Tomb Raider Reloaded Android

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Tomb Raider Reloaded is a roguelike version for Android of the action-adventure game where Lara Croft will have to go through very dangerous dungeons


Tomb Raider returns in roguelike format

May 30, 2023
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The legendary heroine Lara Croft returns to the fray in Tomb Raider Reloaded, a game that continues the Tomb Raider series, but is presented in a format different from the classic endless runner type.

Tomb Raider in dungeons

Similar to a roguelike, we will control Lara Croft in her progress through dungeons where she will have to face hundreds of enemies and solve puzzles of all kinds. She will be controlled with the help of an on-screen joystick, while aspects such as shooting with her legendary twin pistols will be automatic.

We will go through subway tombs, caves, jungles, waterfalls, and much more, all this while facing enemies that lurk, avoiding traps, discovering relics, or solving all kinds of puzzles. And as we overcome levels, we will be able to accumulate skills and obtain advantages such as better shots, grenade throws, or the possibility of inflicting more damage to our rivals.

And everything takes place under a new graphical perspective as far as Tomb Raider is concerned, seeing the action in 2D, and with the following features:

  • Images are represented in a cartoon-like manner.
  • Movements and actions like the classic Lara Croft.
  • Dozens of levels of increasing difficulty to overcome.
  • All kinds of collectibles and unlockables.
  • An orchestral soundtrack inspired by the films of the Tomb Raider saga.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
  • Offers in-app purchases.
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