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    Master Your Right Brain In QuickSpot As The Spot The Difference Game Has Launched On Nintendo Switch

    Leading video game publisher and developer BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. has announced that QuickSpot, the spot the difference puzzle game, is now available on the Nintendo Switch. QuickSpot stimulates the brain and trains the eyes with fun games where players try to find mistakes, fit puzzle pieces, and uncover hidden objects in a gallery of creative images. Coming to the Switch for the first time with newly added game types, an all-new Party Mode, and a variety of new illustrations, QuickSpot lets players enjoy fast pickup-and-play games alone or gather friends to compete for bragging rights.

    QuickSpot offers 20 different games with more than 10,000 questions and puzzles designed to stimulate the right brain, the center of creativity. The game features hundreds of fun and quirky illustrations, including nods to some of the most popular BANDAI NAMCO games. Players can test their mettle alone or with friends in a variety of modes. In Quick Mode, players participate in ten-second speed rounds that push their intuition and concentration to the limits. Endless mode offers training and brain refreshing exercises with a relaxed-pace version of the game’s puzzles with no time limit. In Party Mode, up to four players can compete to see who can score the most points.

    “QuickSpot is fun and affordable ‘edutainment’ at its best on the Nintendo Switch, a great console for this kind of game. One of the best parts of QuickSpot is the replay value, with gameplay and variety that’s a joy to return to, and a rewarding scoring system that keeps players striving to get better.”
    Zanda Ra – Associate Brand Manager at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
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