The State of the Empire
Balancing out :P, news
03/02/21, 19:50:02

When I started this incredible journey 2 years ago, I never expected to get to this point.

As many of you know I started coding over 40 years ago, I was 7 years old, Ehh I'm old :), on machines that today we would define prehistoric as the Commodore 64 or the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, passing through the legendary Olivetti M10 and Amiga 500 expanded to 1 mega!
G.O.T. Good Old Times

My passion was born in the arcade rooms with the first Pong, Donkey Kong, SpaceInvaders, Jungle Hunt, Rock & Rope, Pitfall etc etc and from that moment my love for video games has never waned.

I started with the classic basic, then the assembler, the various Cobol, GWBasic, Basica, DBII Plus, Clipper Summer 87, C, Asp, let's say that I practically programmed in all existing linugages, mostly management applications, servers, databases ...

I also made some small games, especially adventures, for the sake of learning hot to code computers.

I can say that I have lived all the evolution of the video game industry since the first pixel ever appeared on the screen... :P Well I wasn't really there yet, but I never tried my hand at creating a real game... one with guts.

Now you may ask: what's the point of all this introduction? Well, it's very simple: experience and a different perspective, given by having lived in first person all the evolution of what before was a market for very few people and now is the medium that invoices more in the entertainment industry.

What advantages could this experience give me? Well wisdom maybe, even if I have never been particularly wise in life, I like challenges, the real ones, the ones where you are not sure of the result, the ones where you have to fight with the knife between your teeth to win! Those challenges give me the emotions I need to live, to evolve as a human being and the adrenaline I need in life.

Let me explain better:
I DO NOT FIND ANYTHING INTERESTING OR STIMULATING IN CREATING SOMETHING THAT I ALREADY KNOW I AM ABLE TO DO AND COMPLETE.

This is my nature, my being and also my curse, I'm always on the move, I'm never satisfied and I want more and more every day, but above all, I want to continue to learn and try my hand at difficult or impossible challenges to complete:

THAT'S WHERE I GIVE MY BEST AND REBORN IS THIS INCREDIBLE AND GIANT CHALLENGE!

Exodus