Doctor Who Infinity is an exciting new game platform, featuring brand-new adventures for the Doctor and his companions. Each one is written by an established Doctor Who writer and focuses on previous eras of the Time Lord and companions.
Featuring unique puzzle gameplay changes from level to level with increasing complexity, where characters like the Doctor, Missy, Jo Grant appear on the board, as do opponents like Daleks, bombs, vehicles and time vortexes. You have never played anything like this before! The game design is an innovation on the award-winning puzzle mechanic used in Doctor Who: Legacy with the mechanics tightly intertwined helping to immerse you in the story.

FREE download of the game allows you to play the introductory section of all stories released on the platform.

Each story features a different Doctor from a different era of the show, including both modern and classic Doctors, companions, monsters and brand new characters. Brought to life by Michelle Gomez, Ingrid Oliver, Katy Manning, Bella Ramsey, Celyn Jones, Steffan Rhodri, Nick Briggs and other incredible actors, as part of an amazing audio experience overseen by the award-winning audio director of Monument Valley, Stafford Bawler.

Each story is written by major Doctor Who author: George Mann, Gary Russell, Scott Handcock, Jac Rayner and Mike Collins. Comic book artists Mike Collins, David Roach, Neil Edwards, Dylan Teague, Kris Carter, John-Paul Bove, Emma Vieceli, Patrick Goddard bring these stories richly to life. PLEASE NOTE that this game is aimed at the adult Doctor Who fan, comfortable with mature, dramatic themes.

What’s New

Version 1.2

The full launch of Doctor Who Infinity is live now and includes The Silent Streets of Barry Island and The Horror of Flat Holm.

Ratings and Reviews

YukiDaviji ,


Not fun at all. Some “puzzles” require so much trial and error due to tiny little turn limits and other stuff that it just becomes tedious. I want to have fun playing a game, I don’t want to have to constantly repeat levels or think really hard. This is NOT FUN. Sorry, but should have stuck with legacy.

dpezet ,

Good story, average game

I’m a long time Doctor Who Legacy player so I was very excited when DW Infinity came out. Unfortunately, the game is pretty average. The best part of the app is the story. In fact, if you approach this as a Doctor Who comic book app, you will not be disappointed. The stories are well thought out and contain all the twists and turns you would expect from a multi-part story arc on the show.

As for the game, it is a bit disappointing. The first issue I had is that you spend less than 25% of your game time playing the match-3 game. The rest of your time is spent reading or listening to the story. The second thing is that game itself is very different from DW Legacy. You don’t have a team or level up. It is just you versus the board. So there is a lot less engagement between the player and how they can beat the game. Finally, the game rules change each time you advance through the story. It starts with match-3, then it adds in protecting a tile, protecting multiple tiles, destroying one or more tiles, etc. The rules change so much that you never really get a chance to master anything. It’s strange because they obviously spent a lot of time crafting the game side of the app, but it still feels like it was an afterthought.

So, definitely get this game if you are looking for a Doctor Who comic. You will probably want to look elsewhere if you are looking for a fun game to pass the time.

PhilteredPhoenix ,

Bow ties are cool. Match 3 games are not cool...

An interesting free to try game (requires $4.99 price to access the rest of a story arc) that blends great original Doctor Who stories with a unsatisfying match 3 game. The price of an ark is worth it alone for the full rich story narrated by Doctor Who veterans and visual drawn by talented artists.

Unfortunately the gameplay of the match 3 puzzles, which are challenging and well designed, get in the way of story. The puzzles require some thought to solve and can be fun at times but ultimately after solving the same type of puzzles over and over there isn’t any incentive other than to proceed the story. Puzzles can be skipped if you fail enough times but I wish you can skip them at the start of the puzzle sections.

The games two elements ultimately clash with each other. I definitely would recommend to Who fans if they can put up with the match 3 game for the story. Other than that I don’t know if casual gamers would play for a story when hey can play other casual games. 3/5

In-App Purchases

The Horror of Flat Holm
Fourth Doctor story featuring Osgood
Silent Streets of Barry Island
Eleventh Doctor tale featuring Amy and Rory


Tiny Rebel Games Limited
1.7 GB

Requires iOS 12.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
In-App Purchases
  1. The Dalek Invasion of Time $1.99
  2. The Orphans of the Polyoptra $1.99
  3. The Lady of the Lake $1.99


  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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