Bob has crashed on a strange planet, lost a bunch of parts for his ship and above all, is late for work! Find the lost parts and rebuild your ship along the way to solve challenging, physics-based puzzles. You can build your ship any way you like in the ship builder – try to find the coolest ship-design for the puzzle at hand! Rebuild your ship any way You like Find the lost parts and tools for Your ship – You’ll need them to solve puzzles! 25 Chapters of solid level design and clever puzzles Many hours of replayability, with secrets, Achievements, Leaderboards and more

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Our Unity contest has come to a close, with over 50 entries and 10 amazing finalists, the quality of entries has been amazing. We asked for original concepts and we had an amazing response but in the end there can only be 2 winners.

Posted by Henley on Jul 21st, 2010

Our Unity contest has come to a close, with over 50 entires and 10 amazing finalists, the quality of entries has been amazing. We asked for original concepts and we had an amazing response but in the end there can only be 2 winners. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Unity 3D for the amazing prizes, both the Unity iPhone and the Unity Pro licenses are worth over $3600!

Before you find out who the winners are why not take a look at the ten finalists who all made it so difficult to pick winners. Honorable mention goes out to Pirates of new Horizons whom both the Unity and IndieDB team agreed had the best art direction. And also an honorable mention to Bloom who we felt had a very interesting gameplay mechanic.

RUNNER UP: Ayla

Ayla is a decendant of an ancient great empire that once created  a device that could manipulate gravity, but their careless use of it  shifted the world violently out of balance. The device was sealed away in a great temple for decades but as an  alien threat has come to seek the power that once shook the universe  Ayla decides to take the device to the planets core and use it to fight  off the attackers. Ayla wins a Unity Pro Licence worth $1200.

Ayla Screenshots Ayla Screenshots

WINNER: Bob Came in Pieces

Bob has crashed on a strange planet, lost a bunch of parts for his ship  and above all, is late for work!  Find the lost parts and rebuild your ship along the way to solve  challenging, physics-based puzzles. You can build your ship any way you  like in the ship builder – try to find the coolest ship-design for the  puzzle at hand! Bob Came in Pieces wins a Unity Pro / iPhone Pro license worth $2400.

Bob Came In Pieces Bob Came In Pieces

A big thanks to Unity and all those who entered, for all those entrants who didn't get lucky this time keep at it, all the projects entered are really amazing!

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linfosoma
linfosoma Jul 21 2010, 3:38pm says:

Congrats, I habe Bob came in Pieces on Steam, nice game. I guess this means you'll be making an iPhone version? Good luck then!

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theM3nace
theM3nace Jul 21 2010, 5:17pm replied:

I'm not sure they can. Didn't steve say ""intermediate layers between the platform and the developer ultimately produces sub-standard apps."?
It basically means a no-go to third party development tools for iphone apps because the product will become "sub-standard".

I hope he changes his mind though. (Maybe one day I can convince my brother to program a porco rosso game for ipwn ^^.)

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NullSoldier
NullSoldier Jul 21 2010, 5:21pm replied:

He said that, however he was referring to flash. Steve jobs himself has demonstrated a Monotouch game during the iPhone 4 launch. Also all Unity games have been constantly accepted onto the iPhone marketplace without problems.

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linfosoma
linfosoma Jul 21 2010, 6:09pm replied:

Yes, I remember the people from Gameloft weren't too happy about that. But as NullSoldier mentioned, Steve's beef is with Adobe.

Meanwhile, the Android platform continues to take a bigger part of the smartphone market..

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Frie
Frie Jul 21 2010, 3:41pm says:

Congrats to the winners and thanks for the mention on behalf of "Pirates Of New Horizons"! Next time one of the licenses is ours!!! ;)

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INtense!
INtense! Jul 21 2010, 3:45pm replied:

I voted for you guys, and you only just missed out! Keep at it, I really like your games direction.

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Brian@NinthDimension
Brian@NinthDimension Jul 21 2010, 3:50pm says:

Congrats guys! The games look amazing!

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TheStrider
TheStrider Jul 21 2010, 3:52pm says:

Congratulations to Bob Came in Pieces! And especially to my fellow stundents on Ayla!

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Zacker_lvldsnr
Zacker_lvldsnr Jul 21 2010, 4:06pm says:

Huge congrats to the two winners, they totally deserve it! (although we ofcourse had our fingers crossed here in Warby's livingroom)

Thanks to IndieDb and Unity for organising cool contests like this! Hope to see another one in the future ;)

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Dremth
Dremth Jul 21 2010, 4:06pm says:

Does Bob Came in Pieces remind anyone else of Pikmin?

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DuckSauce
DuckSauce Jul 23 2010, 5:01am replied:

yep :D

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lancerfour
lancerfour Jul 21 2010, 4:24pm says:

Really good stuff. Congrats to the winners!

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maxim007
maxim007 Jul 21 2010, 4:34pm says:

Thanks everybody and wow!!! What great news! We are very honored to win this nice competition. And just want to say one more thing to my friend Filip who was participating with the Ayla-team: great work!

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MathiasCC
MathiasCC Jul 21 2010, 5:10pm says:

Wow! It feels amazing and honorable to win a license with such hard competition. Big grats to the Bob-team, amazing work! //Mathias - Ayla dev Team

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MrTambourineMan
MrTambourineMan Jul 21 2010, 5:41pm says:

Both games seem to be really really good, congratulations to the winner, the runner-up and all who participated!

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raymix
raymix Jul 21 2010, 6:56pm says:

at first i was like? What the hell? then i saw that bob was the winner.
Sad that indies didn't have chance to vote on this, outcome would be different probably, but bob would get my vote for sure

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Spare
Spare Jul 21 2010, 7:22pm says:

Bob Came in Pieces was fun.

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JamieEvans
JamieEvans Jul 22 2010, 1:41am says:

Congratulations to the two winners - you certainly deserve it. Amazing work!

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Sph!nx
Sph!nx Jul 22 2010, 7:25am says:

Hear, hear! Congrats guys. It's well deserved!

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Kamikazi[Uk]
Kamikazi[Uk] Jul 22 2010, 8:37am says:

Congrats to all teams that entered they all deserve it. Will have to check out that bob game :D.

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HRuivo
HRuivo Jul 22 2010, 8:56am says:

They really look very good. Congrats for such great games and the well deserved prize!

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reallyjoel
reallyjoel Jul 22 2010, 11:41am says:

Dremth: Yes, the story of BCIP reminds me of Pikmin's... and I wrote it. Thanks you guys for voting for us, this is awesome! We'll be sure to put the license to very good use! ;-)

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BunnyJen
BunnyJen Jul 23 2010, 7:39pm says:

Congrats! :D

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sake-bento
sake-bento Jul 24 2010, 4:38am says:

Congratulations! The winners and the finalists all look fantastic.

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Noesis_Interactive
Noesis_Interactive Jul 26 2010, 2:08pm says:

Great stuff, congrats to all the entries and winners!

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maxim007
maxim007 Aug 6 2010, 4:52am says:

Hey hey!!
Trailer of our new game is now online! Please check it out and let us know what you have to say about it :)

Ludosity.com

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azrael300
azrael300 Mar 21 2011, 10:45pm says:

minecraft is the winner if you were in the best indie game awards!

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