Top critical review
You'll be asking "Doctor Who?" quite a lot with this game.
on 28 December 2016
Ok game. Very short gameplay, so I adjusted the rules slightly so that each player no longer Rolls, Answers and Rolls; but rather they answer and then roll if they get the answer correct. This way you get through more questions and clips and make the game last as long as 30 mins or more by skipping the extra roll. This rule adjustment does cause some minor issues with the Tardis cards, but easily fixed with a bit ingenuity.
My main complaint with this game is the clips. Most of the observational film clips are stupidly easy, like its geared towards a 4 year old. They will pan over a still image of one of the characters in a particular scene and then ask the question "How many people are in this clip" or showing a clip of a Dalek being destroyed and then ask "how many Daleks were destroyed in this clip". They are so obvious that you kind of groan like you do at a bad Christmas cracker joke. So most of the Observational were so easy, you might as well not play them and just give the player the point for rolling the die on the film clip icon.
Then you can choose Casual or expert if you find the Observational are too easy (which you will). The trouble is, the casual and expert are no different from each other. They appear all more like expert such as knowing who wrote what or who composed which music. I would have thought the casual would have a bit more about the characters or stories than to be asking expert questions about behind the scenes stuff.
So you can either have stupidly easy, that it's boring, or stupidly hard that it's not fun. This game may appeal to the expert fan out there, but for casual watchers who just like to watch the show, you'll find the above issues a game killer.