Tiny Rebel Games have announced that Doctor Who Infinity will be released on PC, iOS and Android in Spring 2018.
Doctor Who Infinity expands upon the studio’s previous title, Doctor Who: Legacy, and promises to immerse players in an ongoing series of comic book puzzle adventures. To bring each of the game’s individual stories to life Tiny Rebel is recruiting a team of noted Doctor Who writers and comic book artists.
A time-wimey-lapse video teasing the game shows artist Mike Collins inking the cover art for the first story, The Dalek Invasion of Time, which will be written by prolific Doctor Who author, George Mann.
Development of Doctor Who Infinity is being supported by Welsh Government’s Media Investment Budget, Seed Studio, and game developer and publisher Double Eleven, who have previously worked on ports of Limbo, Frozen Synapse and Goat Simulator. Award-winning composer Stafford Bawler will also be providing audio direction for the game.
Susan Cummings for Tiny Rebel Games, said:
“As executive producer on Doctor Who Infinity, it has been an incredible delight to be able to pull together such extraordinarily talented people to realize our ambitions for this new game. I am continually humbled by the quality of work they are doing, and I think Doctor Who fans everywhere are going to be amazed with how we have taken everything we have learned from making the award-winning gameplay of Doctor Who: Legacy and brought it to the next level in every way imaginable.”
Lee Hutchinson, managing director of Double Eleven Limited
“As an indie publisher, we’re always looking for up and coming UK talent that we can support, and this was a perfect opportunity for us to partner with Tiny Rebel Games in making an exciting new Doctor Who game. It also allows us to expand our expertise in mobile gaming whilst contributing our knowledge of the PC marketplace.”
Doctor Who Infinity will released worldwide on PC, iTunes, and Google Play in late Spring 2018.
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