**Visual challenges are a classic on the Internet** . In fact, it is very likely that you often receive interesting puzzles and challenges to test your intellect, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. One of the classics of networks is the challenge of squares.

If you did not know it, we will tell you what exactly it consists of. In reality, the challenge is based on an image of a grid that users **have to observe to count the number of squares they can see** . And while some challenges may be easier, there are some that can be really costly to guess.

So they demand, on the part of those who have wanted to immerse themselves in the challenge, minutes and minutes of observation, as well as the ability to concentrate. In fact, this is **an activity that can work very well as a hobby** , but that will require a high level of attention from the person doing it.

## Solve the challenge of how many squares are there

**The premise of this challenge is simple. **You have to count how many squares are in the image. But for this, you have to be clear about a few things. The first and most important, know what exactly a square is. If at this point you are not very clear, we will remind you that a square is a quadrilateral parallelogram with parallel sides (two by two) with the four equal sides and the four identical sides.

**Riddles are easier to figure out when all the squares in the image are equal** . Things get complicated (and they almost always do) when the squares are different sizes. In this case, the most recommended is to go by parts (in terms of sizes) and count the number of existing boxes in groups.

On the other hand, it **is important that we look at the lines that are crossing** , because there are more possible squares. Your chances of finding each and every one of the squares that are included in the image will depend on your observation and logic skills.

## Even the little ones can solve them

Some of the puzzles we offer you here are quite complicated. But you will find many others that have a low or medium difficulty level. So much so that you can even **solve it together with the smallest of the house** . We have included some that are very attractive, both for the colors and for the drawings.

**If you are among friends, you can even play to solve them in a group** . You can use a stopwatch and give your colleagues or family the chance to find the final number of squares in a given time. Enjoy them!