Square Enix is bringing the next game in the Tomb Raider series to Windows Phone users. The publisher revealed today that the mobile puzzle game, Lara Croft GO, will be released on Android, iOS and Windows Phone on August 27 for the price of $4.99.
Instead of an action-adventure game like most titles in the Tomb Raider franchise, Lara Croft GO will be more of a puzzle game, but the main character will still be raiding some tombs:
Lara Croft GO expands the turn-based puzzle gameplay and takes you on an adventure set in a long-forgotten world. Explore the ruins of an ancient civilization, discover hidden secrets and face deadly challenges as you uncover the myth of the Queen of Venom.
Source: Square Enix
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