Lara Croft Series

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The Lara Croft Series - as opposed to the Tomb Raider Series, is a collection of minor games either released for the main platforms of a generation or for mobile devices.

Main Platform Games

For now the Lara Croft Series on Main Platform consists of two games, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.

Unlike the original Tomb Raider Games, the Lara Croft titled games feature an isometric view. On the one hand this is due to the Multiplayer capabilities of these games, where two or more players have to fit on the same screen; on the other these games are intended to be more arcade like.

Lara Croft Games have been released for a variety of platforms such as PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, iOs and for Google's Chrome Browser (discontinued).

Published in 2010 it was originally intended as a tie-in game to bridge the long wait between Tomb Raider Underworld and Tomb Raider (2013). It has been a mayor success by itself. Lara and Totec, an Aztec warrior, have to fight Xolotl, the Keeper of Darkness.
Released in 2014 mid-way between Tomb Raider (2013) and Rise of the Tomb Raider, this is a follow-up to GoL. Lara and her companions have to struggle against evil god Set and his minions.

Mobile Games

The following Lara Croft themed games have been released for mobile platforms such as Smartphones and Tablet PCs.

Published in 2015 this Temple Run style game is the newest addition to the Lara Croft franchise.