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Published on October 8th, 2010 | by Meredith Burdett

Evacuation Earth Plot Revealed?

The new Doctor Who Nintendo DS game is nearly upon us, and with it comes fresh details of the plot. And when we say details of the plot, we mean the entire thing.

It seems that the adventure is either a sequel to the Nintendo Wii game Return to Earth or a smaller re-imagining of it to be fitted onto the Nintendo handheld.

If you don’t want to know the entire plot, look away now:

The Doctor and Amy arrive at the Lake District to watch the humans leave the planet. Suddenly the TARDIS gets lifted from them and bolted onto the evacuation ship. They have to make their way onto the ship before it leaves. As the ship launches it has technical problems and they realise the Silurians have built a ship underneath. The Doctor finds a solution to make the ship work.

Suddenly the Dalek ship smashes into the human one and splits the Silurian half off. It’s the Dalek ship that chased the Time Axis into the sun – they weren’t destroyed, they actually made a random jump several hundred years into the past. The Daleks are pleased that they can exact revenge on the Doctor but first they make him fix their ship.

The Doctor goes along with their plan but tricks them into bolting the TARDIS onto their ship, which he promptly jumps into and uses to fling them into the nearest black hole.

Sounds epic doesn’t it? Although why this website has chosen to reveal quite this much detail about the game is anyone’s guess!

Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth will be available to buy for the Nintendo DS from 12th November 2010 with an RRP of £34.99 – or you can order now from Amazon, priced at £25.91!

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




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