Doctor Who: Legacy game for Android and iOS starts its worldwide rollout

Doctor Who: Legacy game for Android and iOS starts its worldwide rollout
The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special has come and gone (and it was amazing!), and now it is time for the Doctor to make his way onto mobile platforms in a new game called Doctor Who: Legacy. The game is by Tiny Rebel Games and Seed Studios, and the worldwide release of the game has begun. According to the game's Twitter feed, it should be live on iOS and Android for Australians.

There hasn't been a lot of information released about the game. It has only been described as a "puzzle adventure game" so it is most likely a match puzzle game, but all of the info beyond that sounds pretty sweet. In the game you will be able to "build a team of your favourite companions and allies drawn from the extensive and illustrious history of the show; face the Doctor’s most notorious enemies; and relive the Doctor’s greatest triumphs." 

The game promises to be a "loving homage" to the show, but still appeal to hardcore fans and casual players alike. The game will go through the entire 50 year history of the show, bringing back favorite characters and villains. At launch, the game will feature episodes from the past couple of seasons, but it has already been scheduled to get additional free content in the new year that reaches back to Season 5. 

The game is free, and we'll update this with links as soon as the rollout makes it to the U.S.. For everyone else, keep an eye on the game's Twitter feed for rollout information in your region. 

Download: Docto Who: Legacy (Android & iOS)



1. spectrums

Posts: 127; Member since: Nov 14, 2013

and for wp? #no hope

2. rodneyej1

Posts: 3576; Member since: Jul 06, 2013

So, this game is not YET released for WP, but GTA is coming❔ I think we're way past having hope.. It's mindless people who are left behind still doubting Windows Phone..

3. Reluctant_Human

Posts: 913; Member since: Jun 28, 2012

Patience. The same happened with and still happens with Android. It costs a lot of time of time and money to develop games. Most mobile publishers don't even have the manpower to release in 2 ecosystems let alone 3. The reality is until it's monetarily feasable and the numbers are there it's going to continue to happen. If you are in it for the games then maybe WP is not for you until it is or do what I do and use an ipod touch for gaming. It'll also save you a lot of battery life on your phone.

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