DescriptionDoctor Who: The Eternity Clock is a side-scrolling platform game with puzzle elements. It is based on the UK Doctor Who TV series and produced in close collaboration with the BBC, with voice-overs by Matt Smith (The Doctor) and Alex Kingston (River Song). In this game TARDIS is out of control and crashing down to Earth. The doctor is unaware of the crash and must figure out what is going on.
In the 2D environment the gameplay often switches between the two characters and they each have their own tools, such as the doctor's Sonic Screwdriver to solve environment based puzzles, used to open door with a short mini-game. River Song uses her Sonic Blaster to take down enemies and has a hallucinogenic lipstick. There are encounters with Daleks, Cybermen, Silurians, and the Silence.
The game is set in London and spans three time periods: 16th century, present-day and a Dalek-occupied London in the future. Between levels it is possible to interact with the TARDIS. There are different difficulty levels, influencing the available time to complete puzzles, and a cooperative, local multiplayer mode.
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- 3D Engine: UnrealEngine3
- Doctor Who licensees
- Inspiration: TV series
- Middleware: Scaleform GFx SDK
- Middleware: Simplygon
- Middleware: Wwise
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- Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock (official website)
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