IS THIS GAME?
is a 1-5
game set in
the Doctor Who
This game was
by Sean Patten
as a gift to
Now you can
print your own
copy and take
it for a
needed to play
on this page.
PRINTABLE PDF RULES
COMPONENT IMAGES: HOW TO PRINT THEM
from the PDFs above, all of the components
linked here are JPG images. To print
them at the correct size, right click and SAVE
the images. Then, find the image on your
computer and right click on them, then select
PRINT. Print the JPG at FULL SIZE on standard
paper (8.5 x 11, or A4 are best). You
may need to UNCHECK the option called "fit
image to frame" to keep it from cropping off
any part of the image!
PAGES: HOW TO MOUNT AND CUT THEM
Once you have all your components
printed, you'll want to mount them onto
card stock (or for the room tiles, mount
them onto Chip Board). Use Spray
Adhesive on the card stock, and lay your
printout onto the card stock. Press
smooth for a good bond. Once dry,
cut your components out with a paper
cutter or rotary cutter. You can
even use different colored card stock for
your different types of cards! You
can then use a Corner Punch to round the
corners on your cards for a professional
look and easier handling.
and print this image once. The following types
of cards are standard size: Doctors,
Companions, Minions, Enemies, Event cards (printed
horizontally). The Item and Gadget cards are
mini-card size (half the size of a normal
card). The Capture cards, Event Tokens
and the Lock and Breakthrough Tokens are all square
cards of varying size.
MORE DOCTORS AND COMPANIONS
You might want to print 2 copies of the Minion
cards, since they can be used as both allies and
EVENT CARDS 2, AND LOCK
AND ENTRY TOKENS (print TWO copies of these).
a different color Card stock from the items for
these so you can tell them apart.
BOARD TILES AND STARTING SPACES
Each image is
4 tiles, each
should have a
total of 20
one Prison, 4
or so Narrow
Rooms, 4 or so
and the rest
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You'll need special dice to play.
These special dice are 6-sided (cube) dice with three
BLANK sides, two sides with a "1"
on them, and one side with a "2"on
it. You can make your own with a marker and some
blank cubes, or you can use dice from other games that
are numbered this way (such as the white dice from
GRIND). Once again, the 6 faces of the die should
be numbered 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 2.
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