Molyneux’s cube game renamed to avoid NASA confusion
Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube killed the cat.
Because those senseless imbeciles at NASA decided to do something vaguely interesting and actually send something into the far-reaches of space for once, Peter Molyneux has had to rename his first ‘experiment’ to avoid confusion.
Previously known as Curiosity, Molyneux’s new experimental ‘game’ is to be called ‘Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube?’ I think we might have a new winner for most cumbersome and unwieldy title for anything, ever.
Apparently such lumbering prose wasn’t Molyneux’s decision, mind, after he tweeted: “Not what I voted for but ho hum. I wanted to call it ‘Cube of Duty.'”
Curiosity, as we’ll all continue to call it, sees players simultaneously tapping away at a cube to reveal something, only Peter himself knows what’s inside. We’re betting on some sort of Kinder Surprise toy you have to assemble yourself.
Curiosity: Blah blah blah blah is due out next month on iOs and Android, after being delayed earlier this month.