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  • Summary: Please take a look at this video to hear from the 22cans team directly on what we are doing to resolve this. ** Join thousands of people worldwide to simultaneously chip away at a giant cube to discover the life-changing secret buried inside. Deep in the centre of the cube is something life-changingly amazing, but only the first person to reach the centre will discover what’s inside.

    ***On your journey to the centre of the cube you shall discover many experiences...***

    ✔ Join thousands of people in being part of a one-of-a-kind social experiment
    ✔ Earn coins for chipping away at the cube and spend them on new destructive and playful tools to get to the centre of the cube faster. The more you chip away, the more powerful you become.
    ✔ Enjoy the addictive nature of chipping away at the cube.
    ✔ Make beautiful music just by interacting with the cube.
    ✔ Experiment with creating text and pictures just by chipping shapes into the surface of the cube.
    ✔ Watch the cube evolve as the world’s impact on the cube’s surface changes over time.
    ✔ Each layer of the cube holds something unique for the world to reveal.
    ✔ How many cracks in the cube can you make in fast succession? Earn coins the longer you can last and compare your score with your friends.
    ✔ Invite your friends to indulge their curiosity, compare your progress together, and find each other on the cube.
    ✔ Relax to the very therapeutic activity and soundscape.
    ✔ Experiment with various techniques. Everyone interacts with the cube in their own way!
    ✔ Keep revisiting the cube over time to find new surprises.
    ✔ This is the first of 22 experiments from the legendary designer Peter Molyneux.

    Will the power of curiosity bring the world together?
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 2 out of 6
  1. Nov 11, 2012
    It's difficult to put a numerical score to an experience like Curiosity, but it deserves to be experienced by as many people as possible.
  2. Nov 11, 2012
    I kind of enjoy tapping away at these glass blocks anyway just to kill some time and working with thousands of others towards one ultimate goal.
  3. Nov 14, 2012
    Is Curiosity a good game? No, not by a long shot, even if it could function properly without the constant server problems. But that's really the point, it seems, to experiment on how long people will continue to play even while knowing that it isn't good.
  4. Nov 11, 2012
    No matter where you stand on all of this, I think we can all agree that server issues are a total bummer. Curiosity suffers from them, and at times it kept me from even firing the game up. I'm hopeful the issue will be fixed in a forthcoming patch, but as of now it's a pretty big annoyance.
  5. Nov 14, 2012
    Ugly, uninspiring and almost unplayable.
  6. Nov 11, 2012
    Curiosity isn't even a game: it's a child's toy, stripped of depth and without an ounce of respect for its audience's intelligence.
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
  1. Dec 1, 2012
    Curiosity is a large social oriented game where the entire iOS (and Android) community chips away at the massive block. The block consists of trillions of tiny cubes, organized into layers. Each layer destroyed reveals a picture or a color. When you break these tiny little glass cubes, you can earn some coins.With these coins you can earn you can buy chisels and bombs and such to help destroy the blocks quicker. Curiosity is not a game. The only thing that you pretty much do is break blocks, and I find that to be extremely boring. Maybe someday one lucky person will find what Expand