Comments on: munzee.com crushes opencaching.com http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/ Geocaching Can be Addictive Mon, 25 May 2015 14:52:06 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.11 By: René Baron http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/comment-page-1/#comment-3183 Thu, 12 Sep 2013 13:37:43 +0000 http://www.cachemania.com/?p=1366#comment-3183 For me Munzee versus Geocaching is like Mc Donalds vs. real meals.
Munzee is fast fun without fuzz. But quality of the chosen locations is – a least when it comes to Europe – very, very poor. It is just ways to simpel to put Munzees everywhere without care, without feelings for the environement, without a reason.
I do not understand the race for numbers. Especially not, when it is so easy to cheat!

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By: mrs incredible http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/comment-page-1/#comment-3178 Sun, 21 Jul 2013 08:45:54 +0000 http://www.cachemania.com/?p=1366#comment-3178 You’ve got some of your facts wrong.

Munzees are not all about the points. There’s alot more to it than that. Like with geocaching, numbers are nice, but alot of the fun comes from exploring new places and getting exercise. There’s also nothing stopping anybody from making a creative munzee.

Also your account is not tied to a particular device. I’ve heard of people capping munzees for other people. You just need to log in with the right name.

I personally feel munzee.com has a promising future. It takes time for new things to catch on, but munzees are being deployed all the time and more and more people are trying it.

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By: Mitch627 http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/comment-page-1/#comment-3170 Mon, 11 Mar 2013 17:37:19 +0000 http://www.cachemania.com/?p=1366#comment-3170 I like Munzee for the reason that you have to be present to capture it. It logs it onto the database once you have captured it, and then your score goes up accordingly. Correct me if I am wrong, but when geocaching you could say that you “captured” it without actually being there. I don’t like that aspect. Also There is multiple variations to the game such as virtual Munzees where you don’t have to have anything placed at all. You just have to be within 300 feet of where the location was set. A good example of when this is used, is if people wanted to place a munzee on the lake. They obviously couldn’t float a QR code for very long so a Virtual Munzee is a more sustainable choice. I know it is not the trick of finding the virtual, the cool thing is when you set it you can see who has been to your spots.

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By: The Wiisters http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/comment-page-1/#comment-3168 Sun, 24 Feb 2013 15:38:25 +0000 http://www.cachemania.com/?p=1366#comment-3168 We are geocachers and aren’t interested in Munzees. We do, however, support anything legal that gets you outdoors! Have FUN!

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By: KaposiaDarcy http://www.cachemania.com/munzee-crushes-opencaching/opencaching/2012/09/comment-page-1/#comment-3143 Thu, 04 Oct 2012 04:51:43 +0000 http://www.cachemania.com/?p=1366#comment-3143 I don’t do Munzees because I care about statistics. I do them because I enjoy having another thing to hunt for. And you’re implying that Munzees are all about statistics and that caching has nothing to do with statistics. Perhaps you need to be directed to the Statistics tab on the profile of every cacher on geocaching.com. :)

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