Mobile games who happen to also be a fan of the telephone booth time-travelling Doctor Who has something to look forward to on Wednesday as that is when BBC Worldwide will be releasing Doctor Who: Legacy, a Puzzle-RPG style of game that will be available for free.
Finally a little justice has arrived legit Android game developers that should make some of the tools who keep making fake scam apps of popular Android games second guess whether it is a good idea to go through with their plans. This is thanks to one Android scam app developer getting fined £50,000 according to a report by the BBC.
Originally released as a Flash browser-based game back in 2010, Ka-Bloom has gone on to become pretty popular. Now the BBC is looking to publish this game, developed by Strongman Games, onto Android in the near future.
Now I’d love to give the readers a full review. However, I seem to share the same fate that some of you that will download this game will be forced to live through — those dang force closes! The game is almost fun enough that the frustration of the force closes are worth it because I tended to be able to get a bit further each time before the game froze up.
A rather popular TV series called Merlin on the BBC network will be getting it’s own spin-off mobile game which will be coming to Android soon. Currently being developed by DNA Interactive, Merlin the Game will have you controlling the legendary wizard Merlin when he is much younger, just like he is in the TV show.
BBC Worldwide has gotten into the Android gaming scene today with the release of Doctor Who: The Mazes of Time. The telephone traveler has landed on your Android device in the form of a 3D top-down platformer for you to enjoy all the Doctor Who goodness that you can handle.