Luca PierabellaTechnical Artist
’89 class, Luca is an enthusiast Technical Artist. He studied at the Big Rock Center @ Treviso, mastering his CG skills. After this, he worked in the 3D field with many architecture studios and Ars Medica Italia. He’s getting a degree in Computer Science at the University of L’Aquila, with a thesis about shader languages in Unity and how they work in DiXidiasoft’s most recent game: The Steampunk League.×
Multi-instrumentalist composer born in Naples, loves the possibilities offered by music in video games. Winner of several awards in Europe, is now working on various projects including The Steampunk League.×
Guido Salto3D Character Artist ×
Francesco AbbonizioArt Director, Founder
He is the environment guy, his all-time-passion is to build worlds and give them life. He has also weakness for massive and epic structures.
Has a degree in games production and a master degree in other nerdy stuff, and people say that he is insanely fast in doing work, but that’s probably what the government wants people to believe.
His motto is: “It’s going to be EPIC!!!”
Walter CossuFounder, Lead Game Programmer, Project Manager
Born with a joypad in hand, founds the team with Francesco Abbonizio in 2007.
He developed all the organization of the web department and works as Game Designer.
He loves HTML5 and hates with all of his strength Flash. (Not the superhero..the software).
His motto: Caffèèè?×
Drawing was her first interest in life, almost self taught, she tries to improve her skills constantly. She is in love with japan and JRPG, that have been a key point in her gamer and designer life.×
Giulio FanfoniConcept Artist, Illustrator
Concept artist, illustrator, character designer and storyboarder. Currently studying at Storia Romana dei Fumetti, where he learns comic drawing techniques. As soon as he finished his experience in this school, he started working with DiXidiasoft on the “Steampunk League” project.×
Riccardo Morgia3D Character Artist
Bring the water to a boil. Add the shrimp and let them boil for 2-3 minutes. Apply directly on the injured area.×
Erik PittiniQuest Designer, Storywriter
Born in Gemona del Friuli (Udine) the 7th July 1990, Erik always loved writing short stories and was fond of reading novels and literature. During his High School days he also had some experience in theater play as actor and assistant director.
Now works for Dixidiasoft as Quest Designer, using his experiences as backup.