US Air Force Creates 1.2 Million-Piece Puzzle To Help You Kill Boredom At Home

Image via The US Air Force

The US Air Force has launched an interactive website with a virtual jigsaw puzzle that anyone around the world can attempt to solve.

The tricky part is that the puzzle features around 1.2 million pieces. The digital challenge, titled the ‘Million Piece Mission’, was created with a 1.03-gigapixel image showing the fourth building at the National Museum of the US Air Force.

Players can solve the puzzle as a guest, or log in to unlock incentive content such as facts about the museums. The puzzle is separated into thousands of various tile rooms with varying difficulties.

Those attempting the puzzle can earn points in real-time on a universal leaderboard, which ranks players based on the number of pieces they put together, the time spent on a section, as well as their difficulty levels. Try it for yourself here.

Million Piece #Mission: Play now to discover the history of flight as you collaborate to solve the world’s largest virtual puzzle.#AimHigh

— Air Force and Space Force Recruiting (@USAFRecruiting) June 15, 2020

[via Muse By CLIO, cover image via The US Air Force]