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.
Email the author Kyle Hilliard, or follow on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, and Game Informer.
Dude he should have not told anybody and told it like 8 years from now,
I tried to win it and I would have recorded what ever it was and put it on a server on a time lock to be put out to the public in 2042 the same time nickoledon opens there time capsule from 1992.
I want some of Peter's LSD.
Just gained alot of respect for this guy. Pretty cool stuff.
inform yourself you'll only work out for ten moments. After ten minutes have elapsed chances are you'll feel so invigorated that you'll want to keep going.http://www.diablo3bay.com and http://www.gw2field.com
It's amazing how he can create such engaging games with personality, yet he doesn't really have any himself. He either comes off over-enthusiastic or just flat out boring like in this video.
Well, that was a waste of time
Was hoping there was a decent Fable game inside.
its probs gonna fable 3 all over again.
I thought it would be a $1,000 app app store gift card or to get a character in a game named after you. This honestly wasn't to bad of a surprise though, if I got it I'd be smiling.
That was boring, but a cool reward.