Godus Features

Feature"It was tempting to retire…"

After his self-imposed press exile, Peter Molyneux returns in an exclusive Eurogamer interview.

Peter Molyneux has changed. He's a new man with a new plan, after what he tells me was the most difficult year of his career.

FeatureRich Stanton on: Requiem for a dreamer

The god-damned tragedy of Peter Molyneux.

The story of how Peter Molyneux got his big break in the games industry is revealing. After his first game The Entrepreneur failed to sell, Molyneux gave up on games and started exporting baked beans to the Middle East. Soon afterwards Commodore, confusing Molyneux's company Taurus with a networking company called Torus, flew him to the States and mistakenly offered him ten brand-new Amigas.

FeatureThe God who Peter Molyneux forgot

For Curiosity winner Bryan Henderson, the prize inside the cube has been anything but life-changing.

During the early afternoon of 26th May 2013, 18-year-old Scot Bryan Henderson tapped on Peter Molyneux's Curiosity cube for the last time. He had won the game.

FeatureCan Godus be fixed?

Fewer clicks don't mean more fun in the 2.0 version of Molyneux's god game.

Godus isn't ready for a re-review yet, but with version 2.0 promising to bring "vast changes", we sent Chris Donlan back in to get the new lay of the land. He's spent 30 hours playing version 2.0.4 (a new update allows access to developer builds). So is 22Cans' "regenesis of the god game" starting to make sense?