The lights are on
Players have been chipping away Peter Molyneux's Curiosity Cube for
almost six months to discover the "life-changing" secret inside. Today,
someone reached the center, and they've decided to share.
You can check out the video below, in which Molyneux speaks directly to Curiosity Cube's winner, Bryan Henderson
From Edinburgh about the studio's upcoming game, Godus.
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Huh...Didnt expect that at all.Well whoever won certainly is going to get a small fraction of money from a game that is basically populous with hi def graphics...And can control the entire development team..cause that dosnt sound like a bad idea at all..
Someone should tell this guy that he is indeed NOT Willy Wonka and he can kindly stop trying so hard and I can smell your arrogance from here and it's rank.
This sounds like such a bad idea.
New World Order!!!
lol, next week we'll have news reporters talking about religious groups protesting this game because its blaspemy. HE CAN'T BE A GOD.
Hey, Peter, remember that Milo thing? Maybe you should go back to Lionhead & revive that project.
The fact that the winner shared the video is honestly pretty lucky for Peter Molyneux and his Godus game. The winner could've easily been a kid's mom or dad who didn't know what they were doing and then accidentally closed down the video before even watching it. Or it could've been a ten-year-old without the patience to sit through a video of a bald man blabbing for 4+ minutes. Anyway, good luck to Bryan Henderson. I wish him well.
Godus damn it, I wanted to win.
Defineely seems interesting, but its peter molyneux...
So, exactly one life is changed, and it's not mine.
I'm very interested to see whether the winner will be benevolent to users, or a complete troll. With him getting a cut of the profits, I suppose it would be in his best interest to play nice.
Why is it that I never heard about this?
Well, that is cooler than I thought it would be...maybe. The part that makes me laugh is how he keeps talking about "all that hard work" to get to the center of the cube. The winner didn't do it all by himself, and even if he did, it was just mindless tapping on a screen for God's sake! I love playing games, and beating difficult challenges but even then I don't consider it to be "really hard work". It can be a fun and engrossing hobby, but seriously, stop being so pretentious.
Peter Molyneux always talks big, but can never fully deliver what he promises, unfortunately...
Is it me, or does Molyneux sound like the gay robot from Nick Swardson's Pretend Time?.
Jokes aside, jokes aside, clever price. I guess he did hold up to the life changing reward. Now, hopefully it pans out the right way, for his sake, and we winner's.
Gosh what a cool guy.. even though he made so many broken promises to me so many times :(