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Peter Molyneux and his team at 22cans are a visionary group, but that vision didn’t include a million people eager to find out what’s inside the cube in the developer’s first foray into experimental mobile games. Today 22cans thanks tappers for their patience and promises to fix the connection and coin-retention problems with Curiosity.
It seems the world is indeed curious about what’s inside the cube. 22 Cans, the new experimental studio headed by Peter Molyneux (Fable, Black & White, Populous), launched their much-discussed new mobile app Curiosity today.
Some people have cool jobs. And then there’s Scott Maxwell, who has one of the best gigs on two planets. He’s one of the people who drives the Curiosity Rover on Mars. How do you get that job? What’s it like? And how does it compare to all the sci-fi and video game fantasies we’ve all had about this kind of thing?
I could make some attempt at linking this incredible footage of Curiosity’s descent into Mars, I could remind you of the multiple video games that have been set on Mars, or I could ramble on about Mass Effect. But really, I’m posting this because it’s incredible, and you should watch it. We’re on Mars, people. We are on Mars.
Just a fake video made by a fake version of Peter Molyneux, who says it’s the fake reason he left fake Microsoft.