Because Why Shouldn't a Toy Helicopter Contain a Nuclear Bomb

I've been working my way through the many, many, many games created during last weeend's 2-day Peter Molydeux Game Jam. Now that there are videos, it's much easier to share the ones that stand out, so yesterday I gave it a stab. » 4/05/12 9:15pm 4/05/12 9:15pm

Play More Than 200 Ridiculous Peter Molydeux Games Right Now

Ever wanted to play a video game where you and seven friends control the legs of an octopus? How about where you play as a pigeon and fly from building to building, convincing businessmen not to jump to their deaths? How about a game where the "pause" button is your only weapon? » 4/02/12 2:00pm 4/02/12 2:00pm

Peter Molydeux Game Jam Expands to Germany, Portugal, Vegas and Beyond

What would Molydeux? In about a week and a half, we're going to find out. That question, of course, is the name of the coming international game jam that will give game developers in locations around the world 48 hours to break into teams and come up with games based on the wacky game design ideas of Peter Molydeux,… » 3/21/12 9:30pm 3/21/12 9:30pm

Peter Molydeux Game Jam Expands to Cities Around the Globe

"What Would Molydeux?", the cheekily titled game jam dedicated to the weird and occasionally brilliant ideas of the twitter persona Peter Molydeux, continues to grow. What started as a goof on twitter quickly became a San Francisco event, which expanded to New York and the UK and possibly even convinced the real Peter… » 3/16/12 2:30pm 3/16/12 2:30pm

These Nutty Game Ideas Deserve To Be Turned Into Real Video Games

I gotta say, I think that Chris Hecker makes some good points when he calls out the video game industry for a lack of variety. Too many games are the same old thing! We need new, fresh ideas! We need smart, creative thinking! In short, we need Peter Molydeux. » 3/13/12 8:00pm 3/13/12 8:00pm

Twitter Responds to Fake Peter Molyneux, Offers To Reopen His Account

Peter Molyneux satire Twitter account remains shut down, but the man behind the parody Tweets tells Kotaku he's working with Twitter to try and get it back up and running. » 11/29/11 6:00pm 11/29/11 6:00pm

An Interview With the Man Behind Gaming's Funniest Fake Twitter Account

It is one of the most followed Twitter accounts in the gaming world, and it doesn't belong to Miyamoto, Cliffy B, or Warren Spector. With almost 15,000 followers, Molydeux (with a D) is a parody account that draws its inspiration from the overly-ambitious ideas of veteran game developer Peter Molyneux (with an N), and … » 10/12/11 4:30am 10/12/11 4:30am