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It seems that a few entries where missed in the recent judging of the Make Something Unreal contest. Read on to find out more.

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The Make Something Unreal contest is a big thing and so it's only natural that a few mistakes should come up during any of the stages. There was a few errors with moving files around via FTP for the final judging of Phase 3 of the Million Dollar contest, here is the official word.

Steve_Polge wrote: After we announced the results for Phase 3 of the Intel $1000000 Make Something Unreal Contest, we discovered to our dismay that a small number of entries had not been judged because of some problems which occurred while moving entries between FTP sites.

We've gone back and judged all the entries which were missed, and have the following additional awards and mentions to announce. These are additional to the existing awards, and do not affect already awarded prizes.

  • Archasis II: Finalist and Fourth place best Non-FPS mod (tie with current fourth place)
  • DM-CBP3-Cydian: Honorable Mention for Best CTF or DM map.
  • WAR-Iridi: Finalist in the Best Warfare or VCTF Category.
  • WAR-RockPaperScissors: Finalist in the Best Warfare or VCTF Category.

Make sure you check out the rest of the Winners here.

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Tokoya
Tokoya

Bad luck for them, but at least they were ultimately recognized ^^

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AlCool
AlCool

At least they got recognized!

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Shoelip
Shoelip

Doesn't this basically mean that in the end they had no chance of winning no matter what since someone else already did before they were judged and they couldn't very well take the prize back?

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Shnooter
Shnooter

MSUC is kinda pointless now they have released the UDK. Yea it might be different licensing but not a big enough difference to make small developers want to enter and then have to port across to the UDK if they don't win... unless the next time (if there is one) Epic allow people to develop their game in the UDK.

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