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Christmas Magic Eye 3D

by Mark van der spuy
TV

CHRISTMAS MAGIC EYE 3D

$0.99 in the App Store

What is it about?

CHRISTMAS MAGIC EYE 3D

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
32Mb
Genre
Puzzle
Last updated
November 30, 2015
Release date
November 30, 2015

Christmas Magic Eye 3D is $0.99 but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Image Pack 1

  • $0.99

    Image Pack 3

  • $0.99

    Image Pack 2

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App Store Description

CHRISTMAS MAGIC EYE 3D

Christmas themed magic eye puzzles for the whole family

Learning to use your MAGIC EYE is a bit like learning how to ride a bicycle. Once you master it, it gets easier and easier. Try to learn to use your MAGIC EYE in a quite time and place. It is very difficult for most people to first experience deep vision while preoccupied in the distracting daily life. While others may teach you, or watch as you try, you're likely to feel foolish and suffer from performance anxiety. Even though CHRISTMAS MAGIC EYE 3D is extreme fun at work and other social situations, those are not often the best place to learn. If you fail to get it in a few minutes, wait, break, and try again another time. For most people, it is a real effort to figure out how to use the MAGIC EYE. But almost all will say it is worth it.


In all the images in CHRISTMAS MAGIC EYE 3D, you will note a repeating pattern. In order to see the Hidden Magic item, two things must happen. You must get one eye to look at one point in the image while the other eye looks at the same point on the next pattern. Secondly, you must hold your eyes in the position long enough for the marvellous structures in your brain bag to decode the image information that has been coded by Hidden Magic Eye Gallery.


There are two methods of viewing our awesome images. Crossing your eyes and diverging your eyes. Crossing your eyes occurs when you aim your eyes at a point between your eyes and an image. Diverging your eyes occurs when your eyes are aimed at a point beyond the image.

Before you start, please remember to not over do your eyes! Straining will not help and could cause you to feel uncomfortable. The key is to relax and let the image come to you.