Factsheet

Developer:
Luminawesome Games
Based in Vancouver, Canada

Founding date:
October 28, 2013

Website:
luminawesome.com

Press / Business contact:
kyle@luminawesome.com

Social:
twitter.com/luminawesome
facebook.com/luminawesome

Releases:
Haiku Popper
Lumote

Description

Located in downtown Vancouver (Canada), Luminawesome is a start-up studio that was formed to create the kinds of games we love to play. In 2014 we released a great mobile game called Haiku Popper, designed to tickle the poet in you. That same year, we were one of the winners at the October Unreal Game Jam (the theme was "bump in the night"). We've now taken that idea and started developing it into a full-fledged game, called Lumote. There are big plans on the horizon and a lot to share, so stay tuned for more to come from Luminawesome Games!

History

History

Co-founded by Michelle and Kyle in 2013 to try their hand at doing what they love, making games. Their first shipped product was Haiku Popper, a mobile game for iOS and Android. But they had bigger dreams. In 2014, energized by their first creation, they entered the October Unreal Game Jam and were one of the three winning teams. Thus Lumote was born.

Recent

Loving Lumote so much, Michelle and Kyle continued with development, switching over to make their own engine and adding Arn, Russ and Paul to the team along the way. Still in progress and going strong, Lumote is scheduled to release by the end of 2016.

Projects


Videos

Lumote - Trailer 2015 | YouTube

Haiku Popper - As Seen On YouTube | YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition


    Team & Repeating Collaborator

    Kyle Rocha
    Programmer, Founder

    Michelle Rocha
    Programmer, Founder

    Arn
    Programmer


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