Epic has announced the winners of the latest Make Something Unreal competition, with the $50,000 grand prize and commercial Unreal Engine 3 licence going to the developers of survival horror modification The Haunted.

The Haunted sees "the forces of evil" planning to invade Earth, leaving a small band of humans to sort them out. Pesky forces of evil.

Epic praised its "intense survival horror gameplay, rich multiplayer modes, and nightmarish themed graphics" in handing down the prize. The mod is available to download from moddb.com.

Runners-up in the competition, which doles out $1 million worth of prizes to the best Unreal Tournament III modifications, according to organisers, include The Ball, Angels Fall First: PlanetStorm, Prometheus and Hazard: The Journey of Life.

Meanwhile, the IT University of Copenhagen won the educational prize, with the Art Institute of California coming second.

Check out the official website for the full list of winners and opportunities to download their work.

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