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Submitted by meevil 1171d ago | opinion piece

Please pledge to Godus. It’s a project that truly deserves your funding.

"Now, I’m not saying I want Peter Molyneux to adopt me, but I wouldn’t necessarily complain if he did.

Just think how amazing it would be if the infamous creator of classic games such as Fable and Dungeon Keeper was your Dad. Just spending a single day with him would be the coolest thing ever.

You could play Theme Hospital in the morning (and laugh at the ridiculous illnesses you force your team of hard working doctors to cure) before moving onto Theme Park World at lunchtime, taking it in turns to plan your employees patrol areas. Then, at the days end, you could relax with a quick game of The Movies, writing, casting and directing your own feature length film. Maybe the title of the film could be “The Best Day Ever”. Who knows." (22 Cans, GODUS, PC, Peter Molyneux)

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