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Doctor Who Flash content - Games, Webcasts, Screensavers
I've kinda become a bit obsessed with the Flash content of Doctor Who. First thing that comes to mind for most people would probably be the games that used to be on the Doctor Who website but aren't there anymore. Luckily, you can still play some of these games thanks to the page on TARDIS wiki which has links to the SWF files which the games are on. You just click the link, and the swf file downloads immediately which you can open in Internet Explorer (yes THAT internet explorer. Still good for something) and start playing the game. https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Doctor_Who_website_games
It's a shame that you can't play K-9 Deja-Who or The Last Dalek because they seemed to be complex with multiple levels and unfortunately, it seems only the main menu SWF has been saved, at least based on the site. You can go on the archived by BBC Classic series website to still see some of the games, but as I said you need to open it in IE to even see the interactive menu, or just click the links at the bottom. Still need IE or at least a Flash enabled browser. Chrome is paranoid with Flash at best. http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/games/
Checking the website, I was only able to play 4 games at the time of this post: Escape the Ood, Eye of the TARDIS, Sonic DeCloaker and SuDocWho. I also managed to download the SWF files of those games so I could play them myself locally without the need for internet, although these games are already provided by the wiki page.
The other thing that comes to mind for me is the Webcasts. Back in the early noughties before the 2005 revival, BBC issued the production of some animated webcasts. They produced 4, 3 of which is shown on the Classic Website, and 2 of which are still view able in their Flash format. Real Time seems to have been a .ram format file which is essentially a link to a stream that the BBC would have hosted back then so that RealPlayer would be able to play the stream online. But that stream is no longer accessible. Shada and Scream of the Shalka however are available in Flash. So you can just open up the website in IE and watch Doctor Who like it's pre-2005 (except with the faster internet speeds). The Flash Shada files was actually included with the DVD release of Shada in the Legacy Collection Box set which I was able to extract. But like I said with the games, you could also download the SWF files for the episodes and their parts from online. There's this weird extra called Kylie vs Romana which is... I guess a parody of Can't get you out of my head, but with just funny Shada related animations, and a play on the word La La La, with Lalla Ward's name. I tried uploading a video on Youtube but it got content blocked. I did post it on Twitter replying to Doctor Poop, but IDK how many people have seen it.
I tried to download Scream of The Shalka and while you can watch it fine, it doesn't work when I download it. The file downloads and it seems to have content, but it doesn't play. When I open it in VLC, it does play the audio which is something, but no episodes or parts of Scream of the Shalka seems to download properly. So right now, the only way to see it is from the online source. Hopefully the hosted swf files are hosted together with the archived website so we don't have to worry about the BBC taking them down unless they take down the website too, but I'm being paranoid. Even doing web.archive.org of the websites doesn't retain the flash content which is a bit annoying.
If you're interested in trying to download the SWF files for the games or webcasts, then here is what you need to do: By the way, I'd recommend doing this in IE because that actually works with Flash so the content should appear.
Go to the webpage with the game/webcast. Then go to the developer tool of the web browser. Typically accessible by pressing F12 or Right Click the page (not the flash content) and click View Source Go to the Elements tab Search the document for "swf". You should see 2 instances of something like "/staticarchive/sometext.swf" Copy that and paste it into the URL bar in Chrome or whatever browser you use. Then add "bbc.co.uk" to the URL so it looks something like "bbc.co.uk/staticarchive.sometext.swf". Click enter and the file should download immediately. You can open it up in IE and check it worked.
One other way to view SWF files is to use one of Adobe's own tools. It's called the Flash Player projector content debugger and it let's you open swf files. You can open the ones you downloaded, or even put the above mentioned URL in and it will still open it. https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayeupdaters/32/flashplayer_32_sa_debug.exe
The main reason I became obsessed with this whole Flash Doctor Who business is because of my screensaver. I have the Mr Smith Crystal Xylok screensavers from Sarah Jane Adventures and got curious to see how the files are saved. I found the folder for the screensaver and found the swf file which is the screensaver itself, managed to convert it to an MP4 and uploaded a better quality video of the animation for anyone to use for their own Mr Smith Cosplaying. One other thing I wanted to do with the Mr Smith videos was have that background computer noise he makes in it, but IDK where to find a raw sound file of that. It's just a 2 second loop of a BEEP BOOP BOP or something like that.
I wonder if there's anyone else obsessed with the webcasts and Mr Smith screensavers as I am?
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