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Monthly Stats for Eyewire: May 2022

Congrats, Eyewirers! You completed 28 cells last month, including a 17 hour 28 minute marathon cell. Folks really earned themselves a passel …

Fossil Fever: Awards

All competition events for Fossil Fever have finished, but we hope you enjoyed the closing ceremony and also the challenge week in …

Fossil Fever: Marathon Results!

Talk about putting the “trace” in trace fossils! You finished this 1301-cube marathon cell in 17 hours 28 minutes, along with 5 …

Fossil Fever: Carbonization Triumphs!

Big congrats to Team Carbonization! It appears you’ve proven Eyewire’s fossilization method of choice. Congrats too to the permineralizers on their own …

Fossil Fever: Preserved Hunt

While all fossils are exciting, rare and open new windows into the past, it’s particularly exciting when you stumble across original preserved …

Eyewire presents: Fossil Fever!

If you’re a big history buff then you’re probably very grateful to all of the humans who have left amazing written and …

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May Promotions

Hello Eyewirers! This is your monthly reminder about promotions for Scouts, Scythes, Mystics, Mods, and Mentors! You can fill out the open …