on 28-07-2012 12:01 AM
In case you somehow failed to notice, there’s a rather major sporting event starting today. So, naturally, we have an appropriately themed challenge for you!
We want you to make a contraption that completes not one, not two, but three Olympic events in quick succession:
When all of your incredible creations are done and published, we’ll play the levels and pick five finalists. You’ll get the chance to vote which one you liked the best and we’ll release a video counting down to reveal the winner, who will be awarded both a Prize Crown and a Contraption Challenge Pin! This super-rare in-game pin is awarded to only the best of the best in recognition of your creative skillz of awesome for you to proudly display on your profile.
Want an easy link to bookmark so you can always find the latest challenge thread? Look no further.
You can follow us on Twitter @LBPContraptions to keep up-to-date with all the latest news about the challenges. You can also subscribe to our mailing list to receive email alerts wherever something happens. There’s also the PSN account LBPContraptions, where all CC related levels will be published (keep an eye on this when the voting begins).
And finally, be sure to check out our YouTube channel, where we feature all finalists from every challenge.
on 28-07-2012 12:18 AM
on 28-07-2012 02:06 PM
I have a question. Does the contraption need to jump over the obstacles? Or can you for example fly over them?
The key expression is here:
3. Hurdle Jumping – Jump over at least 3 hurdles, one by one, without hitting them.
i.e. the contraption must touch down between the hurdles.
How it actually goes about 'jumping' is up to the creator.
on 28-07-2012 08:36 PM
Awesome contest, it seems to be a good challenge so im going to enter Iv got a question, are we aloud to have 2 objects that are connected to each other that eventually detach but control both inside of the one control seat?
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