It started as a joke.
Just a fake video made by a fake version of Peter Molyneux who says it's the fake reason he left fake Microsoft.
Curiosity is the name of the first title legendary designer Peter Molyneux has worked on since leaving Lionhead. This is not a trailer for that game.
Since writing it up on Monday, many more games have been added to the full list of playable prototypes from the goofy, high-energy Peter Molydeux game jam.
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?
This weekend, the Molydeux Game Jam—a wacky design fest based on the ideas of fake Twitter account (and Peter Molyneux parody) Peter Molydeux—will officially kick off in almost 30 locations worldwide.
What would Molydeux? We're about to find out.
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,…
"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…
Yesterday, there arose a game jam that will turn Peter Molydeux's wacky game ideas into real, playable games. Since then, things have… escalated.
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.
What if controllers had feelings? What if every time you yanked a power cord, your console started to scream? What if your games could cry?
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.
Earlier this week, the hilarious Twitter account tapping into the genius of game designer Peter Molyneux was silenced. Here's why.
Fake Peter Molyneux presents a trailer for a brilliantly fake game that blends bowling and survival horror to deliver something called a "cascore" experience.
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),…
Peter Molyneux is a famed English game designer, member of the Order of the British Empire and a wonderful interview.