Posted on 31-Aug-2003 12:14.
Filed under: News
"For the last week, the newspaper headlines have all been about the daring theft of the Leydon Papyrus, an early Egyptian work on chemical processes. Lara now receives an anonymous commission to retrieve a mysterious relic, the Osiris Codex, from a recently uncovered tomb. Surely there is a connection? The stolen manuscript is the earliest record of ancient Egyptian metallurgy, and Osiris (The Egyptian god of resurrection and eternal life) has always been inexorably linked with alchemy..."
This is the premisse for the first Lara Croft mobile adventure. This new mobile game will be available from 1st September to users of Java capable phones like Sharp GX10, Nokia 3650 and 7650, and Motorola T720.
Run, jump, climb, shoot and think your way through a variety of levels, watching out for the traps, obstacles and enemies that will inevitably hinder your progress as you travel deeper underground in your search for the fabled treasures of Egypt.
The official website says that AT&T Wireless users will have access to this game, but other operators will join soon. The game was developed by IOMO, a mobile game development company.