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drawQRzee Munzee Helper

posted Jan 4, 2013, 7:58 AM by Greg Jewett

dafi87, a German Munzee player, wrote a little Userscript for the Greasemonkey Firefox Plugin to draw the QR Codes right on the undeployed Munzees page.   This is useful, if you don't want the original munzee template. You can choose the desired size and whether to annotate the number in lower left corner or not. 

The Userscript also runs on Google Chrome.
It is available here on and you can discuss it here or if your German is better than your English, here 

drawQRzee has a lot more functions! 
See the help manual or the changelog or read this whole thread.

All credit to dafi87.

Skin and Customize your Munzees

posted Jan 4, 2013, 7:30 AM by Greg Jewett   [ updated Jan 4, 2013, 7:35 AM ]

There are a couple of great free and paid sites that allow you to customize and skin your Munzees before you deploy them, either to get them to blend into an environment, or to just add some bling!   

Check out the Munzee Tools section of the Munzee Page.


Have you discovered Munzee?

posted Dec 13, 2012, 3:43 PM by Greg Jewett

Greg Jewett, December 13, 2012

Munzee is a fairly new game that has really taken off much like Geocaching and complements the Geocaching very well.

I checked out Munzee last year and I did not really get into the game too much, just due to the lack of the number of Munzees in the area to capture.  This year, I noticed a bunch of Munzee get deployed to the North Austin area and peaked my interest again. 

Since, I have captured a bunch of Munzees found online in You Tube, different websites and outside in many different locations.   Unlike Geocaching, Munzees work anywhere you can print or display a QR code.

I have also contributed to the game, deploying Munzee tags in Cedar Park, Bastrop, Flatonia and many places in Austin.  After my initial deployment of roughly 30 tags, I am going to deploy Munzees with all my Geocaches that I hide and then come up even more creative hides for future Munzee tags. 

As with Geocaching, it is free to join, and does have a paid premium membership that is optional.   Check it out.  See how you can help with growing the map and how you can quickly score many points and start competing with other players.

Check out the forums and the hundreds of websites that exist and dedicated to the Munzee game. 

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