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Lara Croft gets a 2D makeover in this awesome fan-made remake of the first Tomb Raider

A Tomb Raider fan is remaking the original game in 2D, and it’s everything you want it to be.

When the original Tomb Raider was released back in 1996, it was revolutionary in many ways. It featured a strong female lead, which was virtually unheard of in those days, and while it wasn’t the first fully 3D game, it was the first to combine exploration and puzzle-solving with full-on action in a variety of realistic 3D environments. . Still, have you ever wondered what Tomb Raider would look like if developer Core Design had opted for a 2D approach? Well, wonder no more.


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