#LaraCroftGO was announced by #SquareEnix earlier this month, with the official arrival slated for next Thursday. The developers have now announced that the game will set you back by $4.99, with no change in the release date.
For those unfamiliar with the concept, Lara Croft Go is very similar to the widely popular #Hitman GO, which also comes from the same developer team. At $5, Lara Croft GO seems to be a bit on the expensive side. But the developers promise you that the game will keep you hooked for long. These games are known to be quite addictive, so you can be assured that your money is well spent.
Unlike conventional Lara Croft games, this one is more puzzle oriented, which gives it an interesting spin. Make sure you set a reminder for August 27 to get the game before most of your peers do. The game will also be available on the iTunes App Store and the Windows Phone Store on the same day. Make sure you watch the promo video below which will give you an excellent idea of what to expect from Square Enix’s latest game.
Source: Square Enix
Via: Android Central
Square Enix is known for games like Hitman GO, Lara Croft: Relic Run etc. The developers have now announced the release of the new Lara Croft GO game on Android, scheduled for an August 27 debut. The game as the name suggests is based on the lead of the popular Tomb Raider series and will follow a gameplay similar to Hitman GO.
Here’s what the press release had to say – “Square Enix Montréal today announced that Lara Croft GO™, the follow-up to the hugely successful Hitman GO® mobile game, will release on mobile platforms Aug. 27. The turn-based puzzle game offers a never-before-seen take on the iconic franchise, featuring challenging levels, gorgeous visuals and a mesmerizing soundtrack.”
Hitman GO is known to be a very interesting game and it seems like the developers are looking to replicate the same success with the Lara Croft GO. The developers have also announced a new art contest where fans can submit their Lara Croft GO inspired artwork and stand to get their work featured at a party on PAX Prime in Seattle on August 28. 10 winners will be selected by experts as part of this contest. Entries can be mailed to [email protected]
Source: Square Enix