Curiosity recently found itself back in the news due to some in-app purchases that let users add or remove large groups of blocks from the experimental game. It's back once more, and thankfully, the end is nearly upon us; we'll -- or, potentially, only one of us, if the "winner" doesn't share -- will know what's inside the cube. It's said to be life-changing.
"If it goes at the same rate as it has at its height [to date] then we'll be going through about ten layers a day -- that means it'll be all over in five days," 22Cans' Peter Molyneux told Edge.
"If it goes at the same rate that it is at the moment -- one layer a day -- it's going to take fifty days. It shouldn't be too much longer but it really depends on how many people come back on to the cube." Knowing that the secret is almost out should prompt players to return. It better!
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destructoid's previous coverage: Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube?