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Doctor Who: Legacy Free-to-Play game launches on IOS and Android Tomorrow

November 26th, 2013 by Al Keenan the Bald Gamer Dude 1 Comment

Now that ‘The Day of The Doctor’ has come and gone are you left with an empty feeling that will be unfulfilled until the Christmas episode?
Well it looks like BBC Worldwide has you covered as long as you have an IOS or Android device. The free-to-play game Doctor Who: Legacy launches tomorrow.


The free-to-play game will provide fans and “easy to learn, hard to master” experience.
The basic premise is you as the Doctor must gather a group of companions to go up against the shows villains.

The apps first incarnation will feature episodes from the most recent series with updates to come from Season 5 and more in the New Year.


As long as the game is fun this could provide a much needed Doctor Who experience that fans are missing considering the mess that the console game ‘The Eternity Clock’ failed to impress the fans.


Expect a quick review tomorrow or Thursday at the latest.

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One Response

  1. Craig Berrington-potts says:

    Hope this is a decent game. I remember Dalek Attack from 1990/91 on the c64. Clips of Destiny of the Doctors on Pc (never played that), I played Mazes of Time on ios. Played Return to Earth on wii and watched my brother play bits of The Eternity Clock. All of which seemed half arsed, poor translations of the programme. I thought the BBCs downloadable Adventure games looked good on Pc but the controls were sluggish or unresponsive at times. The fans deserve a Doctor Who game worthy of the title and I dont think this will be it but I’m going to invest my time in it. My hope is that there will be a Skyrim-esque Doctor Who game eventually on a console that is spread over time and space with the TARDIS acting as the “fast travel” device. Imagine that, now that would be a Doctor Who game.

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