Professor Kelvin Harris and his lab assistant Brian show you how to make Google Cardboard at home.
In this Cost of a Coffee special, the Prof and Brian are inspired by an ape uprising to discuss updates to games we've reviewed or admired from afar.
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.
This week in Cost of a Coffee, the Professor and Brian have been playing Fast Rummy on iOS from Webgarden LLC.
In this week's 'Cost of a Coffee' the Prof and Brian investigate a Fiasco! Not another one of Brian's failed experiments, but a new iOS game.
This week Professor Kelvin Harris and Brian return to review Hitman Go, which is available now on iOS and coming soon to Android.
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.
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.
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.
Can you get a good gaming experience for the cost of a coffee? This week it's the simplest, most complicated game you'll ever play. Puzzlejuice.
Another week lurches into view and it’s time for Codec Moments to tell you about an exciting game you can buy for the Cost of a Coffee! This week, Threes! on iOS.
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!