Win 20K With Unity Environment Challenge

Win 20K With Unity Environment Challenge

Build and amazing real-time environment and enter to get a chance to win $30,000 worth of prizes, and a $20K grand prize.

Build an amazing real-time environment and enter to get a chance to win $20,000.

Unity has just announced a new contest. Under the Neon Challenge users are required to build a futuristic real-time environment in Unity, using some of the amazing concept art by Georgi Simenov.

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You’ve seen Neon, so now we invite you to create your own futuristic real-time environment scene. We’re providing you some amazing concept art from the Art Director of ADAM Episode I, Georgi Simeonov, to inspire your production work or build a scene based on your own original idea. You can see a few pieces from him below, but dive into the rest of the concept art he is providing here on Unity Connect.

You will be able to use your own assets, stuff from Unity Asset Store, as well as some cool features of the Post-Processing Stack. The company will be providing tutorials and resources to ease the production process. The prize pool is over $31,000 in prizes. Plus there’s a grand prize of $20,000!

The contest begins today, December 1 and will run until January 15. This challenge is open to individual creators or teams. More information can be found below.

Key Downloads

  • Unity -The most recent version of Unity. Download
  • Cinemachine – A powerful, easy- to-use procedural camera system. Download
  • Post Processing Stack – An all-in-one post-process effects pipeline. Download
  • Timeline – Included in the Unity editor, a tool for creating cinematic content and gameplay sequences. Read more
  • Unity Asset Store – A catalog of over 40K assets and tools. Explore to find useful models, tools, and plugins to help you build your scene. See all assets and Neon Challenge Reccomended Assets.
  • Unity Recorder – Unity Recorder captures video and images during gameplay and records to various media formats. Download

Learning Resources


Unity User Manual – Documentation

Cinemachine – Documentation

Timeline – Documentation

Post Processing Stack- Documentation


Resource Pages  

Unity Learn – Core resources for learning Unity including documentation, tutorials, and webinar courses

Unity for Artists – A collection of resources and learning material for Artist and Animators


Official Unity Video Tutorials

Cinemachine, Timeline, and Post Processing Stack Tutorial

Getting Started With Timeline

Using Cinemachine: Post Processing

Using Cinemachine: Track and Dolly

Using Cinemachine: FreeLook Camera

Using Cinemachine: State Driven Cameras


Community Tutorials

Intro to Timeline by Brackeys

Intro to Cinemachine by Brackeys

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  • Vyacheslav

    I need to use only this Arts? or i can combine style of few works???



    ·4 years ago·
  • shahan

    are keijiro takahashi's assets on github also okay to use?



    ·4 years ago·

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