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Doctor Who: The Adventure Games released on Steam

Free games now priced £14.99.

The BBC's free Doctor Who: The Adventure Games series is now available to buy on Steam.

The five-episode series was previously released for UK residents to freely download via the BBC's own site - and they still are free if you want to grab them there.

On Steam, however, the full series costs £14.99 (currently with a 10 per cent discount to £13.49), and can be downloaded by anyone worldwide (thanks, VG247).

Developed by Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing studio Sumo Digital, the series earned passable reviews when it first released back in 2010. It was designed to run on almost any PC, meaning graphical support isn't great. But on the upside, however, it contains the voices of Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex Kingston in their TV roles.

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