Indie game bundle wants to raise 10,000 for winner of Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity challenge

By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 28 January 2016 11:43 GMT

A new game bundle service is on the horizon, and its first bundle is one designed to reward the winner of Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity challenge.

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Bryan Henderson, the winner of the top prize in Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube, has yet to receive any of what he was promised. Namely, a portion of the revenue made from Godus – Molyneux’s troubled god game – and an in-game role of being the God of Gods.

A new game bundle, due to go live in February, is aiming to raise 10,000 for Henderson. The bundle is organised by GameBundle.com, a new digital games retailer. Bulletproof Bit is GameBundle’s owner, and it aims to use this as a way to promote the new site.

The bundle will contain eight games and will become available February 26. Henderson told Eurogamer he was okay with this promotion.

“I realise it’s beneficial for both sides,” he told the site. “Even without me gaining anything, whenever someone’s asked me for something like this before I’ve always been happy to help.”

Henderson added that he’d probably use the money to travel and upgrade his PC.

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