|Amazing Alex (2012)||(Casey's Contraptions developed by)|
|Casey's Contraptions (2011)||(Design)|
|Casey's Contraptions (2011)||(Programming)|
|Darkwatch (2005)||(Senior Programmers)|
|MechAssault 2: Lone Wolf (2004)||(Programming)|
|Battleship: Surface Thunder (2000)||(Tools and Technical Support)|
|Paddington Run (2017)||(UnitTest++)|
|Night in the Woods (2017)||(With Financial Support from)|
|Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy (2008)||(Additional High Moon Studios Support)|
|Waking Mars (2012)||(Tiger Style Loves Our Playtesters)|
|Serious Sam II (2005)||(Special Thanks)|
Noel Llopis spearheads the research and development of next-generation technology at High Moon Studios. He has been successfully applying agile development and test-driven development to game development for several years. He regularly contributes articles to Game Developer magazine and the Game Programming Gems series, and he is the author of C++ for Game Programmers.
Some of his past titles include Darkwatch and the MechAssault series. He earned an M.S. in computer science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In his spare time he enjoys exploring different and unexpected ideas on his web site.
Last updated: Jul 24, 2007