Cubicle 7 Entertainment and Treefrog games announce the Doctor Who card game

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Doctor Who Card Game coverCubicle 7 Entertainment, an award-winning publisher of role-playing games including Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space and The One Ring, have teamed up with the hugely successful game producer Treefrog Games, to launch The Doctor Who Card Game in August 2012.

Based on the BBC’s iconic Doctor Who series, and created by award-winning designer Martin Wallace, The Doctor Who Card Game is an action-packed adventure where players battle to save the universe and disrupt each other’s plans.

Dominic McDowall-Thomas CEO at Cubicle 7 said: “We love Doctor Who and are enormous fans of Martin Wallace’s games and are very excited to be working with Treefrog on The Doctor Who Card Game,”

Designer Martin Wallace said: “Designing a game around the themes of Doctor Who has been fascinating, it is such a hugely popular property and comes with an enormous amount of background and history – there’s so much there for inspiration.”

BBC Worldwide are the BBC’s commercial arm and main licensor of Doctor Who merchandise. Cubicle 7 Entertainment has been a licensee since 2007.

About Cubicle 7
Cubicle 7 Entertainment is a UK-based publisher of award-winning games, including Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space, The One Ring, The Laundry RPG, Victoriana and Qin: The Warring States. For more information visit or e-mail
About Treefrog Games
Treefrog Games is the publisher of celebrated games designer Martin Wallace. Martin has been designing games since the early 90s and has released around fifty titles in that time. He has picked up a number of awards, including the International Gamers Award three times in all. For more information visit

BBC Worldwide

BBC Worldwide Limited is the main commercial arm and a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The company exists to maximise the value of the BBC’s assets for the benefit of the licence fee payer and invest in public service programming in return for rights. The company has six core businesses: Channels, Content & Production, Sales & Distribution, Consumer Products, Brands, Consumers & New Ventures and Magazines, with digital ventures incorporated into each business area. In 2010/11, BBC Worldwide generated profits of £160 million on sales of £1158 million and returned £182m to the BBC. For more detailed performance information please see our Annual Review website:


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