Peter Molyneux’s game development studio 22 Cans has been working on Godus since early 2013. It has finally been finished and is now available on Google Play for those of you who feel the need to play God. This particular game has players becoming a god-like deity who will be will be shaping their kingdom and lands.
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22 Cans is already working on their next game after having sucked the world free time away with their first release called Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube?. We have actually talked about this game already a few times in the past few weeks but for those of you who missed our previous coverage of Godus, this is what you can expect from 22 Cans next title.
Peter Molyneux and his 22 Cans studio are already working on a new game which they recently hit up Kickstarter with for additional funding to get the game completely. A cross between Populous and Dungeon Keeper, this game will be a blend of playing as a God-like deity, shaping your kingdom and lands, while meshing into it rather deep multiplayer gameplay.
While everyone sits around whacking away at a giant cube in the hopes of being the person to land the last hit which will then reveal the secret within the cube, Peter Molyneux and his studio called 22 Cans are already working on their next game called Godus. Once again they have hit up Kickstarter to get funding for this new project which has nothing to do with whacking or cubes.
When Peter Molyneux and his new studio, 22 Cans, released their social game experiment Curiosity: What’s Inside the Cube? the other day, they didn’t expect the response to be as overwhelming as it has been, having seen a much larger install and player base than originally expected. A lot of people want to know what is inside a cube and with Peter Molyneux promising it’ll blow your mind, I think everyone is a little bit curiosity as to what is in there.
We have talked about Peter Molyneux’s upcoming virtual piñata game coming in September a few times already, mostly because of the humor we find behind the entire thing. As we reported last week, the game was delayed from its August 22nd release date to sometime in September due to NASA having an issue with the game’s name being Curiosity. Well Mr. Molyneux has come up with a new name, not very original, but still somewhat new.