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Only superhumans can beat this brainteasing dot test

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Fancy putting your eyes through the optic equivalent of a Tough Mudder course?

The rules of the dot test are simple enough: identify the letter of the alphabet created by off-colour spots within the grid.

But the answers are far from simple. Prepare to find yourself edging closer and closer to the screen, until your co-workers think you're being sucked into the screen, Stay Tuned-style.

 

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