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Thursday, 24 February 2011

Doctor Who: Worlds In Time Multiplayer Game

BBC Worldwide today announced a major new partnership with game developer Three Rings to create BBC Worldwide's first ever free-to-play multiplayer online game for Doctor Who. Click here to read the full press release on the BBC Press Office.

"For the first time ever, players from around the world will be able to follow in the footsteps of the eccentric and brilliant Doctor by travelling through time and space, exploring new worlds and encountering many alien races, both friend and foe. Titled Doctor Who: Worlds in Time, the game allows players to enter the TARDIS and be set a challenge by the mysterious Time Lord to help him defend civilized culture against infamous Doctor Who enemies.

Robert Nashak, EVP Digital Entertainment at BBC Worldwide says, " Doctor Who: Worlds in Time will be a free-to-play multiplayer online game that invites players to save the universe by using their wits to solve time-bending puzzles and pulse-pounding challenges. Three Rings is the ideal team for this groundbreaking creative partnership. Not only are they visionaries in the online gaming space, they are lifelong Doctor Who fans with a passion for delivering the level of quality that our players will expect and deserve.

Development is well underway and is expected to launch later this year."

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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

What Have I Missed?

After a long gap of nothingness, here's some Doctor Who and Torchwood news that I have missed.

Doctor Who
  • Hugh Bonneville as 'Avery' and Lily Cole as a "mysterious creature that haunts a pirate ship" will star in the new series. Source - BBC.
  • Doctor Who Magazine Issue 431 released, for £4.50. Cover on DWM's Twitter.
  • David Walliams in next series of Doctor Who, as an alien.
  • Lee Ross as 'Boatswain' and Danny Sapani as 'Colonel Manton' in the next series of Doctor Who. Source - Digital Spy.
  • Matt Smith's series 5 beard was stuck on! Source - The Press Association.
  • Doctor Who didn't win anything at the National Television Awards! Shocking!

From Doctor Who Magazine, in Miracle Day.
  • Lena Kaur as 'Dr Alicia Patel'
  • Sanny Szam as 'Surveillance'
  • Daniel Adegboyega as 'Guard'
Writers and Directors for Miracle Day.
  • Episode One written by Russell T Davies, directed by Bharat Nalluri
  • Episode Two written by Doris Egan, directed by Bill Gierhart
  • Episode Three written by Jane Espenson
  • Episode Four's writer not announced
  • Episode Five written by Jane Espenson
  • Episode Six written by John Shiban
  • Episode Seven written by Jane Espenson
  • Episode Eight written by Jane Espenson, co-written by Ryan Scott
  • Episode Nine's writer not announced
  • Episode Ten by Russell T Davies
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