David Kamunyu

Independent video game developer based in Nairobi, Kenya

I’m an independent video game developer and the owner of Broken Helmet Entertainment.”.

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Email ronin@brokenhelmet.co.ke

Phone +254 716 800 411

Skype broken_helmet

My name is David Kamunyu, a solo, independent video game developer and owner of Broken
Helmet Entertainment, my studio. I have been an indie for 8 years now, having started back in

I graduated as a bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology, however, I am a self
taught game developer and designer. Due to the fact that I mostly work alone, I have to wear several hats, including 3D modeller, sound editor, environment artists, story writer to name but A FEW, and of course included among the hats is one for the administrative matters of the business.

Currently, I am working on my third project, an online team based, tank game. It is still in its infancy, having been conceived only a few months ago.

I hope to make games that will take the players on an adventure, giving them a story they can be a part of and enjoy themselves. I also hope that my work will motivate others to make their own games and tell their stories.


Good Times Africa
Goethe-Institut Nairobi
Kenya Film Commission




3D Modelling
Animation (basic)
Character Design
Envionment design
Game design
Graphic design
Programming skills
Sound/Audio manipulation
UI Development
UV Texturing


Broken Helmet Entertainment

Head of studio


Responsible for running the entire business


United States Intentional University

BS in Information Systems and Technology.

Nairobi, Kenya · 2008 – 2012

Concentration in Applications, and minored in Japanese


2015 Nairobi Comic Conference (NAICCON) (Solo), The Sarit Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
My first major public showcase
2017 AMAZE Johannesburg (Solo), Founders Square, Johannesburg, South Africa
6th International Games and Playful Media Festival
2017 Game Mixer South Africa Public Showcase (Solo), Goethe-Institut Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa
Part of the larger Game Mixer programme, the showcase gave me a platform to show my work to a larger audience personally
2018 African Crossroads: The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Solo), Villa Janna, Marrakesh, Morocco
Participants of the first African Crossroads will gather for three days to connect, collaborate, and explore their own roles in Africa’s ongoing tech revolution