Tomb Raider II was the pinnacle of the Tomb Raider franchise. It is the perfect mix of puzzles, action, and varied game play. Many people spent their youth in love with the feisty gun-toting killer, and now she is back in style. The controls are a little tricky, but the conversion from PS1 to mobile is as good as you are going to get until somebody invents gaming control pads for mobile phones.
Classic game play and levels along with some new ones
You will experience all the fantastic levels that used to exist in Tomb Raider II, along with a few new ones. The game has been translated into a mobile-friendly version that allows you to jump, shoot and ride around like you did in the good old days. Unlike other instalments, there is less reliance on jumping on platforms because the game play is more balanced. You may still ride boats, quad bikes, and jump from high ledges into water. The graphics have had an upgrade without losing the classing Tomb Raider II feel. Remember the tigers, the T-Rex, and the scream she gives out if you jump into a black hole?it is all in there.
Conclusion - Tomb raider fans will simply love it
Even if you only play it for nostalgic reasons, it is well worth the money. It takes a while to adjust to the new controls, but it is clearly obvious that the producers have poured hours and hours into tweaking the controls to make them as intuitive and smooth as possible. Just like the original game, it has a great deal of replay value, and it is pick up and play game because you don't have to know or understand the story in order to enjoy it. Old and new fans of Lara Croft should definitely try the mobile version of Tomb Raider II.