Curiosity winner registered an hour before winning

Bryan Henderson

The gamer who was lucky enough to uncover the final tile of the giant cube that made up Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity project has chimed in on what the prize means to him.

The winner of Curiosity was Bryan Henderson from Edinburgh, Scotland, who now gets to be the god of all people playing Godus, 22Cans’ next game, and will decide on the rules and “morals” that the game is played by, said Molyneux.

“People are going to hate me for this,” said Henderson, “but I only registered for the game earlier this morning, about an hour before I won the thing.”

Henderson will also take a share of the money that people spend in Godus, and Molyneux said that Henderson will accrue riches from the game from the start to the finish of his reign.

“I don’t think I understood that as much as I should have,” Henderson says. “But I think I’ve realised that it’s gonna be a bit.”

“My mom is ecstatic,” Henderson says. “She’s probably more excited than I am.”

When asked if he had played any previous Molyneux games, Henderson said that he hadn’t, but always wanted to try Fable.

Source: Wired,   Game Informer

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