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CIA viral game: the Intelligence Agency wants you to find the 10 differences

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You will need to devote all your attention to discover where the changes in these two images that the US Central Intelligence Agency has posted on Twitter are.

There is nothing like a visual acuity test or a maddening math problem to get everyone’s attention. Surely during your childhood (also in adulthood, admit it), someone has asked you the question “Where’s Wally?” when trying to find the character in a striped dress in one of the classic books.

Let’s be honest, we love visual acuity tests, concentrating until we are able to see something that, ‘a priori’ seems complicated, but that causes us a feeling of superiority when we achieve our goal.

The new challenge that challenges your perception, although it may sound impressive, comes from the CIA. The Central Intelligence Agency of the United States has published a rather fun pastime on Twitter, whose goal is to find the 10 differences.

Have you found all of them? If not, the American intelligence agency itself gives you the solutions.

Of course, they themselves clarify that there may be more than 10. And indeed, some users have found up to 12 differences.

https://twitter.com/ShariOdell/status/1303392391626276864

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