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Molyneux discusses how his Twitter doppelgänger helped him gain independence

Saturday, 20th October 2012 22:36 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Peter Molyneux and his faux-Twitter self, Adam Capone – a.k.a PeterMolydeux, recently sat down with Wired to discuss how the parody account came to be, and how it inspired Molyneux to go independent. It’s an extremely comprehensive feature, and will take some time to read, but if you are a fan of either Molydeux or Molyneux, you’ll want to make the time. In it, Molyneux drops hints regrading 22 Cans’ next title, and Capone discusses the inspiration behind the parody account and his thoughts on the Molyjam events it birthed.

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  2. Gekidami

    I must say, when i heard about Molyjam i was like; “Seriously? That hack actually inspired people?” But i’ve learned here it actually wasnt him. Order is restored, Molyneux remains an unoriginal, lying hack.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. sb319

    @2 it seems you have more to learn.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Da Man

    I thought David Cage was Molyneux parody?

    #4 2 years ago

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