Space contest results!
This page presents all the entries received during the space contest, which took place on the Creeper's Lab from September 21st to October 18th, 2014. This took place in a new world, named Amasia, always being in darkness to simulate outer space. The entries are listed below from the highest to the lowest score.
Three judges, Dr. Cossack, Mikey_el16 and Septina evaluated each entry on a note from 0 to 10. Criteras included how well the construction followed the given theme (space), how well the player used the space available and the amount of detail that has been added. Additionally, the judges provided comments to explain how each entry was rated.
Space & Moon Elevators
Dr. Cossack: The complexity and scope of it all is impressive, and you're the only ones who dared to risk using all the space available. All the touches you both added really make this work: guided tour, guidebook, space suits, even underground areas... You obviously know the topic in-depth!
Septina: I love the use of space you did with your buildings
Dr. Cossack: The mighty Saturn V, almost ready for launch! Full scale reproductions are always nice, and you worked the details well. The flag is an extremely nice touch, difficult to get right at this scale!
Septina: nice details, but looks like you ran out of time for the booster you were building
Cirrus Inn & Bar
Dr. Cossack: A rest stop is a good idea: weary travelers definitely enjoy having a place to take a break! The nether brick tower could have used some colorful highlight: the dark color, with a dark sky, means that it doesn't stand out very well.
Dr. Cossack: Very funny and creative idea: a fake Moon landing studio! Lots of nice touches all around, and the oldish looking cameras really seal the deal. A car or two in the parking lot would have made things even better!
Septina: "It's a conspiracy man!"
Dr. Cossack: This space ship features several good ideas, such a detailed hull and actual cargo. The giant anchor looks great! You should add a way for people to be able to visit the inside, though.
Septina: Space ship is kind of empty inside
Dr. Cossack: It seems like you were off to a good start, but just kind of fell apart. I'd love to see it finished eventually!
Septina: planet? moon? Deathstar?
Dr. Cossack: I expected to see more fictional starships overall, but you delivered a fine one! The outside textures feel a bit flat, though, and the insides look a bit barren.
Septina: Where do they sleep?
Dr. Cossack: You had a fun theme going, it's too bad that you didn't come back to finish it. You can always do it later!
Septina: "Yoda, where is?"
Dr. Cossack: It looks like you had a neat idea, but didn't carry it through. Making an entire star field with various cosmic elements could have been interesting!
Septina: Black Hole idea is nice, but looks unfinished
Two other creations were also made in Amasia in the spirit of the contest, but weren't officially entered as the builders were also judges.