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You're going to want to download this Lara Croft game

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She's back. But not like you've seen her before.

Ever since she first bounced onto the scene in 1996, Lara Croft has been the de facto gaming heroine - and now she's finally got a good mobile game to her list of accolades.

Lara Croft GO is puzzle game that manages to successfully condense the exploration and adventure of Croft's original outings into a handheld format. Anyone who's played Square Enix superb Hitman GO will be immediately familiar with the layout: Croft has a set of paths she can take, with traps and foe moving around in a turn-based sequence. Avoid the bad guys, capture the loot and get out alive.

You're in serious danger of missing your bus stops with this one.

Lara Croft GO is out now on iOS (£3.99), Android (£3.99) and Windows (£3.89)

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