About

My name is Leonardo Amora Leite, (43), and I am a multi-man. Game designer, concept artist, illustrator, 3D modeler, producer, music designer, video editor, programmer and in my free time gamer. how can I do all this? I’ve been working in the entertainment business since 1995 in different areas of entertainment, but my passion for games leaded me for work on game industry. In January of 2006 I began working for the first game company in Brazil, Southlogic, later was bought by the French Ubisoft, the fourth largest publisher of games in the world. Lucky ? I don’t think so. We made a game for them called Wedding Design for Nintendo DS that sold a wonderful mark of more than a million copies and I was the game design. 😉

In the fall of 2010 Ubisoft end the development studios on Brazil. I had everything to leave my country, but I love Brazil, and in January 2011 I founded the amoraleite.com, a company focused on art and game development. From there to today, I conquest 5 nacional awards of game development about entrepreneurship, as Art Director, I conceived the art and illustrated many comercial games from many parts of the world. As game developer, I produced many hyper casual games, with original ideas and art. Want to know more about my work? Visit my blog, I’ll tell you everything! (Br for now ;))

Do you need an entire game or an app, or an original concept art, digital art and game design, or maybe just letting your project more super cool and fun with my crazy ideas? Or maybe you need a workshop so I can talk about the projects that I participated in? Do you need know more about the industrie and what you have to do to enter in the game? Call me as your Mentor! Contact me, I’ll be happy to answer all your questions.

My school is the Nintendo.

 win Awards and conquests

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SEBRAE
Five times winner in a Brasil game developer contest!
MvsR
My first App that I made alone.
interview
Interview in BR magazine Photoshop Creative
OUYA
My game RACE was featured on OUYA page console.
Two children’s books.
A game that sold more than 1 million of copies around the world.
Art for board games
Ubisoft works