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Lara Croft Go lands on Android and iOS today

Square Enix Montreal’s latest mobile endeavour Lara Croft Go is out today for Android and iOS.

If you liked Hitman Go, then you absolutely need to play Lara Croft Go.

From the small studio that is Square Enix Montreal, Lara Croft Go is its latest attempt to turn a big name franchise into a well-thought-out but also unique mobile game.

It was extremely successful with the boardgame-inspired Hitman Go, and we have a pretty good feeling that it’s going to have similar success with Lara Croft Go.

Well, we did give it the coveted 10/10 Editor’s Choice award in our review, so we’re bound to be a bit biased. 

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Lara Croft Go takes some of the gameplay elements that are synonymous with the Tomb Raider series and repackages them into a slick puzzle game built specifically for touchscreen play.

It’s your job to discover the myth of the Queen of Venom, and find a few rare artefacts along the way of course. You are the explorer and adventurer Lara Croft after all.

Lara Croft Go is out now for Android and iOS, priced at £3.99. And trust us, it’s worth every penny.

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