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.
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.
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.
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!