Curiosity, the game experiment developed by Peter Molyneux's 22 Cans studio, will not come to PC without the help of a publisher, Molyneux told RPS.
The recently released title is currently available on mobile devices; However, the studio initially confirmed plans to bring the title to PC as well. Now this appears to be less likely given continued server issues and the small number of developers involved.
"We would love to do a PC version," said Molyneux, "but we are currently snowed under by the number of people using the Curiosity experiment (coming up to 1 million ) in a few days. This is pushing our servers to the limit. We are currently all surviving on less than three hours sleep a night. I guess if we could find a publisher who could take on the work of a PC version we could consider it."
Earlier in the week Molyneux announced the small independent team was working overnight to fix server issues due to an overwhelming number of users attempting to chisel away at the game's cube.
Curiosity is available for free on iOS and Android devices.
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