Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light now free to play via Core Online

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light now free to play via Core Online

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is now available for free in your browser from Square Enix’s Core Online platform. There is one catch though – you need to watch advertisements to get game time. You can also pay to have the ads removed and play the game uninterrupted, but that kind of defeats the purpose. Anyway Core Online also has other Square Enix games available, including Tomb Raider: Underworld, Mini Ninjas and Hitman: Blood Money. The service allows you to pick any mission from any game meaning you don’t have to start over every time you get interrupted, and it also supports achievements if that’s what you’re into.

“As Lara Croft, explore a treacherous world of Mayan ruins littered with deadly traps and crawling with demonic minions. It’s a frantic dash against time to stop the resurrected Xolotl, Keeper of Darkness, who will stop at nothing to lay waste to the world as we know it. Action, exploration, discovery, platforming and puzzle solving with fast-paced combat and devious challenges. Experience the critically acclaimed online game from Tomb Raider studio Crystal Dynamics, now in your browser,” the game’s description says. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light was originally released in August 2010 for Xbox Live, September 2010 for PSN and Steam, December 2010 for iOS and April 2012 for BlackBerry Playbook.


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