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+ - What's in the Cube? Curiosity Goes Viral As Millions Want In->

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kkleiner writes "Just days ago game developer 22Cans released a game "Curiosity — What's in the Cube" that has become an overnight viral sensation, taking down the company's servers as millions try to get in. The premise is simple: Everybody in the world can access the same giant cube made up of 64 billion smaller cubes deposited in countless layers. Players destroy the little cubes to earn coins. Coins buy tools promoting more efficacious cube destruction and coin earnage. What’s in the middle of the cube? Only one lucky person will find out – the person that destroys the last cube."
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What's in the Cube? Curiosity Goes Viral As Millions Want In

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Consultants are mystical people who ask a company for a number and then give it back to them.