BTM Linux / ASCII contest: the results
Last week, we organized a small ASCII art contest to celebrate the Linux version of Blocks That Matter properly and its recent release on Gameolith. We received something like 20 entries and this is really great considering the difficulty of the contest and the short period.
The 10 winners have been divided in two categories, “Probably Handmade ASCII art” (n°1 to 5) and “Probably Assisted ASCII art” (n°6 to 10). They win a code to download Blocks That Matter – Linux version on Gameolith for free.
“Level 004 – Self Testing” ASCII version (FRiZ)
BTM + Tetrobot + Gameolith Mash-up logo (Nemoder)
Swing Swing Submarine logo (Kurtis)
BTM + Linux + Gameolith in love (Neuromancer)
Fox from Seasons after Fall’s prototypes (Enimal)
Tetrobot sur l’herbe (Jay)
Sphere to block evolution (Matej)
Tetris tribute (Quido)
Tetrobot logo (Fifas)
Tux Gameolith (Bruno)
Thank you to all participants!
Merci pour ton soutien Romain !
Bravo a tous les participants! ^^
Je viens enfin d’acheter le jeu sur steam, et je l’adore^^
Bravo!!! J’ attend Seasons after fall avec encore plus d’impatience maintenant^^
Longue vie a Swing Swing Submarine^^
Hehe, you’re so nice 🙂
Thanks for participating!
We also loved the No1 :] And FRiZ is also an impressive and active level creator in the community section of the game!
When you will be done with the main adventure, I think you’ll be impressed by the qualities of his levels creations (nickname in the game: FRIZ, you can filter by creator names thanks to the search option).
Thanks again to all the participants, and in a general way to all the level creators in the community section!
Thank you for great opportunity and the prize. I haven’t thought of getting one. I see that the competition was tough. I really like the hand made ones. Especially the No1. It is a wonderful idea.
Fantastic! With great inspiration comes great digital art!
Yes they are really nice ^^
Thanks again, sailors !
Don’t they all look just wonderful? 🙂