Friday, August 20, 2010

The Adventure Games - TARDIS


Details have been announced for third installment of The Adventure Games, read below (click on the pic above for a bigger, juicier version):
Executive produced by Steven Moffat, and written by James Moran (Torchwood, Doctor Who), this third installment of the four-part series is called TARDIS – and will, for the first time, offer fans the opportunity to fly the blue box which is bigger on the inside.

TARDIS is a brilliant, brilliant adventure” says Steven Moffat. “It’s funny, touching, terrifying, amazing – everything a Doctor Who episode should be. Since 1963, kids have wondered what it would be like to control the TARDIS. Now we're handing complete control of the most powerful ship in all of space and time to a generation of children. Everybody duck!"


With the TARDIS stuck in a riptide, and the Doctor sucked into space, Amy Pond must explore the secrets of the time machine in order to restore normality. The adventure will uncover the secrets of the TARDIS, unveil two brand new monsters – and allow players to pilot the TARDIS themselves.


James Moran’s madcap script takes players on a frantic, funny and altogether surprising adventure which could only be told by a Doctor Who story. With full virtual likenesses of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, and music from Murray Gold, this adventure is as much a part of the Doctor Who legend as the TV series.

TARDIS will be available simultaneously on PC and Mac from the Doctor Who website on August 27

4 comments:

Anna said...

Someone needed to have another look at this one (and I hope they have)...the word "immediatEly" on the door sign is missing its latter E. (Wrong font, too, I think.)

Shame, too, cos the rest looks beautiful.

Cameron McEwan said...

It's also missing the St James Ambulance badge on the door too!

Psychotronic said...

Is it just me or does that library portrait resemble Stephen Fry?

Anonymous said...

it resembles steven moffat with crazy hair lol. and is he holding a sonic screwdriver? hmmm weird.