The Biggest Game in the Universe won’t be profitable, according to a game industry insider.
The mind games universe is currently estimated to have about 1 billion players, according a report from Bloomberg Businessweek.
That would make it the biggest game in history, with an estimated value of more than $3 billion.
The game has become such a hit with players, it’s even been released on multiple platforms, including the iPhone.
That means it’s now worth more than most sports teams and movie studios, according the report.
However, the company that created the games doesn’t see it that way.
“We don’t see this as a big-money business,” said Mike Giannascoli, president of Mind Games, in an interview with CNBC.
“It’s not a big company anymore.
There are no big corporations in the mind games world.
We’re not making a fortune.
We don’t get any of the big prizes, we don’t have any of those types of people.
It’s not like we’re making money out of mind games.”
Mind Games started out as a video game for children, but now it has games for teens and adults, and is expanding to include other genres, such as games for the blind.
The company says it has received nearly 3 million submissions so far.
The Mind Games Universe is still a relatively small universe of mind-bending puzzles and mind games.
The original Mind Games was created by game designer Steve Johnson and is based on the fictional game of Mind in the City.
The games were released on Apple computers, the Macintosh, and the Atari 2600.
But the Mind Games universe expanded to include a sequel, Mind Game 3, and a few spinoffs.
The series has spawned two sequels and a spinoff game for the iPad called Mind Games Forever.
A reboot is also in the works.