Experience Lara Croft's Adventures In Tomb Raider II


Most of you probably remember the game called 'Snake'. This game was very popular on Nokia cellphones initially, and was since then released on many devices in all shapes and sizes, you can probably find a number of different variations on the Google Play Store as well. Games have been a part of mobile devices for a long time, but have changed quite a bit over the years. Ever since smartphones came to play, we've been seeing more advanced games available on app stores, and considering we have rather powerful machines in our hands these days, we can play all sorts of 3D games on them.

This introduction might seem a bit weird to you, but we're here to talk about an old Tomb Raider game which has been enormously popular back in the 90s, and whenever I think of that game, Snake also comes to mind for some reason. Anyhow, Square Enix has released Tomb Raider II quite recently, and it is now available on Android devices for $1.25. This isn't necessarily the most graphically intensive game on the Google Play Store, not even by a long shot, but it is a 3D which will keep you entertained for quite some time.


Most of you probably already know what Tomb Raider is, but we can classify this game as an action adventure game. Tomb Raider II will definitely challenge you, presuming you don't remember the content back from the 90s. You'll get to visit places like Tibet, China and Venice int he game, and shoot from all sorts of weapons, while you'll also unlock various achievements. There are all sorts of vehicles included in the game as well by the way, so there's definitely plenty of content in there. This game might appeal most to those of you who remember the original back from the day, but it's definitely suited for pretty much everyone. If you're looking for a somewhat challenging game which will offer you plenty of gameplay and you're willing to spend $1.25 to get it, well, click the Google Play icon down below and play on.


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