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Calendar Girls 2009

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Spot the differences between the calendar girls.

This one is a little harder than the previous games. ;)
There are 10 difference defined but we only show 6 per scene each time you play. So each replay can shuffle things around a bit. Notice you actually only have to find 4 differences to advance. This game would be 'smash your keyboard' hard if you had to find all 6 each time.

Happy Holiday!
Adam

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The girl in the August calendar looks so cute. She's so stunning and seems so pale. Her hair color looks nice.

This was a cute game, i do agree with the guys though. I would also like to see the girls have some more detail, because the are supposed to be the focus of the game. All in all though it was well made and helped me kill a few minutes without being completely bored. :)

I have to say this. If you want to make a woman look attractive, you can't put bright colors and flat shapes around her. They're distracting. Also, the more detail the better. Put in shading and highlights to accentuate the shape of her body. I imagine you made this with a deadline. You probably didn't have enough time to put in the amount of detail that you wanted, and that's understandable.

sweet

nicely done. march, june, and september were my favs

very sweet

you can get points for 5 differences per scene if you find two that are near each other, save those until you are down to one difference left. then click on thm both before the scene changes.