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An Interview With Curiosity Winner Bryan Henderson | Game Informer

It's been a whirlwind day for Peter Molyneux's new 22 Cans studio. Not only did the Curiosity experiment come to a close, but the developer has been thrust back into the spotlight. The prize at the center of the Curiosity cube went to Edinburgh resident Bryan Henderson. Game Informer got a chance to chat with him about his sudden fame.

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ZodTheRipper1129d ago (Edited 1129d ago )

This interview is hilarious, I'm sure the people who were really dedicated to the game and invested a lot of time in it are gonna be mad once they read this.

rainslacker1129d ago

LOL, that's hilarious. Young guy though. Does make me curious how Godus will be set up, and whether people will accept him as a "God".

FamilyGuy1129d ago

Wow...
one hour

lucky kid, really lucky.

Jovanian 1128d ago (Edited 1128d ago )

pfffftahaaha the god of 'Godus' is an atheist, this is so poetically ironic I can't help but laugh

anywho, that was a pretty lucky win by him. I bet it will be fun to be the god of the Godus game, whatever it is.

-Gespenst-1128d ago

Rrrrright. I mean does he even want to do this? Sounds like a lot of work and responsibility, and they're just forcing it on him. What does his job as God entail? Does he just configure global gameplay mechanics or something while people are playing? Is he like some sort of gamemaster / master server?

I mean it's life changing because now he's been forced to basically have a paid job haha. And what if Godus sucks? It looks alright I guess, but isn't it just some android game? Seems just like a glorified internet game or something.

It's also hilarious that he'd only been playing the game for an hour, and the video's all like "after all your efforts... we are finally here... behold."