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Molyneux hopes to have Godus prototype available on Friday

Peter Molyneux and his experimental game studio 22 Cans hope to have a prototype of project Godus available tomorrow, December 14, the famed creator tells Ars Technica. "I've seen the prototype, I've actually played it... I've got a few changes I'd like to be made, but the progress has been pretty ...

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Molyneux has 'hope' for downloadable Godus prototype by Christmas

22 Cans Kickstarter project Godus will hopefully have a downloadable prototype by Christmas, Peter Molyneux told us in a recent interview. The 22 Cans founder, who is painfully aware of his public persona of over-promising over the years, recognizes Kickstarter projects are currently in that same ...

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Molyneux reinventing Populous with 'Godus,' calls on Kickstarter for help

Peter Molyneux's next experiment with his new studio, 22 Cans, is a "reinvention" of his classic god game Populous, fittingly titled Godus. "Project Godus" is now live on Kickstarter, where 22 Cans is asking for £450,000 to develop this rebirth of god games for PC, iOS and Android. "Godus ble...

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22 Cans apologizes for Curiosity's popularity, working on fixes

The last 48 hours have been tough for Peter Molyneux's new outfit, 22 Cans. After launching Curiosity: What's Inside the Cube? earlier this week on iOS and Android, the servers were overloaded by the sheer numbers of players participating. There is also another significant bug that seems to be era...

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Curiosity team squares off against connectivity problems

22Cans is at work fixing connectivity issues with Curiosity: What's Inside The Cube. If your experience with the networked cube-tapping game is limited to error messages, it should be addressed soon. "I now understand what's going on," Peter Molyneux tweeted. "Basically we and our server are overwh...

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PSA: Molyneux's 'Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube?' now on iOS, if you're curious

Peter Molyneux and 22 Cans' Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube? is now available for free on the App Store. The first of the studio's 22 "experiments" was due on Android tomorrow, but Molyneux tweeted this morning 22 Cans is now trying to push it out today. So how does the game work? Quite simply, ...

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'Curiosity: What's Inside The Cube?' reveals all on iOS, Android November 7

Peter Molyneux's 22 Cans will satiate your Curiosity on November 7, releasing the game for free on Android and iOS. 22 Cans confirmed the Android release details to us, noting Curiosity: What's Inside The Cube? (to give it its full title) launches at 0.22AM Pacific (3.22 AM ET, 8.22AM British). Mol...

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22 Cans will make one game and only one, after all those other games

22 Cans, Peter Molyneux's development studio, is "only going to make one game and that's it," Molyneux tells VG24/7. Of course, this game will come after the 22 "experiments" Molyneux's team is working on now, the first of which is Curiosity: What's inside the Cube, a million-player game that ends ...

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Molyneux's Curiosity now subtitled 'What's Inside the Cube'

Peter Molyneux confirmed the new title for his next project, formerly known as Curiosity, this afternoon. Earlier this week, Molyneux revealed that the name would have to be changed in order to keep it from colliding with the massive internet presence of NASA's identically named Mars rover. The new...

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We can't tell if Molydeux is doing the work for Molyneux, or it's the other way around

Peter Molyneux's first experimental title with 22 Cans is Curiosity, a potentially million-player title that has people chip away at a cube until one person hits the final piece and uncovers the ultimate secret inside. Peter Molydeux, a digital parody of Molyneux, has created a trailer for Curios...

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