"What's inside the cube?" the world cried as one, tapping furiously at its many touchscreens. The cube did not answer, for the cube is all overloaded and a bit wonky right now. Peter Molyneux and his 22Cans studio are now soliciting donations for the tap-tapping experiment to beef up Curiosity's servers so people can continue the quest to uncover the hidden secret at the core which we're fairly confident will be massively underwhelming but still are pretty well, curious, about.
"We are a small independent developer and due to popular demand we now offer the option for kind people to donate, so that we can make Curiosity the best possible experience it can be," 22Cans says on its website above a big Paypal donate button. "However big or small the donation; it will really help us make Curiosity better."
Molyneux said last week that while 22Cans as so busy dealing with all the fuss, the planned PC edition may not happen without help from a publisher.
If you'd like to chip in a few bucks to further fascinating experimental game design, I'd personally recommend that you back the Sportsfriends Kickstarter.
Still, here's a recent video from 22Cans, where the gang talk about everything exploding: