QuickSpot is a challenging game of concentration, where the objective is to spot the difference between two seemingly identical images. Using the touch screen players simply have to circle the differences between the two images.
"QuickSpot offers hours of fun for those with quick minds and fast reflexes, as it takes a simple concept and turns it into an exciting and addicting brain game perfectly suited for gamers on the go," said Makoto Iwai, Executive Vice President at Namco Bandai.
The game will feature three single-player modes, including Rapid Play, which sees the player spotting the difference over five levels each containing 10 stages and a boss challenge.
Players will also be awarded a Brain Activity rating, a points system which analyses intuition, concentration, recognition, stability and judgement. Another single-player mode is Focus Play, a mode containing 140 unique pictures, each with 10 differences for the player to spot.
QuickSpot also includes three multiplayer modes: Time Bomb, where up to eight-players must pass a single DS back and forth between turns; Scramble mode, and Download Play, in which players go head to head over multiple DS systems.
QuickSpot is scheduled for a spring release in North America.