There is no maximum. It all depends how fast they can play. A fast player using Magic Eye technique may get around 2200 blue ribbons in a 1-hour Spot the Difference.

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With all its talent, Wooga should group competitors by like skill levels. If Wooga can detect “cheaters”, then it can use its data to make the competitions fair. Wooga says that those that appear to be cheating are using certain techniques legally. I equate these techniques to steroids. I’m losing interest. My team is slowly breaking apart. Wooga, is it fair to pair bantum weight to heavyweight and expect a fair outcome?


Some links, when you tap on it, won"t take you to where it should, which is called a broken link. To help, Liz kindly posted the link which is not broken, or "unbroken link".Magic Eye is a technique to quickly find differences in Spot the Difference competitions. Players change the focus of their eyes to bring 2 panels together to a 3rd panel. Here is one of many online tutorials:


In Spot the Difference competitions, players who have learned the Magic Eye technique can easily score over 2 million points in 45 minutes. Essentially, they change the focus of their eyes, such that the 2 panels merge into a 3rd middle panel which can show them the differences much faster. It still takes eye muscle training, practice to identify and to hit accurately. Someone with a score of 700,000 is still in training. Search YouTube for tutorial on Magic Eye for June"s Journey to learn more.


Probably a beginner Magic Eye user. There"s a tutorial on how to learn Magic Eye technique for JJ on YouTube.


When I first started playing I also wrote to JJ/Wooga with the same concern and received the same reply. But then after doing some more research, I found that a lot of people use a technique called Magic Eye, where you train one eye to see the left image and the other eye to see the right image and overlap them in order to spot the difference. There is a lot of literature on the internet and it takes time to master the technique. But with it, it is possible to get at least 2 million points within 45 minutes. There is still a question of people getting 8 million in 45 minutes where I suppose a computer program is being used, but with human eyes and hands to play getting upwards of 2 million is normal.

If you are referring to the Spot the Difference lounge competitions, the Magic Eye technique is a skill that players use to quickly find differences and score 1-4 million points. They can either cross their eyes or relax their eye focus such that the 2 panels overlap into a middle panel and the differences stand out. You can search online to learn the technique, which takes practice to train eye muscles, to recognize differences, and to hit them with accuracy. You can see ME users play on youtube and see how incredibly fast they are.

There are many websites that teach magic eye / 3D techniques. There is also a Facebook group dedicated to JJ players:

It’s a technique like any other used in competitions. Some people use two fingers or tap faster some use magic eye. A technique. I have been called a cheater for studying scenes in prior to time rush comps. No NOT cheating. Studying. Preparing. For competition.

I don’t think it’s cheating, it’s a technique that they train for and deserve to win for that reason. I would try it if I were younger but it sounds like it takes a huge commitment to train and practice...that is not cheating. How can you tell someone crossing their eye is not allowed that it’s cheating. This is competition and if someone has a technique they should be allowed to train and practice. How is that cheating in a competition it is the definition of competition when you train and learn techniques to help your game, to win!


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