Reddit’s huge collaborative art project, called r/place was an interesting moment in internet history. It allowed Redditors change one pixel out of a 16-color pallet every five minutes. This was fascinating and an experiment in internet History (I have, however, decided to randomly place one pixel in order to fix an error in a dedicated Pixel painting to Berserk creator Kentaro Miura). Redditors could edit the mural for up to four days before it was closed for editing on April 4. This month’s result is a wonderful collection of micro-images which will continue to be discussed for many years.
You can have a better look at these details by playing a small game. This is the r/placeguesser game, which you can play for free on itch.io. Hidden object game r/place Guesser gives you a snapshot of the huge r/place canvas. After that, you are asked to locate and pin the flag on the gigantic canvas. There are five rounds, so the quicker and more precise you can be, the more points that you’ll earn.
You can change the zoom level of your snapshot if you are a madman. This can give you a smaller area of the photo to recognize later. Although this is more challenging, it will give you more points. A high score can also be shared with others in the comments. If you are a hardcore, blue-eyed masochist and have memorized all the details on the canvas, the hardcore mode can be used. This will turn the whole canvas grey and allow you to pin it blindfolded.
This is a great idea for hiding objects, despite the fact that the r/place canvas can be quite compact. However, some of the more interesting memes on the mural may help make it a little easier. My round featured a photo taken in the middle TotalBiscuit’s famous “LUL” twitch emoticon, prominently displayed at the canvas’ center.
This iteration (the first in 2017) of r/place is larger than its predecessor. It means there are more places for people to add images, memes and random anime girls to tiny spaces on the canvas. There’s also more to look out for. You’re lucky if your image is among these.
The 2017 canvas version is also available in r/place Guesser. This tool can be used for object hunting. The search is easier because there are less details to find.
You can now play r/place Guesser. You can get bored of r/place. Thanks to the efforts of another Redditor, you have Minecraft.
Reddit’s huge collaborative art project, called r/place was an interesting moment in internet history. It allowed Redditors change one pixel out of a 16-color pallet every five minutes. This was fascinating and an experiment in internet History (I have, however, decided to randomly place one pixel in