Dr Who is one of the most recognisable and popular BBC franchises and probably the best known Science Fiction series ever produced in the UK. With 50 years on its shoulders – plus however many the Doctor has been gallivanting around dimensions and times – is still as popular as ever and getting better and more popular by the episode.
For someone who grew in a country where the Doctor was, and largely is, nothing but a name we know very, very little about, it only took me a few episodes of the series to get infatuated with the character and companions hopping from adventure to adventure. Even though I wasn’t all that keen on the actor portraying the Doctor, the story and extremely clever writing that came with it really got me hooked.
When a company does games well, jumping into a parallel side of the business with a different type of game is a risky strategy. Even though a well known license will attract people to the product, the reputation of both the product and the license puts a lot of pressure on the company to come up with a great game.
Cubicle 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 […]