Not one but two fans walk away with the Steam-enabled Dejobaan Complete Pack for wowing our (admittedly biased) judges with exceptional creations of titanic proportions. We also chose three creations which grant the designers whatever Dejobaan game they want the most.
We asked fans to build a damned Titan, using a lovely editor developer Elliot Borenstein had constructed. Dozens of fans heeded the call and submitted titans we'd never imagine in our wildest dreams or nightmares (in a good way). In the end, Elliot chose Tyler Coleman of Retro Game Studios for his unnamed Titan. Elliot said of all the Titans, Tyler's was the one he'd want to fight the most:
One of Elliot's honorable mentions was John Polson's favorite of the bunch and second winner of the Dejobaan Complete Pack: Andrew Rudge's Scorpion. John concedes that he's played and watched a little too much sci-fi. Thusly, Andrew is celebrated for having touched on one of John's soft spots.
Elliot's other honorable mentions give us the excuse to share a few more great designs! Each designer also gets one Dejobaan game of his or her choosing! Check 'em out! Ms Kitty Fantastico from Adam Howell:
Elliot particularly appreciated this accompanying text:
"Please be gentle. She'll bite if:
- You touch her back paws.
- You touch her belly.
- You pick her up and hold her for too long.
- You sing Soft Kitty in her presence.
- You disparage Dr. Peter Venkman, Dr. Raymond Stanz, Dr. Egon Spengler, or Winston Zeddmore."
Next up, we honor Richard and his 10 titans! Wow. From Elliot, "Several of his are interesting. I lean towards [the below] number 'D' (possibly because it makes me think of Deep Space 9)."
Lastly, we introduce the world to Juan Del Rio's Mini Titan Hugs. This one is pretty damn cute and is a great way to end the blog post. Thanks for everyone who submitted! We send you all titanic hugs!