What's inside the cube you ask? Infamy, that's what.

What's inside the cube you ask? Infamy, that's what.Did you chip away at the cube? Did you even download 22Can’s strange experiment to your mobile phone or other device? Were you burning up with curiosity to find out what was inside that infernal thing?

Well, wonder no longer, because Curiosity (What’s Inside the Cube?) came to an end today. Peter Molyneux made a video (embedded below) to announce what the winner received, and in Molyneux’s own words, the prize is rather life changing.

Kotaku reports that Bryan Henderson of Edinburgh, Scotland was the lucky participant to chip away the cube’s final block, and as such was able to claim the prize of being the god in Molyneux’s upcoming kickstarter darling, Godus. As Molyneux says in the video, “You will decide—intrinsically decide—on the rules the game is played by. You will share in the success of the product. Every time people spend money on Godus you will get a small piece of that pie. … You will have fame, you will have fortune, and you will have the power to introduce morals into a game.”

So, fame, fortune (?), digital omnipotence. What more could a guy ask for?