Digital entertainment studio Maze Theory, in partnership with BBC Studios, have announced that Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins, a narrative-driven cryptic ‘found-phone’ adventure game, is now available on iOS, Android and Steam.
Developed by the award-winning studio Kaigan Games (SIM, SIMULACRA, SIMULACRA 2), and part of the Official Selection for London Games Festival 2021, Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins builds upon the events of iconic Doctor Who episode ‘Blink’, which first aired in 2007 during series three.
Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins transports players into a dark mystery amidst a series of sinister events occurring at Wester Drumlins…
A chance encounter with a discarded phone on the streets of London will ignite a thrilling adventure as the Player receives an urgent call from ex-UNIT scientist Petronella Osgood (played by Ingrid Oliver). With whispers of a returning and terrifying menace, will you be able to aid her and uncover the truth?
Shot on location in London and Cardiff, Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins blends live-action footage with open-ended puzzle gameplay, letting players explore a virtual phone to uncover clues and solve a dark mystery. Answer calls, read messages and view videos to build a compelling case of the true events transpiring at Wester Drumlins.
The game is out now on iOS and Android devices (£3.99), and Steam (£5.99), and will be coming to Nintendo Switch at a later date, more news on which will be announced on the Maze Theory Twitter page.
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