This week's Cost of a Coffee see's the Professor and Brian breaking the surly bonds of Earth and heading... Out There... with an espresso machine in space!
Micro machines for the mobile age?
Knowledge is power... but you'll have to pay for it.
This week Professor Kelvin Harris and his lab technician Brian, dive head first into fast flowing water to review Rafting Bears on Android and iOS.
This week the Prof and Brian have been discussing woodland wetwork and cartoon critters with the controversial (according to Apple) Kawaii Killer.
What's the actual term for a Powerpuff Girls Brony? The Prof and Brian review Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville.
CD Projekt RED's plethora of announcements at their annual summer conference has Cev very excited indeed!
This week the Prof and Brian HAVE THE POWER! They're reviewing He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe.
The Prof and Brian have been prospecting for Gold, Silver and Bronze in the new, old west. This week's Cost of a Coffee comes courtesy of Trials Frontier.
The Prof and Brian are back seeking out games that cost the same as your cappuccino. This week's 'Cost of a Coffee' game is Table Tennis Touch.
This week's 'Cost of a Coffee' game is Record Run, a rhythm action game brought to you by Harmonix, the developer of Rock Band and Dance Central.
This week Prof and Brian reviewed Air Tycoon 3 on Android and iOS, for the Cost of a Coffee.
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.
Prof. Kelvin Harris reviews games you can get for the 'Cost of a Coffee'. This week Hero of Sparta by Gameloft.
Codec Moments continue to test entertaining games that cost less than a cappuccino. This week, Bridge Constructor and Bridge Constructor Playground.
It's Monday again and as we reach for our favourite caffeine drink, we at Codec Moments think: "Is there a way to get a quality game, for the same price as our cup of java?" This week, Carmageddon!
Another Monday morning rolls around and bleary eyed, we reach for our caffeine based beverage of choice; but is there another way?
Smash us in the Week Spot!
Sony's first real iPhone and Galaxy challenger.
Does it have a future? Only time will tell.