on 01-11-2011 08:49 PM - last edited on 02-11-2011 08:11 AM by Envisager
Six weeks ago we set the LittleBigPlanet community a seemingly simple challenge: Build a contraption capable of getting from one side of a wall to the other without touching it. More than 120 people took part in the CC14: Wall Jumper challenge, creating some truly unique machines. It was tough but we finally managed to whittle those down to a top five then asked you to vote for the final winner.
Voting ended on Friday. We've counted-up the votes and put together this video to showcase not only the finalists and the winner, but also some of the other entries that we really liked but didn't make the final five.
Congratulations to the creator of The Earthbound Hopper, PPp_Killer - and a massive thank you to everyone who entered and who voted. But PPp_Killer isn't the only winner of CC14.
For the first time, creators were able to use the PlayStation Move in their Contraption Challenge entries. Because not everyone has a Move controller yet, we decided to judge these levels separately - that way they wouldn't be unfairly disadvantaged in the public vote. We've put together another video to show-off the incredible motion-controlled contraptions the creators came up with. They're all the more impressive when you realise that the LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack had only been out for three days when CC14 started!
Well done to the team behind POPfizz: Dav1d0, Slaeden-Bob, DragonHeart12321 and tjaldex225. All of you, along with PPp_Killer, have bagged yourselves the exclusive 'Contraption Challenge Winner' pin which you should see popping-up inside your Pods in the next few days.
on 01-11-2011 09:22 PM
wow, thanks guys!
On behalf of the POPfizz team, thankyou all for voting and special thanks to the judges for your time
Also, congratulations to Ppp_killer... loved your work
on 01-11-2011 10:21 PM
All of those were really great and a well deserved top 10.
I'd also like to say the cut scenes with the numbers are exceptional too.
A nice little thing to come home to tonight
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