"Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies."
It's the most innovative shooter I've played in years.
Line them up and knock them down.
"This box is full of stuff that almost killed me."
Out of the blue.
To kill or not to kill... that is the question. (Yes, we've pinched their tagline!)
Destroy all non-humans.
Deus ex machina.
One step at a Trine.
Bithell be a treat!
In this Cost of a Coffee episode the Prof and Brian are rocking and rolling with CollectOrb, a tilting puzzle game from DaishGames.
In this episode of Cost of a Coffee, the Prof and Brian chuck their Angry Birds and take out some pigs.
Shiny disco balls.
Get out there and throw some shapes.
The gloves don't come off.
What's in the QUBE?
With swirling patterns that an evil 70s hypnotist would find appealing and an awesome synthpop soundtrack, did you think Prof wouldn't love Satellina?
The game is afoot! (Seriously, what other tagline could we use?)
Better get your brains in gear, Sherlock is here.
The worlds greatest detective (not Batman!) comes to console.
You're not you, you're me! But I might be you... then who am I?
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.
Schrodinger needs new lab rats. You in?
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.