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After four million players destroyed 25 billion cubelets, Curiosity has finally ended with a UK based winner

Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity experiment solved

After launching 150 days ago, Peter Molyneux’s gaming experiment Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube has finally been solved.

The mobile game by 22Cans, which tasked players with destroying over 25 billion cubelets in order to uncover what secret lay beneath, has ended with a UK winner taking the prize.

Revealed by Molyneux himself in a video following its completion, the Curosity creator confirmed Edinburgh-based Bryan Henderson as the winner of the experiment, who will now be able to enforce a number of rules within 22 Cans’ upcoming title, Godus, in addition to receiving a portion of the game’s revenue.

Crowdfunded by Kickstarter, Godus received £526,000 of funding, and will be a reinvention of Populous, a title first created by Molyneux 22 years ago, set to debut on PC, Mac, iOS and Android.

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