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"What's in the box?!" The top 6 things that could be inside Molyneux's Curiosity Cube

"We haven’t really covered Peter Molyneux and 22Cans’ iOS/Android game Curiosity – What’s Inside The Cube? here on OSP, mainly because it’s a “multiplayer” “game”.

“Multiplayer”, because you are technically playing with other people, even if you never directly interact with them, and “game”, because it’s more of a digitally interactive exploration of human psychological than a traditional game.

But still, it’s pretty wildly popular for those out there with smart devices strapped to their flesh-parts, so I am going to delve in and try to predict WHAT’S IN THE BOX?!" (Lachlan Williams, OnlySP.com)

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Pozzle1356d ago

Haha. Love the Se7en reference!

Max Power1356d ago (Edited 1356d ago )

My phone (Galaxy S 4G, an oldie but a goldie) didn't run it very well so I had to uninstalled it.

kwyjibo1356d ago

Your phone ran it fine. It's their servers which are a problem.

Max Power1356d ago

Hmmm, that's possible. It did take several times to actually access the game, or join, as they put it, and I also didn't see anyone else breaking cube. I guess I'll have to give it another shot tomorrow or something.

majiebeast1356d ago

A tree and it will grow when you play the game^^

soundslike1356d ago

Its a job, or stake in the company.

lawks_land1356d ago

I respect Curiosity, and don't dislike the experience of it, but it is a little bit sinister, like poker machines or the lotto.

Max Power1356d ago

It is pretty dumb that so many people contribute to breaking layers, but only one person will be able to see what's in the cube.

Hufandpuf1356d ago

That's the point. If only one can see what's in there, they will want to keep playing in order to be the first one. It keeps players coming back instead of just waiting for one guy to open it and then being like "ah"

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