Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light comes to iOS

Developed by Ideaworks Game Studio for Crystal Dynamics, the game comes in two different flavors

Lara Croft's latest adventure, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, releases to iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad today.

Developed by Ideaworks Game Studio for Crystal Dynamics, the game comes in two different flavors: one designed for iPhone and iPod touch, and a special high definition version for the iPad that takes advantage of the device's large high-resolution display.

The app features Lara and partner Totec in a fast-paced action adventure loaded with enemies, traps, puzzles, cooperative play, and a top-down isometric perspective. The game is a port based on the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC title released during the summer.

The iPhone version is available on iTunes for US$6.99, while the iPad versions costs $9.99. For more information on the game, visit www.laracroftandtheguardianoflight.com.

Note: at the time of this writing, the app was not available on iTunes in North America, but is available in other regions.

Tags game softwaregamesIdeaworks Game StudioCrystal Dynamics

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