I'm a professional game developer from Wakefield, England, working as a senior programmer for Rebellion North.
I'm a married father of five and I a also sometimes do Retroburn stuff.
Martin 'Bytrix' Caine
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Monday, January 20th 2014 / Blog

Thunderclap Hooooo!

See that cool looking banner there on the left showing that awesome Tron inspired light cycle game Positron? Well I've been working on the game in my spare time for the past two years and It's finally nearing release!

I could really use your help in spreading the word about the upcoming PC demo which will be released on February 1st 2014.

Thunderclap is a new social networking tool which allows people to create campaigns which use social networking to help spread a pre-specified message. In my case that message will be sent on February 1st 2014 at 12PM GMT (and can be seen below). All I'm asking you to do is to click any of the Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr buttons below to pledge your support and add your voice to the Thunderclap which will go out in just under two weeks time:

Thanks! and please share the link to this page or to the Thunderclap directly. I hope to be able to reach as many people as possible with this campaign and the release of the final demo for Positron :)

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