Not A Hero Bryan Henderson God
Bryan Henderson (right, not pink) in Not A Hero.Roll7

The winner of 22Cans experimental mobile game Curiosity: What's Inside The Cube? will appear in the next game from Olli Olli developers Roll7, Not A Hero.

Bryan Henderson was the Curiosity player to chip away the final "cubelet" from Curiosity's enormous cube, revealing the prize at its centre. That prize was the roll of "god of gods" in 22 Cans' next game Godus.

Henderson was also promised a slice of the game's revenue during the period he was the god of gods, but that feature – nor any multiplayer – has yet to be made for the game. Earlier this week 22Cans' head Peter Molyneux apologised for the game's current state.

Eurogamer also interviewed Henderson to find out about his experiences since winning Curiosity.

As a means of compensation for the prize Henderson is increasingly unlikely to receive, developers Roll7 have stepped in to give the 20-year-old Scot a role in Not A Hero – a "2¼D cover-based indie shooter".

In the video below, a character introduces Bryan as ("surprisingly") a god, before saying: "You should probably kneel before his awesomeness and tremble at his glorious benevolence." Bryan is then seen going through the game showing off his god-like powers.

It's a strange one, but that's Not A Hero. Roll7 are working on the game (as well as a sequel to indie skateboarding game Olli Olli) for release later in 2015 on Steam, PS4 and PS Vita.