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Bhernardo Viana

A huge fan of every kind of puzzle game, from minimalistic to the big productions. I like to discover how indie developers mess with the players' minds. I also talk about indie games in Brazil, as the editor-in-chief of Sem Tilt website.

Upsolom is a Complex, Lonely Exploration

I’ve been playing lots of first-person games lately, mainly those which focus on exploration. I like the immersion, and how I legitimately feel that I am an active...

Control a Colorful Challenge in FusionDot

Those who miss the 2014 game 2048 now have a new opportunity to get addicted to a similar game. FusionDot promises a challenging puzzler with a concept as simple as the...

The Best of Five: Weirdest Simulators

Check out last week’s The Best of Five, which featured point-and-click adventure games. By the time of this writing, the winner was Dropsy with 48% of the votes....

Museum of Simulation Technology Finds a Different Perspective on Puzzle Games

It is not unreasonable that puzzle games that cater to our senses, especially vision, are likely to be intriguing and interesting at first sight; there’s no way to...

The Best of Five: Point-and-click Adventure Games

Welcome to The Best of Five, a new weekly series made exclusively for IGM readers. Every week I will choose a theme, list five indie games that fit that theme and give...

Screencheat Adds Goodies to Celebrate its First Anniversary

Some gamers may remember issues with cheating opponents when playing split-screen multiplayer games, such as GoldenEye 007, against friends. Screencheat,...

Cloud Chasers Willing to Tackle Immigration Issues

In times of massive immigration due to conflict, such as the civil war in Syria, it’s felt to be necessary to talk about this topic somehow, though many choose...

RunZoo Encourages #FunWithoutBorders

RunZoo could be just another regular infinite runner trying to make its way on mobile devices among the other thousands out there, but it’s not. The game is the...

Roguelike Shiny Gauntlet Benefits from Open Development

Sometimes it seems that the rogue-like genre is an infinite source for games, and that people who work on them are always trying to add something unique to their own...

The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version arrives on the Wii U

After a successful release on iOS devices, Delirium Studios has announced The Rivers of Alice: Extended Version for the Wii U. The surreal point-and-click adventure...