot of possibility that is only tapped lightly. Still, poking around both sides of the looking glass might inspire you to reflect playfully on the world around you—the beauty is in the details.

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Cool, now I can't cheat by just crossing my eyes. However, although I got almost all of them, some of the differences were kind of tiny. Also, "innercity" isn't a word.

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I don't like the fact that the left side doesn't have antialiasing. It's hard enough to find the differences :P

I love the music!

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I liked this and I'm not usually a fan of spot-the-difference. I wished the hint button was a little more obvious, but otherwise, a good game. I like how some of the scene also moved/blinked/whatever too, it added to the difficulty and atmosphere.

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Nice diversion from the usual spot-the-difference games, making the use of the cross-eye technique Reibear mentioned useless :)

My only real complaint is the "water droplet" effect around the cirsor arrows' points - that makes the areas even harder to study for fine details...

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I like the reversal aspect. I'm still getting used to it ...

I wish the hint button would only highlight the area, not completely solve it. I like to see what I missed.

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JIG: I dunno if this is a glitch on my side ... several recent point-and-click games are in the tag but are not in the category under Free Online Games.

[If a game is not hosted on JIG, then it's not in our Free Online Games portal. We continue to expand our hosted games coverage every day, but some games just cannot be hosted for one reason or another. That doesn't prevent us from publishing a review for those games anyways since we aim to cover all the best games we can find regardless of whether we can host them. -Jay]

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