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His career in the videogame industry started in 2006, when he founded GameInvest.
From 2006 to 2008 he was CEO at Gameinvest and Executive Producer of “Blitz and Massive”, “Sudoku for Kids” and “Toy Shop”.
The first published game he wrote was “Enigma 7” with Bruno Cesteiro and Ricardo Cesteiro.
He then started writing and designing his own games, starting with “Hospital Hustle” and “Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward” and continuing creating games as “Defenders of Law: The Rosendale file”, “World of Zellians: Kingdom Builder” and “Aquatic Tales”.
In September 2008, he left GameInvest and move to Infocapital and finally to Bigmoon Animation Studios.
In 2009 and 2010 he was dedicated to screenwrite, direct and produce the TV animation series “Tic Tac Tales” and “Pikaboo”.
Before starting his career in the videogame industry, Paulo was also University Professor in game development, multimedia and project management classes. Was Development Director and Technical Director of several software houses since 1989.
Last updated: May 13, 2012