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.

Crossovers[[edit]]

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]]

Items[[edit]]

Notes[[edit]]

2022[[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.

2023[[edit]]

  • 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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