Fall Guys (video game)

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Fall Guys (formerly known as Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout) was a free-to-play platform battle royale game developed by Mediatonic and published by Epic Games.

The game involved up to 60 players who controlled jellybean-like creatures and competed against each other in a playground called the Blunderdome in a series of randomly selected mini-games, such as obstacle courses or tag. Players were eliminated as the rounds progressed until, eventually, the last remaining player would be crowned the winner.


Fall Guys has had two official crossovers with Doctor Who.

On 1 November 2022, the game collaborated with Doctor Who to release four new skins in the theme of the show. They were available until early morning 6 November (advertised as 5 November) 2022.[1]

On 15 August 2023, the game again collaborated with Doctor Who to release three new skins in the theme of the show. They were available until 20 August 2023.[2]

Doctor Who crossover items[[edit]]

Bean costumes[[edit]]




  • Two bundles were available - "Regeneration" and "Doctor Dalek".
    • Each cost 1200 ShowBucks (1000 ShowBucks costs £6.49).
  • Thirteenth Doctor was exclusive to "Doctor Dalek" bundle.
  • Titles and profile banners were exclusive to their bundles.
  • The "Regeneration Bundle" banner was the Fourth Doctor's scarf and the title was "The Bohemian".
  • The "Doctor Dalek" bundle banners were the TARDIS and Dalekanium plating.
  • Costume pieces were split in halves enabling players to mix-match them or purchase one half of a costume.
  • Fall Guys was covered in the "When Worlds Collide" article in DWMSE 62.


  • Two new bundles were available - "Timey Wimey Special" and "TARDIS".
    • "Timey Wimey" cost 1200 ShowBucks and "TARDIS" cost 1000 ShowBucks.
  • "Regeneration" and "Doctor Dalek" bundles were made available again. Same banners and same prices as before.
    • Each of the characters were made available seperately at 800 ShowBucks. The Sonic Screwdriver Emote cost 400 ShowBucks.
  • Each of the new bundle characters were available seperately at 800 ShowBucks.
  • The "Timey Wimey Special Bundle" banners were the "Tenth Doctor's coat and a Cyberbody.
  • The "TARDIS Bundle" banner was the the TARDIS in Space and was accompanied by a short animation of a Bean in a TARDIS.
  • A special "Into the TARDIS!" celebration drop was available for collecting.

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