Kit Martin Announces the Release of Byte Chaser

Kit Martin writes:

Hi all,
Tomorrow Byte Chaser, my first publicly released game, will go live. Its a meditation I’ve had on meaninglessness (Thanks Dostoevsky) , visuals *F**** liberal arts degree), sound (Thanks Dad), building (thanks Joseph) , ideas of the 3D internet, and immersive technology we are all moving into. Its currently 4 levels, and a story. Over time, I’ll be building out both the story, and dynamics. You can find it on Steam Tomorrow. If any of y’all have feedback on any aspect of this project let me know.

Kit Martin
Graduate Student and Research Assistant
Learning Sciences
School of Education and Social Policy
Northwestern University

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Kenneth Walter Walter Harmon Joseph John Andrew Andreas, a.k.a. K. A. G. Sundaram, a.k.a. Kenneth A. Grimm, is a father, a pastor, a missionary, a political consultant, a YouTube personality and a computer engineer. He has served churches in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Louisiana, the Philippines, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan and India. He designed, built, and programmed his first programmable computer more than a half-century ago at the age of thirteen, and continued his career primarily in realtime embedded microprocessors, both hardware and software design. He is currently the site editor at RubyTapas, the producer of nearly a dozen YouTube channels, and the chief software engineer at Black Bayou Software.

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