Since November 6 last year, the intriguing mobile and tablet game has drawn in about five million users, according to creator Peter Molyneux. If you are unaware of Curiosity: What’s inside the cube, the game asked players to tap away at tiny cubelets which together formed layers of a massive cube.
Now, some seven months later, user Bryan Henderson from Edinburgh has reached the centre of the cube and received what Mr Molyneux said would be a “Life changing prize”.
Once Bryan tapped the final cube, a video was revealed to him detailing his prize and in my opinion, it certainly can be life changing.
The video revealed that he will be granted the role of God in 22 Cans’ next project for PC and iOS, Godus.
“As God, the Curiosity winner will decide the rules under which the Godus game is played by and even share in the success of the product” said Molyneux.
“Every time people spend money on Godus, you will get a small piece of that pie,” he explained.
“It means that you will decide on how people will play a game. You will accrue riches from that game, from the start until the finish of your reign. That, by any definition of the word, is life changing.
“You will have fame, you will have fortune and you will have the power to introduce morals into a game.”
Molyneux went on to say the idea of having a single player act as god over an entire game genre came to him many years ago, but “it’s only now when we’re all connected that we have the power to do it.”
Molyneux also confirmed that 22 Cans may undergo another gaming experiment that’s “even more intriguing” in the future.
You can enjoy the video Bryan shared after clicking that final cube, below: