Developer Cameron Owen has won $20,000 for his flight-based arcade racer, which was selected ahead of more than 500 fellow entrants.
Unity Technologies‘ Flash development lead Lucas Meijer said: “Not only is Tail Drift incredibly fun, but it also shows off both the amazing technology and fast development capabilities of Unity.
“It’s extremely gratifying to see the development community adopt and take off at such a rapid pace with the new beta, and we can’t wait to see the stellar work that is still in store.”
CEO David Helgason added: “This was a thrilling contest for all of us at Unity. Our engineers have created some terrific technology for the Flash platform and it’s truly inspiring to see so many developers adopt and create such amazing games so quickly.
Three games were named runners-up, and the developers of each receive $1,00, Unity Pro with iOS Pro, and an iPad 2. A further six games get Unity Pro with iOS Pro.