Blind Spot

by Novel Games Limited

A memory-testing game where players identify vanished objects' original positions.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Novel Games Limited

Release : Blind Spot 1.2.2

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'Blind Spot' software is a computer game that challenges players' memory and attention. It's a visual memorization game where the player needs to remember the location of different objects briefly displayed on the screen before they vanish. The aim of the game is to click on the original location of the objects to reveal them.

Each level of the game features a number of objects that appear for a few seconds before disappearing. The player then has to use their memory to click on the original positions of these objects to reveal them. The closer the player clicks to the center of the objects, the higher their score.

  • Ability to display multiple objects at once
  • Varying object sizes to increase difficulty
  • A scoring system based on the accuracy of location
  • A penalty of 1000 points for failing to locate the objects

As the player progresses through the game, the number of objects increases and their size varies, thus raising the difficulty level. It's not just a game, but also a useful tool for enhancing visual memory and attention.

'Blind Spot' software enhances visual memory and attention while providing countless hours of entertainment.

To sum it up, the 'Blind Spot' software is an entertaining challenge for those looking to test and improve their memory. With its intuitive interface and progressively harder levels, this game promises countless hours of entertainment while boosting players' cognitive abilities.

1. Requires graphics card to support multiple object display
2. Must be compatible with mouse for player object location accuracy
3. Requires sufficient system storage for level progress retention
4. Needs sound card for optional auditory cues

Enhances visual memory and attention skills.
Progressively harder levels maintain engagement.
Intuitive interface for user-friendly experience.

High penalty for failing can feel unfairly punishing.
Lack of difficulty adjustments for different skill levels.
Rapidly increasing difficulty may frustrate novice players.