Beests Unleashed!

Our hackers did a wonderful job furthering the evolution of the Strandbeests, but the time has come to choose which beest reigns supreme.

Before we announce our winner (and the runner up!) let’s take a look at each team’s unique creation.

Mayors of Simpleton
Beest Name: Conduiticus Americanus
This team took their original idea of a simple, easily reproduced American beest and ran with it. Conduiticus Americanus is a true American mutant and this team definitely developed their own language with the PVC piping.


Clark School Solvers
Beest Name: Duckbeest!
This team created an aquatic beest. The mutant cousin of Boston’s Duck Tour crafts, this beest is equip to sustain itself in the watery blue.


Beest name: The Noodlis (affectionately nicknamed “Noodles”)
This beest has an undeniable charm, and rugged grace. Despite Noodle’s genetic disorders (gigantism, and bone deterioration caused by salvaged supplies), this beest, if suspended, would make a great masseuse.


Beest name: Nigrum Aqua Animus Insectum
This creature represents the next step in Strandbeest evolution. It’s beauty compels imitation, and its sleek design inspires and excites.


P.E.A Pod
Beest Name: Salsolis Optimus (or “the best tumbleweed”)
Flashy and large, this beest will undoubtedly attract the attention of many a human passerby, inspiring reproduction and recreation. This is truly a “great land jellyfish”!


Beest name: Strand-Cycle.
The melding of beest and man, this animal is the ultimate dream machine. It’s a beest bicycle which allows man and beest to work together as one!


Mullen Lowe
Beest Name: Hill-duh
This beest is an infant, a new American Strandbeest with skiing ability that is second to none. This team sought to create something that honored the DNA of Theo’s Strandbeests, and Hilda definitely delivers.



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