Tag Archive: Munzee

Win Your Own Munzopoly Set

Do not pass Go, do not collect $200. Instead go directly to the image below to check out Wellington’s first-ever Munzopoly series.

These 37 vinyl Munzee QR codes – based on the popular Monopoly board game – were made for It’s Not About The Numbers’ kjwx by American player Ryan Rokey. But you might be lucky enough to win your very own set.

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Giveaway Result: Munzee Madness On Mars

Drum roll please, Cumbyrocks. And the winner of It’s Not About The Numbers’ Munzee giveaway is …

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Giveaway: Munzee Madness

Are you stuck on Munzee too?

Thanks to webstore Geohobbies Canada, It’s Not About The Numbers has three vinyl Mystery Munzee stickers, two Munzee decals and a cloth patch to give away to one lucky reader.

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Munzee Meet-Up Captured On Camera

Smartphones and sausages took a grilling in New Zealand’s Munzee capital of Mount Maunganui on Saturday at a barbeque organised for players.

The country’s second-ever Munzee meet-up -hosted by hotwheelsnz, New Zealand’s No 1 player on level 67 – attracted 15 similarly Munzee-mad players and their families.

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Meet Your Munzee Guide: Uncle Karl

Doing things by the book isn’t really Karl Witsman’s forte …

When the American geocacher couldn’t find a manual to teach him how to use the new-fangled Munzee app he’d just downloaded to his smartphone, he decided to write one himself. In fact, it’s almost becoming a habit for the thrice-published author.

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The Business End Of Munzee Down Under

Time to get down to business, Munzee fans – now that all six barcode types finally appear on the New Zealand player map. On November 30th, Tauranga IT firm Dzina added the sole missing game piece by hanging the country’s first business Munzee in the window of its Greerton premises. That barcode, Dzina Ltd, reads: “Come on in …

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Geocaching: Challenges No More, Cumbyrocks To Blame

Any GC.com geocacher who has checked their email today will be aware that Geocaching.com have decided to retire the Challenge part of the site. In case you haven’t read it their email reads… In our effort to inspire outdoor play through Geocaching, we are often faced with decisions about what to focus on next, and …

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Munzee: A World Of Difference

American Jim C is again shaping how the world plays Munzee. First the Thanks 4 The Hide blogger created a weather-safe, UV-resistant, plastic tag for the popular smartphone app; now he’s offering custom options in the shape of each US state and every other country on the planet. In the case of New Zealand – …

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Geo-News: Cool, Sexy & European

ONE VERY COOL MUNZEE Munzee mania keeps marching across the map, with Antarctica now boasting its first gamepiece. London-based Australian player Zalgariath placed Diggles (Final Frontier) last Tuesday with help from friend Steele Diggles who works at the South Pole Research Base. “Ever since Munzee conquered the six inhabited continents, there has been a running joke …

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Halt! GeoCheckpoint Ahead

Have you been stopped by a GeoCheckpoint yet? Don’t panic, though, the worst you’ll get is a ticket – and this isn’t a radical crime deterrent by the caching police but rather a new geo-game developed in Europe. Best described as a geocaching-Munzee hybrid, GeoCheckpointing requires players to use a GPSr or map to locate visible …

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