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Radial-G – Credits and Thanks


Game Director & Lead Game Designer : Geoff Cullen
Game Producer & Community Manager : Sam Watts
Developer Extraordinaire : David Lyne
Lead Artist & Music Composer : Michalis Mavronas
Concept Artist : Gavriil Mavronas

Supporting Artist : Iain Douglas
Supporting Artist : David Wilson
Supporting Developer : Josh Jeffries
Supporting Developer : Nicola Birtwistle
Supporting Developer : Paul Hayes
Supporting Developer : Nikos Chagialas
Supporting Developer : Iestyn Lloyd

Localisation Services : Loc-3

Game Music Composers:

Audio – Craven
Deadly Avenger – Skyrunner’s Revenge
Delta Heavy - Fugitive
Delta Heavy
– Pursuit
Fortran – Lazer Gazer
HERVE – Velocity
 - PhaseInvert
KoHTakt - Terminal Velocity
Lab Grown Music – Rush
Lab Grown Music & Dan Page – Buzzooka
MaverickMan – Release the Kraken
MaverickMan - SlingBlade
MickX - Magnetic Flux
Mutiny UK – Overkill
Phil Johnston- Stellar
– Mashed
RuN RiOT – Nebula
Syndroid – Neuropunk
Tom Evans – Pro Shifter
Utah Saints – Mindwarp

Many thanks to:

Danny Goodayle , Roberta Saliani, Tom Pickard, Tom Betts & Julian McKinlay for their wise words, Thomas Bidaux for crowd-source knowledge, Foucauld Escaillet for event assistance, Pete Hobson for sheer enthusiasm and James Marsden for Sony advice and positive outlook on life. A huge thanks to everyone who backed us on Kickstarter and voted YES for us on Steam Greenlight, the welcoming /r/Oculus community and everyone else since who has shown support and encouragement for the team and the game. Thanks to AntiCleric for the Technolust cross-promotion; we love your game and the treatment of our baby in it. Thanks to those who have hosted us for various events, including Sticky Mikes Frog Bar (Brighton), Loading Bar (Dalston, London), SWVR and VR Brighton Meetups, TEDx Brighton, Evocca College (Australia) for PAX Aus and Microsoft & ASUS for Paris Games Week. A big thanks to everyone who took part in the SSST sessions and helped us test the multiplayer builds. A huge thanks to all the websites who have covered the game through the Kickstarter & Steam Greenlight campaigns and our ongoing development. A special mention to The Koshinator for setting unbeatable lap times. Last but by no means least, thank you to Palmer Luckey for inventing the Oculus Rift, Callum Underwood for excellent developer relations and the rest of the amazing Oculus team. Last but no means least, Shuhei Yoshida & Agostino Simonetta for opening the door to us at Sony Playstation and PSVR.

Steam Early Access Press Release

Press Release


Radial-G : Racing Revolved – Coming to Steam Early Access on 11th December ‘14

Climb into the cockpit of a futuristic race craft and tear up the anti-gravity track as battle commences with over 30 real and AI opponents. Oculus Rift ready, offering single and multiplayer action, Radial-G delivers full immersion racing on tubular tracks featuring gut-wrenching twists, jumps, splits and unique inverted racing.

Heralded as the spiritual successor to sci-fi racing greats WipeOut and F-Zero, newly-founded Tammeka have seen critical acclaim for the title from industry heavyweights including Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Studios Worldwide, and Palmer Luckey, Inventor and Founder of Oculus VR, following the release of a free-to-download single player demo in July 2014 (available from their website The demo led to a successful Steam Greenlight campaign in September 2014, with arcade racing enthusiasts able to purchase the Early Access version on 11th December 2014.


Steam Early Access Features

The initial Steam Early Access version of the game will include the following features:

  • A new environment set in the depths of space in and around a derelict asteroid mining station.
  • Three additional courses offering insanely fast racing around tracks including dizzying splits and twists, crazy stomach-defying jumps and inverted tunnel sections.
  • A choice of three race craft
  • 16-player online multiplayer support
  • Offline and single player modes
  • Balance the risk and reward of converting your shield to additional user-controlled boost
  • Enhanced ship physics
  • DK1, DK2 and regular 2D monitor modes supported for Windows-PC


First Full Release Features

The first full public release of the game on Steam, after a short period in Steam Early Access, will offer much more to the player at an increased price, in line with other indie game offerings. These additional features include:

  • Three environments in total
  • Three tracks per environment, with mirrored and reversed track options to unlock
  • Three ships to choose from, offering individual and unique handling mechanics
  • Customisable ships and pilots
  • 32-player online multiplayer support
  • Compelling game modes including single races, championships, elimination and more*

* Exact details to be confirmed nearer release


Continued Support & Future Content

Radial-G : Racing Revolved will continue to be supported post-release with monthly content updates, including new environments, new tracks, new ships and new gameplay features such as weapons, ship and pilot customisation, track editors, achievements and in-game perk systems to gain the advantage in online races. Mac, Linux and PS4 versions are in development with staggered releases throughout 2015.


About Tammeka

Tammeka is a Brighton, UK-based independent video game developer. The creators are former Black Rock Studios and NCsoft developers with a pedigree in arcade racing and MMO titles. Tammeka are early adopters of virtual reality (VR) and Radial-G: Racing Revolved is their debut title, a sci-fi arcade racer developed from the ground-up with VR in mind. The title will be the first Oculus Rift-ready arcade racer to market and is currently the most polished VR experience available, attracting critical acclaim by players and experts alike.


Useful Links

Single Player Demo:
Press Coverage:
Press Kit:
IndieDb Entry:

Game Music Plans

As we near our Steam Early Access release on Thursday December 11th, it’s time to look at some of the game music composers we are working with and plan to work with in the future.

During our Kickstarter campaign, and since Day One conception of the game, we always stressed and knew how important game music is to our overall vision. Harking back to the days of when Wipeout first released on PlayStation, creating an amazing complete package of design, visuals, gameplay and a ear-blowing electronic soundtrack, we wanted to recreate that superior collection of elements to make Radial-G : Racing Revolved something truly special.

We reached out to indie and well-known game music composers (and a number contacted us directly,) to help realise our vision of creating an aural spectacle to match the fast-paced graphics and gameplay. So for the Steam Early Access version, we are looking to work with the following composers:





Mungo Nation

Paradise Decay


Phil Johnstone


Throughout the Steam Early Access period leading up to v1.0 release, we will then revisit our plans to work with the more well-known game music composers, now we know associated costs and can plan budgets accordingly, such as:

Joris de Man

Jonathan vd Wijngaarden

Tim “CoLDSToRAGE” Wright


Chris Apple Studios

Orb Soundwerx


If you have any thoughts about music genres you think should be included, then share them with us! We have setup a collaborative Spotify playlist which you can add tracks to.