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.
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 Prof and Brian chat with Simon Byron and David Chenell about their free games Bang Man and Powder Alpine Simulator.
Is Restaurant Bigwig the most innovative, realistic, and engaging management simulation game ever, or is disappointment on the cards?
Who let the dogs out? No, really... they shouldn't have.
This week the Prof and Brian are getting to grips with pole and laying down rubber with the racing team sim, Motorsport Manager from Christian West on iOS.
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!
The Prof and Brian are back from an isolation experiment to review 80 Days, where steam (punk) trains and camels are both viable transport choices.
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.
What's the actual term for a Powerpuff Girls Brony? The Prof and Brian review Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville.
Have you ever wanted to take out a ninja with a one fingered punch? This week's 'Cost of a Coffee' game is Gesture Ninja.
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.
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.
This week Prof and Brian reviewed Air Tycoon 3 on Android and iOS, for the Cost of a Coffee.
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.
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.
This week's Cost of a Coffee game is Surgeon Simulator, which is to Surgery what Pilot Wings is to flying an Airbus A380.
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.
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.
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.