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#1
Have some heat and rep from a bhoy, great find, I'm still surprised there's been no Dr Who video game yet?
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Have some heat and rep from a bhoy, great find, I'm still surprised there's been no Dr Who video game yet?


:thumbsup:
#3
Wait a minute, so is this the same as the card game we all played at break time at school?
#4
billyc72
Have some heat and rep from a bhoy, great find, I'm still surprised there's been no Dr Who video game yet?


"Doctor Who: The First Adventure" was released in 1983, and "Doctor Who & the Warlord" was released in 1985, both for the BBC Micro(computer). [I have the former, but not the latter of these]

Also in 1985, the BBC Micro, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, & Amstrad CPC 464 computers all had a release of "Doctor Who & the Mines of Terror".

"Dalek Attack" for PC, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amiga, & Atari ST machines was available in 1992.

"Destiny of the Doctors" was released in 1997 as a Windows-based CD-ROM PC title.

The current title, "Top Trumps: Doctor Who", (that was universally slated by the gaming press) was released in 2008 & available for the Nintendo DS, PC, Playstation 2, & Wii platforms.

There was also a version available to support some Mobile Telephone Handsets.


Maybe when David Tennant's "Doctor Who" (first) movie hits the big screen then a new video game tie-in will be available for the current video game systems.

BFN,

fp.
#5
Wow

That told me :thumbsup:

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"Doctor Who: The First Adventure" was released in 1983, and "Doctor Who & the Warlord" was released in 1985, both for the BBC Micro(computer). [I have the former, but not the latter of these]

Also in 1985, the BBC Micro, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, & Amstrad CPC 464 computers all had a release of "Doctor Who & the Mines of Terror".

"Dalek Attack" for PC, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amiga, & Atari ST machines was available in 1992.

"Destiny of the Doctors" was released in 1997 as a Windows-based CD-ROM PC title.

The current title, "Top Trumps: Doctor Who", (that was universally slated by the gaming press) was released in 2008 & available for the Nintendo DS, PC, Playstation 2, & Wii platforms.

There was also a version available to support some Mobile Telephone Handsets.


Maybe when David Tennant's "Doctor Who" (first) movie hits the big screen then a new video game tie-in will be available for the current video game systems.

BFN,

fp.

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