Luna Javier is the Creative Director and Co-Founder of Altitude Games, the Manila-based studio behind mobile games Kung Fu Clicker, Dream Defense, and Run Run Super V. She started as a game writer in 2002 as part of the pioneer team that released the first Filipino-made game. Before Altitude, she previously worked at Boomzap Entertainment, creating best-selling casual adventure franchises such as Awakening and Dana Knightstone.
She has taught game design at De La Salle University, Manila and spoken at various game conferences around the world, including Google's Women Techmakers, Pocket Gamer and Blockchain Gamer Connects, Casual Connect, and the IGDA Leadership Forum.
Luna is one of the 100 women featured in the book "Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play" by Meagan Marie, available for free here. She is a Women in Games Ambassador.
Creative Director and Co-Founder
Run Run Super V
Kung Fu Clicker
Senior Game Designer
Dana Knightstone series
Head Story Writer
Anito: Defend A Land Enraged
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