Hint #1 - Feeling GRIDdy?
One good approach to finding the differences in the images is to (in your mind) split the images into a 3x3 grid: top, middle row, and bottom by left, middle column, and right. Spend a second or two in each of the nine "square" while looking, but don't forget to check around the edges of each square (and the edges of the screen) to catch differences along the borders.
Hint #2 - Smack Talk Misdirectionalism
Want to distract your opponent, but you don't have any spells to cast? Start up some distracting smack talk. How can smack talk be distracting? Well, for example: ask them if they found the difference near the bottom right corner... when there isn't one.
Hint #3 - DSi XL: Bigger Is Better
This is a prime example of a game that benefits from the larger screens on the Nintendo DSi XL system. The larger screens will mean larger details and, thus, larger differences. The XL's ability to see objects from side angles helps as well... not that you can see items better from the side, but it's instinct to try moving your head around for a "better look" when searching for differences.
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