'Doctor Who' has been turned into a 360 degrees mobile game.
The BBC has created the new title which enables fans of the BBC One show to fly the TARDIS through the time vortex.
'Doctor Who Time Vortex 360' is playable via the bbc weblink bbc.in/dw360 all gamers have to do is use their smartphone or tablet by physically moving their mobile device through 360 degrees, to control the TARDIS through an increasingly turbulent time vortex.
As they speed through time, players will tackle hazards and obstacles emerging from the future ahead of them, but in a unique and literal twist will sometimes need to physically turn themselves to look backwards in time in order to evade threats emerging from the past.
Jo Pearce, creative director, BBC Digital Drama, said: "The beauty of this game is that you can use your mobile phone to fly the TARDIS wherever you are. Digital innovation is at the very heart of Doctor Who - this 360 degree game allows people to navigate the TARDIS through time and space like never before."
The game is an endless runner, which gets more and more difficult the longer people play, taking them on a visually intense journey through the iconic vortex from the show's opening credits. Using the device's accelerometer, the game is controlled by physically moving around, even giving the player the ability to turn around and travel backwards in time.
Jo continued: "We've seen a lot of innovation recently in the 360 and virtual reality space, but the majority has focused on 'experiential' video-based experiences. This game, however, brings together the worlds of casual, arcade-style gaming and 360/VR to create a fun 'Doctor Who' experience that people can easily pick up and play, wherever they are."
Designed as a mobile-first experience for the BBC by Goodboy Digital, the game combines cutting edge HTML5 and WebGL using PixiJS v5.0 to create a breath-taking journey that works on a wide range of hardware.
The game is available to play on BBC Taster, where fans can rate the game and provide feedback.