The Unity Engine over the past few years has developed a pretty bad image because of asset flippers, and bad developers that get their games on Steam. This has even gone to the point of game reviewers and possible players refusing to play the game because it's made in Unity. Pondering this, I thought "what if Unity had an event every 6 months to promote great developers and titles?" So, what if this was the case? Everyone would be given 48 to 72 hours to develop a game only in Unity, without the asset store. Games would be built off of a theme (similar to Ludum Dare) and the winner(s) would be provided with a one year pro license and maybe something else to really get people wanting to participate. I love Unity, and I've seen the games that have come out of it. I think anyone who enjoys this engine wants their games to be judged by the work they put in, not the Unity logo at the start.