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Make Something Unreal Contest - Grand Prize Winners Revealed

The Grand Prize Winners of the Make Something Unreal Contest have been announced.

The grand prize winners in the Best Game Mod category can be viewed at and are recognized as follows:

First Place: The Haunted by Michael Hegemann and The Haunted Team
Prize: $50,000 + commercial license for Unreal Engine 3

Second Place: The Ball by Toltec Studios
Prize: $40,000

Third Place: Angels Fall First: Planetstorm by the AFF: Planetstorm team
Prize: $30,000

Fourth Place: Prometheus by Rachel Cordone and The Prometheus team
Prize: $20,000

Fifth Place: Hazard: The Journey of Life by Alexander Bruce
Prize: $10,000



The grand prize winners in the Educational category are recognized as follows:

First Place: IT University of Copenhagen (Steam Racers, The Witching Hour, Cubes of Serenity, Chalupa, Takeshi’s Gladiators)
Prize: $10,000

Second Place: Art Institute of California, L.A. (UT2D Killing Time, vCTF-Boilerplate Team Art Mod, Millagun UT2D, Deadman's Tales)
Prize: $5,000

Third Place: Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia (Hazard: The Journey of Life, Steel Halo)
Prize: $5,000

Fourth Place: Högskolan i Skövde, Sweden (Sanctum)
Prize: $5,000

Many exceptional mods are being ported to the recently released Unreal Development Kit (UDK), the free edition of Unreal Engine 3 that provides uncompromised access to the same award-winning toolset used by many of the world’s best game developers. UDK games require no additional software for installation, so anyone can easily try them out. Demo versions of Prometheus and The Ball are available now as free UDK downloads.

And here's the video of the award presentation: