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About Guilherme Costa

Brazilian indie dev and writer.

Latest Posts | By Guilherme Costa
Infektor: microbiological life in arcade excitement
1 month ago

Infektor: microbiological life in arcade excitement

Survive, infect, destroy in an exciting journey through microbiological life with the Infektor game.
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Sailing nostalgic waters with Winds of Trade
8 months ago

Sailing nostalgic waters with Winds of Trade

Winds of Trade is a ship trading simulation. It is like a Sid Meyer’s Railroads to Railroad Tycoon. It simplifies the genre, while being well polished and pretty focused on its central theme.
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A merciless review of Jeffrey Winn’s Roll a Ball
9 months ago

A merciless review of Jeffrey Winn’s Roll a Ball

Roll a Ball is a gyroscope based game for Android platform. Your goal is to move a ball over stars to score the higher as possible. To make the things harder, you have to move the ball over pads that keep moving up and down through the screen as you play.
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Our levels of crazy have been updated with Karma. Incarnation 1
10 months ago

Our levels of crazy have been updated with Karma. Incarnation 1

Now this is crazy stuff! Karma. Incarnation 1 is a psychedelic point and click adventure game. REALLY psychedelic, I don’t even know how to explain the plot.
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Meet Wartime X: a return to the fundamentals of card battlers
10 months ago

Meet Wartime X: a return to the fundamentals of card battlers

Wartime X is an offbeat indie card battler that’s laser-focused on unique characters and a solid game engine.
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Game Review: Expect the Unexpected
11 months ago

Game Review: Expect the Unexpected

Expect the Unexpected was created by GoldenGod Games and can be bought on Steam by US$9.99. It provides a good experience for anyone who has never played the RPG genre or who is a hardcore fan.
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Nondigital Games: how are they related to their digital counterparts? Indie Dev Strategies. Pt. III
12 months ago

Nondigital Games: how are they related to their digital counterparts? Indie Dev Strategies. Pt. III

Before video games, board games used to the most popular gaming hobby around the world. They are probably around 3,000 years old and can be found in practically every old culture, from Incan to Chinese.
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Educational Video Games: do they really exist? Indie Dev Strategies – Part II
1 year ago

Educational Video Games: do they really exist? Indie Dev Strategies – Part II

Most people who grew up in the 1980’s and 1990’s have had probably one or another class with some teacher trying to use an educational game. Chances are that didn’t …
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