'Internet Caching' is a new platform that brings the thrill and mystery of an elaborate scavenger hunt to the digital world. The open-source platform lets users hide fun messages, Easter eggs, and other treats within the code of their sites and lays out maps for users to dig in and find what's been hidden.
Internet Caching is based on Geocaching, the pre-internet game that charges players with finding 'geocaches' hidden in physical locations around the world. The internet is hugely vast, and so Internet Caching provides just as much difficulty.
As opposed to Geocaching, which requires little more than problem-solving skills and a sense of adventure, Internet Caching is best suited to people who have some knowledge of web coding, as finding the caches often requires searching through and analyzing source code.
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