Photo Findings

Photo Findings

500 - 1,000 downloads

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Demo available. Search for 'Painting Findings' or 'Oluss' in the market to try before purchasing.

It's a donate version of Painting Findings for the photography lovers. Featuring a whole collection of 40+ photos by 3 singaporean photographers and 100+ levels crafted individually. You could also try less expensive version: Painting Findings - Singapore Collection available in the market.

This game features:
- New background musics to accompany your finding sessions, yet retains its classic control and gameplay.
- Different differences to find. It will take you some time before you could remember all the differences.
- Find difference and collect photos within gallery system where you could replay any stages that you have completed.
- More casual themes for easier viewing and relaxing ' spot the difference ' session.
- Set any photo that you like as your very own wallpaper.
- 100+ levels and 40+ photography works to hunt for.
- Descriptions by the photographers to as a token of appreciation towards their works.
- Get in contact with the photographers by collecting different pictures in the gallery.

Tags: photo findings.

Recently changed in this version

- A few more bug fixes.

- Promotion period has ended.

Comments and ratings for Photo Findings
  • (80 stars)

    by DJ Parnell on 04/08/2013

    All of the other apps are junk comparatively. Love it!

  • (80 stars)

    by A Google User on 30/08/2012

    Great way to pass the time and you get info on the photos used which is very interesting.

  • (80 stars)

    by Neo on 02/03/2011

    using nexus one and dont support full screen

  • (80 stars)

    by blinking on 06/01/2011

    Nice variative graphics.

  • (80 stars)

    by lozoro on 21/12/2010

    as good as its predecessor ' painting findings'. great! -htc desire-

  • (80 stars)

    by sampah on 17/12/2010

    Recommended: You can get some refreshment by seeing photos from around the world

  • (80 stars)

    by Alvin on 10/12/2010

    Wow ... and the icon looks cool on my light grid live wallpaper, too.