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Doctor Who Secrets in Video Games - Easter Egg Hunting
 
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According to the August 1994 issue of magazine Mean Machines Sega, a Doctor Who game for the Mega Drive / Genesis was in development by SEGA around the time Steven Spielberg was involved in working on the show, but nothing else was known about this.
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A Doctor Who video game by Australian studio IR Gurus (later Transmission games) was in development but canceled due to complications. The game was to coincide with the first series of the revived show starring Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper. Development went for half a year and funded through substantial government subsidies. According to Paul Callaghan who worked at the studio, a possible plot he conceived was that airborne nanobots released by aliens were modifying the human race which included the Doctor's companion Rose Tyler, enabling her to have "...some cool alien powers!"

However, according to then BBC Worldwide head of communications Andy Widger, there were no intentions of releasing the game as it was just "an interactive demo for internal evaluation."
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