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Curiosity, Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Evil Within, Wargaming, Fuse, Xbox One: Speed Run

Curiosity — What's Inside the Cube? from 22 Cans came to an end over the weekend. We spent some time with MachineGames' Wolfenstein: The New Order and Tango Gameworks' The Evil Within. Wargaming will unveil its first console game at E3. We reviewed Insomniac Games' Fuse and decided it's not the kind of shooter you should play solo. We've got a bit more information on the Xbox One and its relationship with the internet. Curiosity: What's Inside the Cube? ends, makes one UK player a "god" Curiosity winner weighs in on "life changing" prize and the perks of being a god Wolfenstein: The New Order and finding balance between old and new The Evil Within's first 15 minutes sets a spooky and suspenseful tone Wargaming bringing its first console game to E3 2013 Fuse review: energy crisis ...

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The end of Curiosity is just the beginning for 22Cans, says Peter Molyneux

In six months of touchscreen-tapping fun, Curiosity players have uncovered more than 270 layers of the titular box. Now, developer 22Cans has decided to bring the game to an end: From this point forward — 11:22 a.m. ET on May 1 — the next 50 layers of the cube will be its last. Once they've been tapped away, the "life-changing" secret within will be revealed to the world. "Enough's enough, for crying out loud," said Molyneux in a phone interview with Polygon yesterday. "It's been six months, and some people's fingers are probably bleeding from tapping so much." The studio's second reason for closing Curiosity is that 22Cans must transition to full production on Godus, the reinvention of the god game for which the studio raised more than £525,000 on Kickstarter last fall. Molyneux said...

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Curiosity creators 22Cans address connection problems, disappearing coins in special video

22Cans Studios shared a video today addressing the problems Curiosity players are having getting onto servers and with disappearing coins. The humorous video walks viewers through the studio as one of the game's designers haggles the development team regarding the issues, including director Peter Molyneux. Curiosity was released on iOS and Android on Tuesday. Almost immediately following the release the game's servers were overwhelmed, resulting in connectivity issues and preventing some players from participating. The game has also been suffering a bug in which in-game coins randomly disappear without chance of recovery. "Basically we and our server are overwhelmed by the number of people trying out the experiment," Molyneux tweeted on Tuesday, asserting that the team is working to...

Curiosity: What's Inside the Cube? Releases
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  • iOS
    • Released 11/07/2012
    • Publisher 22Cans
    • Developer 22Cans
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    • Released 11/07/2012
    • Publisher 22Cans
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