This week the Professor and Brian are back and have been asked to peer review 'The Fourth Dimension', an interactive physics lesson available on iOS.
This week Prof and Brian reviewed Air Tycoon 3 on Android and iOS, for the Cost of a Coffee.
More George Clooney than Christian Bale...
You're not you, you're me.
As the Prof jets off on the company dime to an exotic conference, Brian the lab technician highlights a free-to-play game to fill space. Here's Tekken Bowl.
Hey! Wait! I've got a new complaint!
Die another day. And night. And morning. And afternoon. Heck, you'll just die.
Ridiculous Fishing: A Tale of Redemption, to honour it with its’ full title, is a marvellous medley of minigames wrapped up in one delightful package.
It's kept us waiting, but is it short and sweet? Or just plain short?
This week's Cost of a Coffee game is Surgeon Simulator, which is to Surgery what Pilot Wings is to flying an Airbus A380.
Codec Moments reviews the new Thief, a first-person looter from Eidos.
A Game of Wits: The Puzzle of the Mind.
This week’s Cost of a Coffee game is Icycle: On Thin Ice from Damp Gnat, where you are a cyclist who must negotiate a series of dynamic levels… tackle out.
Some mo-fo's are always trying to ice skate uphill.
An epic quest to become... not just another videogame license waste.
This week in Cost of a Coffee, Kane & Lynch 2. Universally panned upon release, we purchased it for £2.99 in lieu of our usual caffeinated pick-me-up.
Prof. Kelvin Harris reviews games you can get for the 'Cost of a Coffee'. This week Hero of Sparta by Gameloft.
Think Lightning never strikes twice? You've never played Final Fantasy!
Bringing a whole new meaning to 'stud farming'!
Is the inclusion of online co-op enough to warrant a purchase of this nostalgic 80's Beat em' Up?