Indie game studio Funomena, known for their interactive VR experience Luna (2017), announced that the company is bringing a new Luna experience especially made for augmented reality. Called Luna: Moondust Garden, the experience is slated to launch on Magic Leap One this fall.

Funomena calls Luna: Moondust Garden a playful extension of the original Luna which brings a new story from Bird and Owl’s forest into your living room.

In Moondust Garden, the studio says, players “explore the storybook world of Luna from a new, intimate perspective by bringing its animals & forest right into their own reality. By planting and tending a variety of plants, flowers, trees and islands within their physical space, players can create a lovely garden where Fox can come out to play.”


  • Plant and interact with a musical landscape directly into your own physical playspace
  • Discover & collect the moondust that’s hidden throughout the forest
  • Sprinkle moondust on the plants and flowers to help them grow and transform
  • Build a beautiful garden so that the sad Fox will cheer up, come out and play!

Funomena co-founder, CEO, and designer of Luna Robin Hunicke will be at Magic Leap’s L.E.A.P. conference on October 10th to talk more about Luna: Moondust Garden and discuss the design and development process that the team applied in building the experience for Magic Leap One. During the session she will talk about the creative inspiration, design and best practices for developing experiences for AR.

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