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Submitted by creatif 363d ago | interview

Peter Molyneux: 'The god-game genre was almost invented for free-to-play'

The veteran games designer discussed his recent Curiosity and Godus projects at the F2P Summit in London. "I feel that the god-game genre embodies everything that free-to-play is," he said. "The god game genre was almost invented for free-to-play 25 years ago. It works so beautifully for what free-to-play represents." (Android, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Peter Molyneux, Project Godus)

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