Curiosity day one: 97 million squares destroyed, 157,382 players registered

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 7 November 2012 08:57 GMT

Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube? has enjoyed a wobbly but fruitful launch day, with just under 158,000 players descending on Peter Molyneux’s box of mystery to tap away at its surface. 97 million ‘cubelets’ have been obliterated by your fingers. Good work, but there’s still much to do.

Players can purchase the cube’s stats for 100 in-game coins, and our most recent check puts the total user number at 157,382, having collaboratively smashed 97,326,495 cubelets in just 24 hours. There at 3,287,657 cubelets remaining on the first layer.

At the time of writing this article, the cube’s first layer still stands, and looks like this:

Molyneux took to Twitter last night to explain why Curiosity was seeing server issues and assured participants that 22 Cans has located the problem and is working to fix it now. Check out his updates here.

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