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Maverie the Mad Scientist

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Our newest spot the difference adventure!

When Maverie gets bored, the galaxy better beware!

The dialog in the game will be revealed as you find the differences. Be sure to use the hints if you get stuck. The medium and big hints are the easiest to use.

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Spot the difference! Now!

I like the twist you give your series, clicking in wrong areas deletes points, and in some of them, clicking on harder differences give more points. The gimmick of a comic being unfolding was well done. This is a must play for casual gamers.

Interesting series!

Although I'm not much of a fan of those "spot the difference" games (just as the guy below me said), I did find this game to be actually interesting (mostly because the art style was so cute)! =3

But the reason why I gave you an 8/10 for this was because Maverie wanted to invade the galaxy "because she was bored" doesn't seem to amuse me at all. Also, when you said "it's" in one of the scenes, you accidentally spelled it like this:


Although I AM aware that you just ran out of room; can't blame ya there. =P

Still good job on this game, and I expect to see more of the series (Mav and Miki)! =)

great spot the difference

I not overly a fan of spot the difference, as they often can be boring and hard, but this one was good, as it wasn't overly difficult and the story line kept me interested. the graphics were also excellent...

Great game

I'm still waiting for a difference g ame to be rel

released... with --0 get this, the concept is novel, A TWIST!!!

They are gettiong very boring...


This game is great clever plot and fun gameplay, but maybe you could put a limit on how many times you can use the hint in a level.