Sam Caplat · Jun 10, 2011 at 12:00 am

Flying TARDIS (Time Vortex) Boot Animation

As soon as I am able to hear myself think amongst hundreds upon thousands of Doctor Who fans screaming with joy at the title of this post, I’ll continue to provide you with a cool piece of news. Ah, good, I can hear myself again, what was I saying? Oh yes, another fantastic boot animation for you all to feast on.

If you’re still reading, I’ll assume you know what Doctor Who is. That being said, this boot animation features the TARDIS shooting through the Time Vortex, in its usual struggling character, fighting to survive lightning, energy of a billion suns, and a terribly hap-hazard pilot.

Originally posted by XDA member williamfold, all I can do is say thank you.

If you’d like to get this boot animation for yourself, head on over to the original thread!

 


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