Following the success of last year’s Hitman GO, Square Enix has given the Tomb Raider franchise the same treatment. Lara Croft GO is set within the Tomb Raider world, but it doesn’t exactly play like a Tomb Raider title: it’s turn-based and focuses on puzzles rather than action.
But somehow, it works. There are 75 inventive puzzles across five chapters, the cel-shaded aesthetics are wonderful and the game is a decent length. It does feature in-app purchases, but they’re cheap and not essential. It’s well worth a look for five bucks and if you don’t like it, you can get a refund.