Boolba labs.: Advanced Research on Mobile Gaming Fun
We started with two calculators and a spectrograph made of ski poles, microwave oven and 300 feet of duct tape.
We are now — the most advanced research institution in mobile gaming, with laboratories all over the globe.
We fight for entertainment against the tiranny of boredom.
We provide the ultimate all-purpose solutions. They range from full-scale leisure campaigns to office cubicle guerilla warfare. We keep you entertained and happy!
Igor got bored of creating ballroom dancing programmes for giant walking battle robots and created the most advanced paper-tossing simulator.
- He's got a PhD in Mathematics and (which is less known) in Applied Ufology.
- There've been two unsuccessful attempts to abduct him by aliens.
- He has stolen from aliens a Mass Relativistic Accelerating Construct (MRAC) and some strange probe.
- The MRAC device is now used for our research.
- The probe was sold to a corporation did not want to be mentioned. They made a console controller of that probe.
After the deep-drilling experiment went wrong, he got caught on the Dark Side of the Earth. Now he has got cookies and a red light-saber.
- Can walk upside-down, without falling from the planet.
- Patented disposable biodegradable mobile cardboard nuclear shelters.
- And they do really protect.
- Has made several successful attempts of abducting aliens.
- Was against selling the probe because of his own plans for building a Doomsday Device.
Labs' accountant. She counts what researchers tend to spend. Seems to be the only reasonable person in the facility. At least she doesn't come up with questions like "Wouldn't it be more fun to use a nuclear plant server to store players' results?"
- The only person who knows how much it costs to make a single launch on the MRAC.
- Doesn't believe in aliens.
- Doesn't care about those strange guys in grey masks and glossy space suits unless they are in debt.
Known for the longest class in history. It started from the detailed description of the Big Bang, through the history of ancient Greece and Middle Ages, cryptography in WWII (with short review of cryptography history starting from Caesar cipher), Enigma machine, first Intel processors, MS DOS, and, finally, creating layouts in Android 2.2
- The League of Alien Invaders has prohibited Alien Motherships from approaching Sergey within a 100-mile radius.