People play PanoPuzzle but not many create their own. "Too complicated with the need to host a web page and change configuration files" is the main complaint. So I came up with a different way so people can use their own 360 panoramas. Just head over to panopuzzle.created-by.me/ForYour360.html drag one of your 360 panoramas onto the white field - click "Create puzzle" wait for a bit and play your own puzzle - it is literally that easy. Or click on the drag & drop field and choose a 360 panorama with your file browser - only local images are accepted - not links to images on cloud drives. No data will ever leave your computer - the whole conversion is done in your browser. There are a couple of restrictions - only jpg images with a ratio 2:1 smaller than 25MB are accepted. The only downside is - it takes a bit. This is due to the conversion from equirectangular image to cube faces - that is what is happening 98% of the time when you press "Create puzzle" until it is ready to play. This highlights quite nicely why PanoPuzzle requires cube face images to run nice and smooth - the image conversion just takes too much time and would need to be done every time again. You can also run it on a mobile device but generating a puzzle will take quite a bit. On a Xiaomi Note 8T it takes 15s to convert and create a puzzle from a 6MB panoramas. Once you are done you can replay the puzzle in different difficulty levels (bottom left - under setting) or just refresh the page to create a new puzzle.