Rick and Morty
A new world in “Rick and Morty” is waiting to be explored in Rickstaverse. Pictured: Producers Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon attend the 2013 Summer Television Critics Association tour in Beverly Hills on July 24, 2013. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown

“Rick and Morty’s” fans can now explore another expanded world in Rickstaverse.

The Earth from the popular animated sitcom that was featured in Season 2’s finale was expanded in a series of photos. Carrot Creative shared dozens of photos on Rickstaverse Instagram that allowed fans to examine various locations in the “Rick and Morty” world.

The photos featured the Gromflomite taking over the Galactic Federation. There was also a number of aliens coexisting with humans.

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Upon taking a tour in the Rickstaverse, one will realize that it was hosted by Summer because Rick was still in the space. One will see Mr. Poopybutthole’s swanky crib, a vegan restaurant that was overrun by protesting vegetables, the Smith house and more. Mr. Poopybutthole also shared a message bashing the writers for the continuous delay of the anticipated “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Paste noted.

The photos can also be seen in the browser, but the point-and-click adventure was optimized for a mobile experience, Inverse Entertainment reported. For instance, there was a billboard-style ad in the center of the most recent three posts that the user can click on to tag the new set of images.

Exploring Rickstaverse can be confusing and the developers and designers are aware of this. In fact, they created another account that is devoted to giving fans detailed instructions on how to explore the interactive series of photos. For those who are still struggling to grasp the instructions, Adult Swim created a short clip to give “Rick and Morty” fans an overview on how to navigate the application. You can check it out below.

In separate news, there is still no release date for “Rick and Morty” Season 3. Dan Harmon apologized for this and took the blame.

“I’m so sorry,” creator Harmon told the crowd at YouTube’s pop-up space in Park City, Utah, IndieWire reported. “I don’t have a release date for Season 3. It’s not that I know it and I’m not allowed to say it; it’s [Adult Swim’s] domain. What I will tell you is it’s late because of us, it’s late because of me.”

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