Curiosity has players on mobile devices chip away layers of a gigantic cube in the hope of discovering what's at the center. Apparently, it's something pretty special. As of today, players have removed 30 layers, but it seems there are still plenty more to go.
The updates are designed "by looking at how people interact with Curiosity," Molyneux tells CVG. Considering the game has been plagued by server issues and bugs since its launch on November 6, perhaps the updates are "a better connection" and "a refund for all those coins you lost."
Now, before we see another barrage of comments complaining that a story on Molyneux isn't necessary, remember that CVG has a Curiosity liveblog. You're welcome.