Unless you’re really organized, patient and bored, putting together a puzzle isn’t a lot of fun – especially when it’s the world’s largest puzzle and there’s a hell of a lot identical, green pieces. Which is what makes this a pretty cool achievement.
YouTube user Sky! recently completed a puzzle called Wildlife, assembling 33,600 pieces over 400 hours. But since watching a time-lapse of a puzzle assembly ranks just under watching paint dry and grass grow, they decided to make a more creative, stop-motion video (which, incidentally, also took 400 hours).
The best part is that it’s an homage to old-school, retro games. Dude, hand me a controller, I’m hypnotized by these gifs.