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Published on June 22nd, 2010 | by Christian Cawley

Blood of the Cybermen

Episode Two of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games has been formally named – Blood of the Cybermen!

Doctor Who - Blood of the CybermenAn abandoned Arctic research centre… an ancient relic… an off-screen terror – the classic ingredients of a Doctor Who episode. Only this time you are the Doctor.

Episode two of the Doctor Who: The Adventure Games has today been unveiled by the BBC – and the good news is fans won’t have to wait long to get their hands on it, as the game will be available to download from the Doctor Who website ( this Saturday (26th June 2010), immediately after the thrilling TV series finale!

Blood of the Cybermen is classic ‘Who,” says Phil Ford, Writer, Blood of the Cybermen, Doctor Who Waters of Mars and The Sarah Jane Adventures, “We’ve ambitious sets, a thrill-a-minute narrative, and we re-introduce a Doctor Who adversary not seen since the Tom Baker era.”

Blood of the Cybermen has been executively produced by Steven Moffat, stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, has been written by Phil Ford, and is developed by BBC Wales and Sumo Digital.


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A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

8 Responses to Blood of the Cybermen

  1. avatar Patrick Riley says:

    For a moment it looked as if that Cyberman was wearing a bath robe. That would have been pretty amazing.

  2. avatar TheDarkling says:

    Great! The games seem to be coming through faster than expected! I really liked the first one, but I do love adventure games (and write them!). Maybe this second adventure, which sounds very 60′s era inspired, will gain a few more fans. 500,000 downloads for City of the Daleks seemed low to me. But, the lack of international availibility may be something to do with that.

  3. avatar mabtycoon says:

    Did I read that properly?
    Is that an accurate quote?

    “…We re-introduce a Doctor Who adversary not seen since the Tom Baker era”

    REALLY really?
    The cyberman in that picture is one of the new designed ones, isnt it?

  4. avatar mabtycoon says:

    Maybe they mean something else, but what a quote… cybermat anyone?
    Lets hope…

  5. avatar Carn says:

    well there’s been pics of cybermats brandishing the same logo as these cybermen do on their chests. It’s confused me somewhat more. Are these the Cybus Cybermen or not? They certainly look the part but then why the chest logo change and cybermats? Anyways looking forward to playing it.

  6. avatar 23skidoo says:

    And still no word as to if (and, sorry, “sometime in July” doesn’t qualify as a “when” and that applies to the Daleks game only anyway) these games will be available over here in North America and at what cost. I don’t suppose anyone attending the so-called “press launch” (emphasis on the word “press”) thought to ask? I am noticing a definite lack of coverage in North American-based fan boards and the like – no reference on (home website of the Canadian broadcaster), no threads on TrekBBS. Not like last time. Once bitten …

  7. avatar Christian Cawley says:

    23skidoo – as far as i am aware, today’s event wasn’t a press launch as such, taking place as it did in a school

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