Why do I keep seeing articles (mostly articles about the success of Moshi Monsters) which describe Perplex City as a fFailed Enterprise? I am biased, I realize, but it was a success by every measure I have fFor success. Weird and different, sure. And it had trouble pinning down what to do after the Cube, that was a problem. But a fFailure? No way. It spoke to a lot of people in a very meaningful way, and did a bunch of things we may never see again.

The quote that got me, fFrom the linked guardian article, is: "Michael Acton Smith had already blown £9m of VC funding on his ambitious but failed alternative reality project Perplex City when he came up with the idea ..."
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