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Tomb Raider reboot launches for Android on NVIDIA Shield TV

NVIDIA has released an Android version of the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider that can be played on the company's Shield TV set-top box.
John CallahamMarch 7, 2017397 shares
 

Lara Croft: Guardian of Light comes to all Android devices four years after initial release

Four years after its initial release for Xperia devices, Lara Croft: Guardian of Light has finally made its way to all Android devices.
Jay DecenellaOctober 18, 2016232 shares
 

Tomb Raider Comes to GeForce NOW

Here’s four great reasons to play, or re-play, this stunning re-imaging of the Tomb Raider franchise…
PromotedFebruary 18, 2016315 shares
 

(Update 2: price revealed) Square Enix announces Lara Croft Go for mobile devices at E3 2015

During E3 2015, popular video game developer Square Enix announced a new game for smartphones and tablets called Lara Croft Go.
Jimmy WestenbergAugust 19, 2015538 shares
 

13 best new Android apps and games from April 2015

April is coming to a close and you know what that means! It's time to wrap up the best new Android apps and games releases in April of 2015.
Joe HindyApril 29, 2015785 shares
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

This week we talk about Microsoft, lots of Google updates, Hearthstone on phones, Google Handwriting, and a lot more Android apps and games news!
Joe HindyApril 18, 2015918 shares
 

Square Enix’s new Lara Croft: Relic Run game is coming soon to Android

Square Enix has teamed up with Crystal Dynamics to bring a new endless runner to Android, iOS and Windows Phone in the coming months.
Jimmy WestenbergApril 13, 2015587 shares
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