QuickSpot: Master of the Right Brain announced for Switch

Based on the DS titles QuickSpot and QuickSpot 2.

QuickSpot: Master of the Right Brain

Bandai Namco has announced QuickSpot: Master of the Right Brain for Switch. In Japan, it is titled Unou no Tatsujin: Machigai Sagashi Museum for Nintendo Switch. (The English title leaked previously via a Korean rating.) It will launch on April 22 in Japan for 3,200 yen.

QuickSpot: Master of the Right Brain is an updated and renewed title based on the 2006-released DS title QuickSpot (Unou no Tatsujin Soukai! Machigai Museum) and 2007-released sequel Unou no Tatsujin Soukai! Machigai Museum 2.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bandai Namco:

About

Train your right bright with spot the difference puzzles in QuickSpot: Master of the Right Brain, a “spot the difference action” game playable solo or with friends.

Gameplay Modes

  • Quick Mode – Spot the differences one by one with a 10 second time limit. Your “right brain index” is calculated from five abilities (intuition, concentration, judgment, stability, and recognition). Play everyday to become a master of the right brain.
  • Party Mode – Up to four players can compete in 13 types of spot the difference puzzles and three rule sets. Train your right brain together!
  • Endless Mode – Includes more than 500 illustrations with 10 differences to spot. Enjoy spotting the differences to your heart’s content.

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

Japanese

Korean

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