Curiosity:What’s Inside The Cube Was Always Doomed To Failure!
Posted by TheDaddy on Sunday, 11th November, 2012
Bold statement you may say, but 100% accurate.
Since the first day that Curiosity launched, it has managed to accumulate 782,912 players, impressive you might say and it is, but it is also it’s undoing, as due to this high number of players and Peter Molyneux and his teams failure to provide enough server space (which caused huge connection issues) , plus the ongoing issues of coins disappearing and that crazy Facebook button that if you touch inadvertently deletes everything you have got added to the number of one star iTunes reviews, has meant that the number of daily players has dwindled to 4800 each removing 60 cublets daily.
Ok time for some maths, Peter stated that there will be 60,000,000,000 cublets in total, the combined daily amount removed is currently 288,000, therefore at the current rate it will take 208,333 days to complete (stick with me) so that makes…570 years, so unless someone has figured out how to extend our lives, our future generations may find out what is inside the cube!!!
In addition if he did have 700,000 players removing 60 cublets each a day, it would still take just under 4 years!
Now we know, we as gamers are a fickle bunch and if a game doesn’t work day one, we will just move onto the next thing, I predict that the numbers will continue to dwindle, so unfortunately the only people who will ever know what is inside the Cube is Peter and his team, guess it will go to their graves with them and if they had really thought about it they would have realised it was flawed from the start, it’s simple mathematics!