New Demo - Kindergarten Revisited
13 May 2013
It's been a long time since I posted my last demo but here I am with a new one. The demo called Kindergarten Revisited is a remake of the old Kindergarten demo using a new global illumination system based on Voxel Cone Tracing. This was the result of long months of hard work and research motivated by the desire to bring the latest lighting techniques to the Serenity Engine.

The demo also includes a lot of features that I added since the last demo, namely a built-in editor that you can use to play with the demo and create your own scenes.

As always you can find the demo on the Games & Demos section.

Real-time Global Illumination with Serenity Engine
26 November 2010
I'm proud to present the new engine I developed for my master thesis called Serenity which generates global-illumination illumination in real-time. You can learn more about it in the corresponding Serenity Engine section.

I have also created a demo called Kindergarten using the Serenity Engine which I am confident that will amaze most of you. You can find this demo in the Games & Demos section.

Mass Combat Vector released on BGamer
18 January 2010
Mass Combat Vector was included as a free game in the DVD of the BGamer magazine, the best selling portuguese video game magazine.

This is a big step for myself since it is the first time that one of my games is released to the public through a specialized publication. I hope that gamers enjoy playing it and I am looking forward to get their feedback very soon.
2nd Place for Mass Combat Vector
10 December 2009
I'm proud to anounce that the Mass Combat Vector game placed second on the demo showcase of the Videojogos 2009 (Videogames 2009) conference.

The Videojogos 2009 conference took place in Aveiro-Portugal, which featured several speeches focused on the academic work that is being developed about videogames in Portugal, and also featured the demo showcase where several games developed by students were presented to the audience.
Site Is Online!
23 July 2009
Finally the site about the Voltaico Engine is back online!

For those who remember, I created this site a few years ago and it stayed online for a while until I had to close it. After so much time, I finally got the spare time to put it back online.

During the time the site was down I continued to work hard on the engine and other projects, so you can expect to find lots of new interesting stuff in this site, including new games that can be downloaded for free.

Webmaster: Joćo Cabeleira