Elon Musk, on Tuesday, replied to a game developer on Twitter. The user, Lyubomir Vladimirov, set himself on a mission to get the tech giant’s attention on social media. His attempts, including over 154 messages and tweets, bore the fruits of his hard work. The enthusiastic game developer posted the same message every day, keeping a count of 365 days at the end of every tweet/reply.
The developer’s tweet read that the individual was a game developer and needed the “go ahead” sign from Elon to develop his latest game online. But since several such permissions take loads of time as well as paperwork, the young man decided to tweet instead.
Elon Musk’s Response
The tweet by the independent programmer read that he is currently creating a game. The game is about colonizing the Red Planet, Mars. It includes the space exploration company SpaceX and Elon Musk himself. The reason he kept posting it back and forth was to get the CEO of Tesla’s approval.
Elon Musk is one of the pioneers of space exploration of the twenty-first century. One of his popular goals is to land on Mars, the neighboring Red planet, and colonize it with human habitats.
After the hundred and fifty-fourth day, his hard work paid off widely. Musk went ahead and gave the approval, saying the programmer could use SpaceX’s logo and name. And that the company may not “sue you.” It wasn’t just the company’s CEO’s reaction that got attention. The boy then promised that “80%” profits from the game would go to the company he’ll be branding in his upcoming game.
The developer explained the reason behind the decision. The tweet further read that by doing that; the game will “entertain” and “arouse interest” about Mars in its users. It will also help the firm and Elon Musk to achieve the goal sooner.
Lyubomir Vladimirov has also uploaded a time preview of the game.