Giblets: Peter Molyneux’s Godus has hit iPad

Just a quick PSA for whichever Molyneux Faithfuls are left: the legendary developer’s latest (and much hyped) game Godus has been released on iPad. It’s a free download of about 85MB, but it has in-app purchases. Godus went through a successful Kickstarter campaign and around two years of development. The game was also integrally linked to Molyneux’s Curiosity experiment, which saw over 4 million people chip away 25 billion cubes over seven months. The person who chipped away the last cube (a Scottish chap called Bryan Henderson) now gets to be the one main god in Godus. Who know what that means for the newly released game; you can download it from the SA iTunes store right now to find out.

Raised by Wolves
If you love sci-fi, you’ll probably love Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves