Lara Croft GO

Lara Croft GO


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-08-27
  • Current Version: 2.1.11
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 1.13 GB
  • Developer: SQUARE ENIX INC
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 5
From 7,454 Ratings


Apple's iPhone Game of the Year 2015 Best Mobile/Handheld Game - The Game Awards 2015 Lara Croft GO is a turn based puzzle-adventure set in a long-forgotten world. Explore the ruins of an ancient civilization, discover well-kept secrets and face deadly challenges as you uncover the myth of the Queen of Venom. • Experience lush visuals and a captivating soundtrack • Navigate using simple swipe-to-move controls • Fight menacing enemies, overcome dangerous obstacles and escape deadly traps • Solve more than 115 puzzles split into 7 chapters • Collect ancient relics and unlock new outfits for Lara Following the award-winning Hitman GO, Square Enix Montréal brings yet another beloved franchise to mobile with this unique take on the iconic heroine’s adventures. A legit masterpiece - The App Store A classic Tomb Raider experience - IGN A journey well worth taking - Entertainment Weekly ​A really great puzzle game- The Verge Please note: Lara Croft GO is not compatible with the iPhone 4.



  • Challenging Game

    By fiddlewaltzer
    Tough challenges, nice music and animations, fun to play. I only wish one could save the level you left off at. There is no explanation as to how.
  • Tap...move a space

    By irishsmoke
    Tap...move a space. Tap...move a space. Tap...move a space. Tap...move a space. Freakin ridiculous. What a waste of $5

    By lovedillon
    This game is stunning to say the least. The puzzles, the design, & the gameplay. I love this game, I wish they’d add more levels or make a second one & turn it into a spin-off series from the main Tomb Raider games. This is truly a great game for iPhone & a shining brick in the legacy of the icon Lara Croft.
  • BEST IOS Game!

    By Oreo492
    I can’t stand most IOS games! In app purchases ruin everything for me. I’ve actually wonder why Nintendo hasn’t woken up to reality and allowed us download old games, but all that aside this one is AMAZING! I will full heartedly say this is best mobile game I’ve ever played. The game is simple, yet challenging. The visuals, the controls and how the games flows is far better than any other mobile game I’ve played. The only downside... I couldn’t stop playing this game and unlocked everything in a few days.
  • Outstanding

    By Patriotsfan45
    I played this a year ago and I came back and there were 37 more levels! Some are terribly hard and youtube is needed to find the solution. Mostly though, it just takes some patience and thought - sometimes in three dimensions! It does feel a bit like three dimensional chess. Wow! Great puzzle game.
  • Best game on a mobile device!

    By piyungo
    This game kept me entertain for a very long time, too bad that it was very short.
  • Mr.Hoofhandsome

    By twin o piffpakz
    It’s really dope great job!!!
  • Fun puzzle game

    By Dcd111
    This puzzle game was lots of fun, although it was a little too easy at times and a little too short, even with the extra chapters that were added at some point. I enjoyed the puzzle mechanics and the art style.
  • Amazing!!

    By Lls12
    This game is so amazing and fun to play, as well as challenging but nothing too difficult. The graphics are beautiful and I love how they portrayed classic Lara. Please, please, please continue to upgrade with more levels!!!!!!!
  • This is the way you make a puzzle game

    By Dyler_Turden
    Coming from the original game, playing the “GO” version will obviously not get you what you expected. There’s a bunch of reviews expressing dissatisfaction because of this. These are puzzle games; they take a certain combination of thought processes spanning both right and left brain. Addictive isn’t quite the word; for something to be addictive it requires that you must have more and more of it for the same effect, and produces an undesirable effect in ones life. MtG cardboard crack is addictive. This game is more of a tool for your brain like a composer is to an orchestra. Using one mode of thought to search for hidden objects, another to put the logic together building your path and yet another to find a creative solution, your brain is effectively exercised along the way and reward centers of your brain light up - a dopamine hit I haven’t gotten in years. But there aren’t the drawbacks here as with the original Tomb Raider; where poor timing on a tedious task, failed for the thousandth time sent a PS one controller flying across the room in frustration.