Peter Molyneux talks 22 Cans experiment Curiosity

Tap away at a cube, find out what's inside.

Peter Molyneux revealed one of 22 Cans’ first experimental projects during GameTrailers’s E3 All Access Live.

Dubbed Curiosity, the experimental project is set in a whie room, with a single black cube sitting in the middle of the room. Tap that cube, and you will zoom into it, only to reveal it is made up of millions of smaller cubes. The object of the experiment is to tap away at the cubes, along with other players who are also tapping away at the same cube, in order to find out what’s inside. Ultimately, only one person will experience what is inside, which is Molyneux claims is so wonderfully “amazing.”

This doesn’t sound to be an official project from the company. Like we’ve stated multiple times above, it’s more of an experiment.

Update: I didn’t catch this, but according to Joystiq, this is coming to PC and iOS in six weeks.

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