Prepare to be upgraded! Download our Cybermen Monster File
Doctor Who: Cybermen Monster File is the ultimate interactive history of one of the Doctor’s most famous foes. Created by the BBC and distributed internationally by BBC Worldwide, this ebook covers every version of the Cybermen - bringing them to life using clips, photos and in-depth information.
The interactive ebook also includes a brand new piece of Doctor Who fiction - Cybermen: Status Update - written by Joseph Lidster and narrated by Nicholas Briggs, who has been the voice of the Cybermen since their on-screen return in 2006.
Released globally on July 2, the Cybermen Monster File also features galleries and the real life story behind the metal monsters. There are interactive sections on the world of the Cybermen where everything from Handles to Cybermats and the CyberKing are investigated, as well as quizzes about the Time Lord’s old enemies.
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For fans all around the world, the ebook can be purchased from the following platforms:
Frequently Asked Questions
- iPad: iPad with iOS 5.1 or later and iBooks 3 or later. Mac supporting OS X (Mavericks). It can be done directly on your device or via the iTunes desktop application (version 11.1.3 or later is required).
- Android: Tablets supporting Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and up.
- Kindle Fire: Kindle Fire Android 4.0 and up.
Is the ebook free?
This ebook was available for free to licence fee payers in the UK for the first 30 days of publication (until 31 July 2014 11:59pm).
Why was the ebook free in the UK for 30 days?
This ebook has been co-funded with money from the UK licence fee. As such we made it free for 30 days to licence fee payers in the UK.
If I live in the UK but don’t download it within the first 30 days, can I still get the ebook?
Yes, as a paid product.
What is an interactive ebook?
An interactive multimedia digital book designed to be viewed in this instance on Android tablets, Apple iPads, and Kindle Fire tablets and it can also be viewed on Mac computers with OS X Mavericks.
How big is the ebook file?
Apple: 370MB. Android: 295MB. Kindle: 295MB. Due to the installation process you will need 590 MB free on Android and Kindle Fire tablets.
Who do I contact if I have further questions about BBC ebooks?
Please email email@example.com