Reported at the E3 conference earlier this year, Square Enix’s new Lara Croft GO mobile video game is available today for the very first time across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms.

Readily available to download for $ 4.99, the video game takes the principle of the Tomb Raider franchise and distills it down to a turn-based puzzler that looks more like the popular Monolith Valley than any Burial place Raider game you will have played before – – and that’s not a bad thing at all.


If the game’s title rings a bell, it’s since Square Enix previously released Hit man GO, a game that did for the Hit man franchise exactly what this title does for Burial place Raider. At this point, it is well worth noting that the Gunman GO game is presently available to download from the App Store at the reduced rate of simply $ 0.99, most likely as part of the Lara Croft GO release promotion.

The video game will certainly see gamers go across levels, which consist of 75 puzzles divided across 5 different chapters, so there need to suffice longevity to make your $ 5 purchase appear like a deal. Fans of the Lara Croft character and the associated Tomb Raider video games will desire to provide this a try, if just since it looks absolutely beautiful!


From the App Store description of the video game:

– Experience lush visuals and a fascinating soundtrack
– Navigate utilizing easy swipe-to-move controls
– Fight menacing enemies, conquer unsafe challenges and get away fatal traps
– Solve more than 75 puzzles split into 5 chapters
– Gather ancient relics and unlock brand-new outfits for Lara

If you’re going to select Lara Croft RISE, then now would be a great time to buy Hit man GO for an affordable cost of $ 0.99, too, before the cost goes back up.

Lara Croft RISE for iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android and Windows Phone can be downloaded from the links provided below.

(Download: Lara Croft GO for iOS on the App Store)

(Download: Lara Croft GO for Android on the Google Play Store)

(Download: Lara Croft GO for Windows Phone on the Windows Store)

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