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22 Cans’ Curiosity now titled Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube

Friday, 24th August 2012 20:48 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity will hence forth be known as Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube. The game was given a slight name change due to the name of a certain Mars rover when was launched by NASA earlier this month. Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube will release on iOS and Android next month.

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  1. Ali

    What ?

    Mortal Kombat : Finish your opponent in Kombat !

    Hell even Question Cube sounds better than that !

    #1 2 years ago
  2. ManuOtaku

    So in the end they didnt run out of curiosity after all :), well colour me curious again then.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Old MacDonald

    I wonder what’s going to be fun about it. I mean, if you play the game you can be pretty sure that you’re not going to be the one who cracks the cube. Someone else are going to do that, either by sheer luck or because they’re insane and buys the 50 000 dollar DLC. So, knowing that you won’t win, why should you play? What’s going to be fun about hacking away at a cube?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. G1GAHURTZ

    It’s gotta be Keyboard Cat in there, surely!

    #4 2 years ago
  5. smoke.tetsu

    Keyboard Shroedinger’s Cat is in there… and it’s either playing the keyboard or it’s not. :P

    #5 2 years ago
  6. The_Red

    @1
    Best, Name, EVAH! That would be an awesome name for MK10 :)
    But seriously, true and also well done.

    #6 2 years ago
  7. pukem0n

    @3

    well, whats fun in building stupid stuff with blocks made out of 5×5 pixels in the worst graphics, you have ever seen?

    wait,that sold millions?….

    #7 2 years ago
  8. Gekidami

    ^ a game where you build stuff and a game where you put down hard cash to hack at à cube and hope you win is hardly the same thing, one is a creative game, this horse shit is pretty much a lottery.

    #8 2 years ago
  9. Old MacDonald

    8: Well, with Minecraft I bought and installed it the moment I heard about it, which was a good while before it had sold 50 000 copies. It was obvious from the instant I saw it that it would be something special.

    I see nothing like that here. They’ve said nothing that suggests the actual gameplay will be interesting, it’s all about that reward. Sure, if there’s room for creativity then it could be interesting, but considering they’re going to have thousands of people hacking away at this one cube I don’t really see how any one of the players are going to be able to have any meaningful influences (unlike Minecraft where you can really leave a mark).

    #9 2 years ago